Category Archives: IIDEX

EPDs: With The Complete Picture Comes A Better Choice

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All types of products, from food to clothing to cleaning supplies, claim to be green. The question is, how green?

An EPD, or Environmental Product Declaration, is a statement of product ingredients and environmental impacts that happen during the life of a product.

  • It meets international standards.
  • It is third-party verified.
  • It gives you the complete picture of a product’s environmental impacts.
  • It helps you make better choices about the products you use, and better choices will ultimately lead to greener buildings.

Get “The Complete Picture” in our booth at Greenbuild 2011 (823N) or in the slideshow below.

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IIDEX/NEOCON 2011 Live Feed!

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Welcome to our live show feed from IIDEX/NEOCON 2011 in Toronto. We’ve got a lot planned at booth #721, and plenty of surprises you’ll only hear from us. Join us in Toronto as we bring you our special blend of beauty and play. To get updates as they happen, subscribe to this blog post‘s comments by clicking here.


Green Hospitality Panel



Live From the Show Floor



Introducing Matrix, Permian and Distressed



Make Your Mark at IIDEX/NeoCon 2011!



Sustainability Makes New Friends at IIDEX/NEOCON 2011

In June, we covered how we’re expanding our ReEntry program across North America. ReEntry, which has helped us reclaim more than 220 million pounds (100 million kilograms) of used carpet since 1994, represents our commitment to the environment, which is the basis of our business, Now it’s becoming an even larger part of our operations in Canada. Below is a video recap of our continued commitment to Mission Zero and ReEntry 2.0.



Make Your Mark at the InterfaceFLOR IIDEX Booth!

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Rethinking Canadian Workspaces with Caroline Robbie

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Caroline Robbie of Quadrangle Architects explains how the changing landscape of modern business is encouraging designers to rethink the traditional workspace. Challenges arise when designing an office space to foster collaboration between various age groups,

including fresh-faced graduates seasoned managers and veteran baby boomers. In the video below, Caroline Robbie discusses how InterfaceFLOR is helping Canadian architects and designers rethink the traditional approach to the corporate workplace.

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Make Your Mark at IIDEX/NEOCON Booth #721

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Make Your Mark Canada! Claude Ouimet discusses our Make Your Mark Concept, the fresh perspective it brings to IIDEX/NEOCON 2011 and how it opens the door to endless, modular possibilities for the Canadian audience. Get a taste of the inspiration we’ll be bringing to booth #721 at IIDEX/NEOCON 2011 in Toronto next week.

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Toronto we’re ready for IIDEX/NEOCON 2011, are you?

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IIDEX/NEOCON 2011 is just a few short weeks away and we’ve got plenty of playful inspiration planned for the Canadian architects and designers who’ll be joining us at booth #721. Join us as we gear up for one of our favorite events by taking part in some of our pre-show activities:

  • Canadian Centered Content – Become a fan of InterfaceFLOR on Facebook and receive exclusive IIDEX/NEOCON content all month.
  • Redefining Luxury, AND Connectivity – We’re always looking for ways to better connect with our fans around the world. Coming soon we will be helping you to make social personal again.

When IIDEX/NEOCON 2011 rolls around on September 22, we’ll have plenty more behind-the-scenes details for you, including exclusive announcements and some special surprises in this year’s booth. While you’re waiting, take a look back at some of our favorite moments from 2010.

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