FX Awards 2015: The winners

Surfaces

Winner: Transitions

By Desso

Surfaces

Category sponsored by Surface Design Show

The Transitions carpet tile contains recycled calcium carbonate - chalk - a residual by-product of the water industry. Embracing movement and creative expression, the collection consists of four interpretations of transient times through changes in colour, structure and nature respectively - Fuse, Fields, Pebble and Wave.

With organic patterns, shimmering yarns and textured loop piles - Transitions adds warmth and definition to any office space.

FUSE animates the floor with contrasting yet complementary colour schemes to help zone and divide large interior spaces.

The combination of FUSE and the uni-coloured FIELDS carpet tile allows creative expression with statement floors.

PEBBLE reflects the changeable times through nature by recreating the organic patterns of smooth stones.

The highly textured WAVE carpet tile reflects the subtle ripples of water on a beach.

The judges said:
'Desso continues to innovate in its quest for beauty, innovation and quality - it has added calcium carbonate recycled from the water industry to stabilise the tiles and the new collection is effortless and timeless.'

Finalists & judges' comments

Marmoleum Modular by Forbo Flooring Systems
'Inventive and creative ways of using this well tested material'

Equal measure by Interface
'Biophilic design brings a new energy to the workplace'

Nora nTx by Nora systems
'Highly useful in healthcare'

WEB FLEX Collection by OBJECT CARPET
'Elegant and understated'

oo Lattice by SCOB Architecture and Landscape
'Tactile solar screen that defines the building aesthetic'

The Park Resilient by Shaw Contract Group
'New resilient hard surface with good environmental credentials'

Altered by Shaw Contract Group
'Innovative patterns'

Noble Materials by Shaw Contract Group
'Unique metal details and natural tones'

New additions to Earth collection of handmade glass splashback designs by Steve Robinson Glass
'Carefully crafted layers of glass'

SYLKA by SYLKA
'Visibly high in quality'

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