• Designed by architectural firm Best Practice, Eames NW is a Seattle shop that highlights men’s apparel and sneaker culture with perforated circular plywood accents and sharp polygonal fixture details paired with LED strip lighting.

  • Drawn Lines, the latest LVT collection from Interface, uses layered filament-fine marks in varying weights and rhythms to create a prismatic geometry in an array of scales. interface.com

  • Aspecta by Metrofloor has launched the Tilt & Tones LVT collection. The 24-in.-by-24-in. tiles are presented in four color groups, each consisting of four Tilt tile designs that can be paired with two companion Tones tiles. aspectaflooring.com

  • Gerflor USA introduces Saga2, an LVT line with exciting pattern options, including the geometric Spider (shown here). gerflorusa.com

  • A collaboration with Form Us With Love, Inside Shapes from Shaw Contract is a flexible toolkit available in four geometric shapes—square, diagonal, point and curve—and 12 color options (each in light and dark shades for added dimension). shawcontract.com

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