The designer collection Industrial Landscape by Tom Dixon was originally launched in 2016. Today, three years and several international interior projects later, ege carpets and the renowned British designer behind the collection unveil a sharp update of the all-pervading London structures and materials.
Technology revives old materials
Industrial Landscape results from the newest trends within architecture and interior design. While technology on one hand side brings us completely new and environmentally friendly materials it also facilitates a visual re-emergence of scarce resources and non-sustainable materials such as coal.
Tom Dixon explains:
“As the raw materials become scarce or morally unjustifiable to use, we can replace them with man-made imitations. Digital technologies push the limits for, what is real and what is not while making it possible to use materials or elements from the past in a sustainable and responsible manner.”
The environmentally friendly product choice
Industrial Landscape comes as carpet tiles and broadloom. Mix and match the seven designs to create completely new expressions or combine with other collections from ege carpets for
a unique flooring design. The collection is, amongst others, available in ege carpets’ Highline 1100, Loop and Carré qualities that are made from regenerated and regenerable ECONYL® yarns. Produced from abandoned fishing nets and other industrial nylon waste these yarns can be reborn over and over again in a closed cycle. The tiles are fitted with ege carpets’ patented Ecotrust backing based on used water bottles that are turned into a strong and sound reducing felt material. The products are Cradle to Cradle CertifiedTM and thus a completely green carpet choice.
Industrial Landscape by Tom Dixon: new interpretations of old London surfaces