ReForm Transition: One carpet collection, six amazing office looks

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This article features our bestselling ReForm Transition collection including 48x48 cm Mix carpet tiles, an extraordinary tool to create fluid flows between two or more colours.

Join us on an inspirational trip to France, Poland, the United Arab Emirates, Norway and Slovakia to explore six office spaces with one thing in common: ReForm Transition. Coming along, you'll learn how diverse patterns, colours and ways of installation bring completely different looks to contemporary office floors all over the world.

Carpet design that brings nature inside

ReForm Transition is borne from a desire to transfer the architecture of nature to today’s professional interiors. Thus, irregular textures, layers and structures from outdoors translate into interior designs reflecting key elements of this seasonal cycle: Seed, Leaf and Fibre. The organic tactility and sensuous feeling of these materials are defined by a multi-level loop construction that adds depth and interesting detail to patterns and colours.

The Transition designs are available in an extensive range of soft and faded colours reflecting the hues of nature. They’ve been carefully researched, coordinated and selected in terms of the role they play in facilitating good physical and mental health. In this way greys and browns from the earth provide a soothing, safe and solid ambience, while greens and blues bring new energy, creativity and optimism.

Ready for six quick office stops? Let's go!

1. BIC

BIC reimagines everyday essentials, designing products that are part of every home. The company believes it positively impacts the world by offering sustainable solutions that respect the planet through smart design and the creation of products that last. In line with this belief, BIC has specified sustainable Transition carpet for their French office. Thus, the Seed design in light grey and dark grey are united by light grey/dark grey Mix tiles to create an elegant base for the office interior featuring hints of the yellow tone so iconic for BIC.


2. Pepsico

At the Pepsico office in Poland, bubbling energy arises from an innovative combination of light grey, yellow and blue Transition carpet tiles in the Fibre design. In the meeting rooms, blue Fibre tiles therefore merge into vivid floor designs whereas designs structured around the transitioning light grey/yellow Mix tiles create a great visual effect throughout the larger office spaces. Specifying the same carpet pattern in several colours help create a dynamic yet cohesive interior style easily fitted to the visual company identity of Pepsico.


3. WOW

At the WOW office in Abu Dhabi, the United Arab Emirates, the Seed design specified for one meeting room features a light blue/dark blue transition that adds a hint of vibrance to the space. A slightly more toned-down wow-effect is achieved in a larger meeting room where mixed greys beautifully frame the office furniture. In addition, an elegant combination of camel, light grey and dark grey carpet tiles make interesting transitions from camel to light grey and from light grey to dark grey throughout several meeting rooms where the carpet catches the warm tones of the leather chairs as well as the wooden doors and wall panels.

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4. Rémy Cointreau

Rémy Cointreau offers a portfolio of high-end spirits and considers the staff as being the most valuable corporate asset. This organisational value among others reflects in the Paris office design, which elegantly communicates the premium brand identity while promoting the personal wellbeing of the staff members. A stylish selection of Leaf carpet tiles is specified in warm grey, olive stone, golden and dark brown and thus a grey base is complemented by rich and warm colours referring to the spirits assortment. An extra refined detail, some carpet tiles are cut into organic shapes used to define workstations or zones of furniture. And in other spaces, warm grey and olive stone carpet tiles are combined into vivid designs exploiting the great modularity of this particular carpet type.


5. Kinnarps

The floor design at Kinnarps in Norway is based on Transition Seed carpet tiles in dark grey, grey and the dark grey/grey Mix tiles combining the two grey shades in a harmonious transition. The textured and roughish Seed pattern helps create a warm and tactile ambience in this cosy and evocative office environment.

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6. MPS Logistic

In Slovakia, the MPS Logistic office is tailored to promote personal wellbeing through an effective mix of noise-reducing helpers. In this way, acoustic elements in different shapes, colours and materials are fitted into strategically chosen spots across the space. For instance, the large floor surface is covered with acoustic carpet effectively trapping and holding on to the noise.

The flexible Transition design options are fully exploited as well. This by making not only one or two but three colour transitions across the floor. Thus, the Seed design transitions several times using the light grey/grey, grey/dark grey and dark grey/black Transition Mix tiles to create fluent colour flows.


Ready to bring nourishing nature inside?

If you feel inspired from these innovative office environments and want to learn more about the great potential of ReForm Transition, here's what to do:


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Written by Mette Frydensbjerg Jacobsen: Mette is Ege Carpets' fashion savvy communications expert. Her keen eye for the sweet spot between beautiful carpets and great stories makes her our favourite pick for inspiring you with Project of the Month.

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