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Durkan Custom Carpet Part of New Museum Exhibit
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Artist Liz Collins Features Custom Carpet as Part of Complex Art Installation A few years ago, Mohawk Group met Liz Collins, a Brooklyn based artist who has been working across art, design, fashion, installation, and performance for two decades. Collins was designing an immersive installation at the Tang Museum in Upstate New York and needed to partner with a carpet manufacturer to implement her...

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I am Royce, and I am more than Pink.
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These are the words that I spoke to the crowd at the Komen 3-Day Walk in Philadelphia this past August. I was invited by the Susan G. Komen Foundation as a survivor, advocate, and Mohawk employee to say some words of encouragement as everyone embarked on their journey. I reminded everyone to keep moving forward, today and forever, as cancer is indeed a journey...

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Commercial Carpet Makes the Finish Line
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Why use commercial carpet for the IRONMAN 70.3 World Championship? We like to think that pushing the limits in the flooring industry is challenging. Pushing the limits in athleticism is truly epic. That’s why when one of the world’s largest endurance races, the IRONMAN 70.3 World Championship, came to us for all of their carpet needs, it was a natural decision – and a finish line...

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Talking Textiles at the Waxman Textile Prize Competition
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Mohawk Group is very pleased and proud to sponsor the Waxman Textile Prize, which is a textile design competition hosted by Trend Union and is open to students from around the world. The competition is held in conjunction with Talking Textiles, a month-long design festival in New York City to highlight the cultural relevance and achievements of the textile industry, weavers, and artisans in...

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Design Discussions with PDR’s Giancarlo Salonga
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We had a chat with Giancarlo Salonga of PDR to learn more about his design approach and how he stays current on cultural trends that affect design. This is part of our Design Discussions series with designers who attended FWD, a place where we explore cultural trends and design influencers in an inspirational setting. We love to keep the conversations going, sharing design aspirations and what personally inspires...

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