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September 24
Zipcar project features Theory 2.0, Fixate and Paste Up
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©2013 Warren Patterson

Zipcar, the world's largest car sharing and car club service, recently partnered with Milliken to outfit portions of its Boston location in Theory 2.0, Fixate and Paste Up
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©2013 Warren Patterson​

The Theory 2.0 collection features a range of distinguished patterning and shapes that create a new sense of space, from contemporary circles to classic letter forms.

  • Milliken's Theory 2.0 collection is available in nine patterns, providing small to mid-scale forms.
  • Available in 24 colors, Theory 2.0 can serve as either a neutral background or bold statement, using a special vibe accent for an extra pop of color. 
  • Theory 2.0 is available as a 1Mx1M modular tile for increased functionality.

Fixate celebrates the ultimate detail in stripes, exploring precision and varying widths of fine lines.

  • ​The high performance, low cut pile bridges the gap between soft and hard surfaces.
  • Playful and bold multicolor combinations capture a brighter attitude and optimistic environment.
  • Monochromatic combinations in fresh, clear colors and subtle neutrals provide for a sophisticated, highly detailed floor that lies down  - and doesn't "pop".

The Paste Up collection features five free flowing and modern patterns.

  • A broad color range of 18 space-enriching hues infuse life into commercial interiors. 
  • Paste Up is available in both a loop and tip shear construction to accomodate any design and functionality requirements.
  • For increased functionality, the collection is available in 50 cm x 50 cm modular tiles. 

Additionally, TractionBack® modular carpet backing method by Milliken is less costly, environmentally superior and faster and easier to use compared to wet adhesives or peel and stick adhesives for modular carpet tile. There’s no “peel,” just “stick” with TractionBack.
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©2013 Warren Patterson

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