Bentley Prince Street Inc. introduces the California Biennial Collection, featuring the company’s proprietary Chromasynthesis Dye Technology. Available in broadloom, carpet tile and area rugs, California Biennial is aimed at interpreting Los Angeles’ contemporary museum scene into a modern-day flooring product.
The dye technology offers two space dyed yarn options exclusive to Bentley Prince Street that add lustrous bursts of khaki and blue/green colors, according to the company. The collection is designed for corporate, government, healthcare, higher education, hospitality and retail applications.
“Just like L.A.’s energetic museum scene, California Biennial is artistic and modern while delivering color creativity, as well as flexibility to our customers,” said Anthony Minite, president of Bentley Prince Street.
California Biennial is constructed from Ultron Color cf nylon 6,6 by Ascend for resistance to crushing, matting, soil penetration and wear. Protekt stain protection is combined with Intersept antimicrobial treatment for long-term performance and resistance to mold and mildew following installation. California Biennial comes standard with High Performance PC broadloom backing and NexStep cushion tile.
“This product is a true example of chemistry sparking creativity and our customers will love coordinating it with our other popular products like Hollywood Sequel,” added Valerie Ottaviano, vice president of design.
All products contain an average of 10% post-consumer recycled content by total product weight and are certified to the NSF-140 2009 Sustainability Assessment for Carpet at the Platinum level when installed with High PerformancePC backing and at the Gold level when installed with NexStep Cushion Tile backing.
Bentley Prince Street launches California Biennial line
March 7, 2012