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New Wave - ege
25 Feb 2020

A New Wave Collection

Inspired by the rough and untouched landscape of the Danish West Coast, A NEW WAVE reflects natural textures, shapes and captivating scenery. The collection strives towards tactility on a functional and sensual level that encourages you to feel the patterns of the sand, the strict lines of the grass dunes and the rhythm of the waves washing in. […]

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09 May 2019

Industrial Landscape by Tom Dixon New interpretations of old London surfaces.

The designer collection Industrial Landscape by Tom Dixon was originally launched in 2016. Today, three years and several international interior projects later, ege carpets and the renowned British designer behind the collection unveil a sharp update of the all-pervading London structures and materials. London – an eternal source of inspiration to Tom Dixon Industrial Landscape […]

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05 Oct 2018

MEDIUM – How to future-proof the design of your office

Nothing has changed as rapidly in design as the concept of offices in the latest years. But, are there trends which are persistent? What is the future of offices, and why there are so many changes constantly? We talked with two brands of carpet flooring design — Tarkett and ege carpets — who are now focusing on finding out […]

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06 Feb 2018

ReForm Terra by ege

ReForm Terra by ege adds a new and organic design to the ReForm family that counts the Artworks, Foss, Legend, Matrix and Memory collections as well. Inspired by diverse landscapes from around the world The Terra collection transforms impressive earth landscapes into abstract flooring surfaces with organic patterns. The multi-dimensional design features various yarn layers […]

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06 Feb 2018

ReForm Artworks Ecotrust by ege

ReForm Artworks Ecotrust is a new member of ege’s famous ReForm family embracing an attractive selection of multidimensional and environmental friendly collections. Energetic brushstrokes with artistic freedom Artworks interprets the times’ spirit of the abstract expressionist movement in the 1950s New York with a design transferring mark-making, collage and the aesthetics of chance to the […]

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