Ege introduces barcodes on carpets

Inspired by the strict lines of the digital world, the Danish carpet manufacturer egetæpper recently launched its two new tile collections on the contract market.  The two new collections, Barcode and Pixel, offering wearability, comfort and acoustics needed for open-plan offices or shop interiors.

Inspired by the strict lines of the digital world, the Danish carpet manufacturer egetæpper recently launched its two new tile collections on the contract market.  The two new collections, Barcode and Pixel, offering wearability, comfort and acoustics needed for open-plan offices or shop interiors.

"Barcode and Pixel give architects, designers and specialists the opportunity to choose carpet solutions offering great flexibility, good indoor climate and elegant design", explains Steen Bjørn, product development manager at Ege.

"The two collections are each offered in twelve modern colour combinations. Barcode is designed with a dark base combined with modern, prominent stripes reminiscent of the strict lines known from barcodes. In the Pixel collection, the striped look has been replaced with expressive dots," he added.

Together, the colours and patterns of the two collections produce a minimalist look in tile format, that can also be moved around if need be.

"With Barcode or Pixel carpet tiles, we have made it easy to adapt each room to the constant changes of a building. The tiles can be moved or removed when required," said Bjørn.

"In addition, a healthy indoor climate is an important precondition of being able to ensure comfort in a room, so all tiles in our new collection are produced with ege's patented and environmentally friendly MOD750 backing, made of 100% textile. As a result, the carpet tile backing does not contain PVC or bitumen", he added.

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