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Green Lodging Right Down to the Carpet
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For the first LEED Platinum certified hotel in the United States, sustainability is a guiding tenet in every way that hospitality is extended to green-minded guests. That’s why it was important for the Proximity Hotel in Greensboro, N.C., to make responsible decisions with the waste that was created from a recent renovation. In addition to specifying beautiful custom multi-level cut and loop carpeting from...

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D*SCOVERing A New Generation Of Design Talent
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Our Durkan D*SCOVER student design competition, in partnership with NEWH, celebrates the talent of designers in the hospitality design field and contributes toward the education of future designers. The contest is held annually and winners are announced at HD Expo as part of a live presentation during the show. Know of a talented student designer that should enter? We invite you to reach out...

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Topography Captures Modular Carpet Best Of Year 2016
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Each year, Interior Design magazine recognizes the best in contract interiors for products and projects through its Best of Year Awards. We are honored to be recognized alongside our industry peers, and, there is no better way to celebrate these awards than in New York City. This year, the Best of Year Awards included 2,016 entries from 38 different countries in 130 product and project...

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Durkan’s Custom Design for Ethereal Art Installation by Janet Echelman
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There is nothing more exciting than seeing a custom Durkan carpet made exclusively for an art installation. Because of Durkan’s extensive custom capabilities, we are fortunate that product as art happens every so often, and when it does, it is visual euphoria. The most recent art installation that includes Durkan is Janet Echelman’s  Possible Futures Of A Line, Traveling Through Space And Time, 2016. The installation...

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Weaving Together Luxury and Heritage In a Carpet
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At Tulalip Resort Casino in Washington, even the hallway carpeting tells a story, using patterns that pay homage to the rich traditions of the Tulalip Tribe. This textile storytelling was made possible with Durkan’s Definity technology. The Tulalip (pronounced tuh-lay-lip) Tribe lives on the shores of Puget Sound and owns the 370-room luxury resort casino. The hotel has always celebrated its Native American heritage...

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