Geometric patterns: Code Series by Tandus Centiva

Introducing the Code Series by Suzanne Tick for Tandus Centiva. A carpet system of coordinating modular tiles in geometric patterns, Code Series includes Code and Code Transition, as well as other patterns. The color and layout of Code and Code Transition allow architects, designers and clients to distinguish spaces for specific purposes. Code comes in a 24 by 24 inch tile format in 16 colors, including subdued hues such as agate, Bough and gossan, and jewel tones such as deep blue, citrine and cranberry.

The link in the series is Code Transition, which blends two colors in one tile. Combinations take spaces from one hue to another without creating jarring blocks of color. Code Transition makes use of pixel-like rectangles of varying colors.

Coordinates include megacode, the same pattern as Code but much larger, and macroblock, which blends rectangles, squares and lines. 

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