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    Ones to Watch: What's Next for Flooring?

    There's a revolution afoot, underfoot! Cross-discipline designers are rethinking traditional flooring and carpeting with new interpretations of graphic techniques. . . 

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    Pernille Snedker Hansen, founder of Copenhagen-based Snedker Studio, has been developing her own take on the process of surface marbeling with ink by creating wood flooring with the same characteristics as marbled paper.
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    FourONineThis year, Nienkämper will release Shanghai-based Four O Nine’s Pleat Series furniture collection in Germany, Switzerland, Austria, and across the Asian market. But the firm’s first rug collection, named Urban Fabric, incorporates patterns based on aerial views of cities. 

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    When Studio FM Milano was approached by Italian ceramics manufacturer Refin, they saw a new opportunity to apply their experience to an architectural surface which had in their minds seen a steep and disappointing decline in its decorative potential.
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