Geometric solutions: Sebastian Wrong’s carpet tiles for Fletco Carpets

Danish flooring brand Fletco announced that British designer Sebastian Wrong created a line of carpet tiles for the company. Wrong’s carpet tiles for Fletco connect together to create a variety of geometric flooring solutions. The digitally printed tiles are available in three sizes and a variety of optical designs, including overlapping squares to 3D effects with color gradients. The new collection makes use of Fletco’s new printing technology that offers designers a palette over 65,000 colors, and uses a laser cutting technique that Fletco carpet tiles is the first carpet manufacturer in the world to use. The flat-woven carpet tiles contain 60 percent recycled material.

Danish company Fletco Carpets manufactures wall-to-wall carpets for both the domestic and the contract market. Materials, design and quality are adapted accordingly. 

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