Every once in a while, someone takes FLOR and goes beyond a rug and into a new world of inspiration and innovation that both humbles us and inspires us to continue pushing the boundaries of what we do.
Situ Studio is a design studio in Brooklyn and the brains behind an exhibit currently running at the Museum of Jewish Heritage in Lower Manhattan called “Hava Nagila: A Song for the People.” This exhibit was developed by Situ and their partners, MTWTF.
If you look closely you’ll see that those colorful squares that adorn the walls and hang from the ceilings are, in fact, FLOR tiles.
But they didn’t stop there. Situ Studio used the FLOR squares as a canvas and insituted a laser technology to engrave text and signature images directly into the carpet tiles to to tell their story.
So if you’re in the area stop by the exhibit – running now through May, 2013.
Have you decorated with FLOR in a way that goes beyond using it as traditional carpet? We want to see what you’ve done. Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or post your creation at facebook.com/flortiles; and who knows, we may share your story here.