Interface believes that Mother Nature does know best and the sales of its Entropy carpet tiles are proving that theory to be correct. Entropy was inspired by nature. The Interface design team literally went into the woods for a day to study the natural flooring patterns created by nature and the result was a carpet with chaos and disorder built-in. Using random patterns, non-directional installation and mergeable dye lots, Entropy provides reduced installation waste and extends the lifecycle of an installation. By combining a single, mergeable dye lot with a random pattern, the carpet tiles can be moved anywhere, face in any direction and easily replaced if they wear out or become stained in a way that hides the new tiles among the older ones. Some are made using Invista's Antron Lumena yard which contains some recycled content. Other styles are made with a hybrid of nylon 6,6 and bio-based fiber, which is derived from corn.
Business Website: http://www.interfaceinc.com
Year Founded: 1973
Number of Employees: 10,000+