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Modular Carpet - Bentley - Facility Management Product Release
Discord modular carpet features jagged lines at sharp angles layered with frenzied organic scrawls. But while the subversive patterning sets the tone, it simultaneously gives way to a harmony of colors – 14 of them, each carefully chosen to create subtle yet meaningful interactions on the floor. In fact, Discord is really all about color; its palette encourages coordination of warm and cool neutrals that shift into bolder hues. Together, they fortify movement, and balance the mood and energy of any space.
Ideal for large, open interiors, Discord is made with Antron Lumena Type 6,6 Nylon for ultimate color and performance. The style is available in 9-inch by 36-inch, 18-inch by 36-inch and 24-inch square NexStep Cushion Tile, AFIRMA Hardback Tile and AFFIXX Hardback Tile, Bentley’s adhesive-free hook and loop system for modular carpet tile.
Discord is Cradle to Cradle Certified, NSF 140 certified, CRI Green Label Plus certified and produced in a LEED-EB:OM Gold-certified manufacturing facility. Along with Environmental Product Declarations (EPDs) and Health Product Declarations (HPDs), Discord also features the Declare label and has achieved LBC Compliant status through the Living Building Challenge.
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