NeoCon 2024: Curate Collection by Shaw Contract

NeoCon 2024: Curate Collection by Shaw Contract

The Curate Collection of carpet tiles by Shaw Contract brings fun into the art of design. “Inspired by a variety of art movements and techniques from classic to modern and pop art, Curate explores a variety of pattern and color,” explains Shaw.

Pierre carpet tile

Each style is made with EcoSolution Q100 fiber, which is carbon neutral. Shaw Contract will recycle Curate through its reclamation program and repurpose it into new EcoWorx flooring, which is premium PVC-free carpet tile backing. The Curate Collection satisfies the desire to care for the environment—along with the natural desire to create something new and exciting.

Curate tiles, which are 24 x 24 inches, feature geometric designs, abstract work, and random patterns—all inspired by art movements.

Andy carpet tile at Shaw Contract at NeoCon 2024

Might the dynamic diagonals of Andy allude to Andy Warhol’s style with its repetition of flat objects and shapes?

Curate carpet tiles

With its cartoon-like squiggles, Keith seems to pay tribute to Keith Haring’s Pop Art dynamism. And the embedded rectangles of Gustav are reminiscent of the mosaic-like geometries of Gustav Klimt’s Golden Phase.

Shaw Contract Prize: Art Meets Science in NYC 

Visit the Shaw Contract showroom at Neocon 2024 to enter to win an Art + Science Weekend Getaway in New York City. One winner will spend three days and two nights at a 4-star New York hotel with a guest and enjoy complimentary admission to any three of these museums: The Met, Museum of Modern Art (MOMA), The Smithsonian, The Guggenheim, American Museum of Natural History, Hip Hop Museum, Museum of Arts and Design, and The Whitney.

Shaw Contract, an American company, specializes in service to healthcare companies, the workplace, hospitality, and education. Its products include carpet, rugs, tile & stone, entryway systems, engineered hardwood, custom carpet, and the accessories needed for installation of their materials. Shaw combines art and science by creating materials that respond to changing human needs while at the same time finding ways to improve processes to ensure healthy preservation of our planet.

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