Nature's ability to recycle

Directly inspired by nature’s own virtuous, recycling process with seeds transforming into mature, flourishing foliage that eventually will crumble into delicate textures only to become seeds again for a new beginning. 

Irregular textures, layers and structures from outdoors are translated into multi-level carpet designs reflecting key elements of this seasonal cycle: Seed, Leaf and Fibre. Click on the three designs below to explore further.

 

The three designs are available in an extensive range of soft and faded colours, carefully researched and coordinated in terms of the role they play in facilitating good physical and mental health. Greys and browns from the earth provide a soothing, safe and solid ambience, while greens and blues bring us new energy, creativity and optimism. 

Available in tiles, planks and wall-to-wall. 

A variety of options

Transition Mix

Transition Mix
Transition Mix
A creative design tool

Mix tiles for a soft colour flow

With Transition Mix in 48x48 cm tiles you have an extraordinary design tool to create beautiful soft fluid flows between two or more colours.
How to work with Transition Mix

Waste is not waste until it's wasted

Waste is not waste until it's wasted
Recycled

Made from eco-responsible material

Underpinning its close link to nature, The Transition collection is made from recycled and regenerated materials.

We turn used plastic bottles into our Ecotrust felt backing. Bottles are transformed into a soft, yet strong PET felt material that is long lasting and has great acoustic performance.

All our carpet tiles and planks come with this unique, patented backing. Abandoned fishing nets and other industrial waste are used for the regenerated and regenerable yarns.
Follow The Green Thread and learn more about our sustainable ambitions
Nature continues to amaze us
MANGANÈSE ÉDITIONS
Nature continues to amaze us
Established in 2004, Manganèse Éditions is little sister of the internationally acclaimed design and branding agency Saguez & Partners.

Crafted from regenerated and regenerable yarn

Trends & News, yes please