At NeoCon, Mohawk Group launched a comprehensive line of flooring products with a focus on breaking form with tradition, challenging the way flooring works and shifting perceptions of what flooring can achieve, according to the company. In total, Mohawk Group took home eight awards in recognition of its products and associates.

Mohawk Group's Breaking form Collection was the winner of Contract Magazine’s Best of NeoCon Editors’ Pick Award for modular carpet.The collection was designed in collaboration with Mac Stopa of Massive Design, exploring bold lines and geometric patterns that transform the floor – a two-dimensional product – into something three-dimensional.

The company had four wins and two honoree recognitions at Interior Design Magazine’s inaugural Honoring Industry People (HIP) Awards.

According to the publication, the HIP Awards were created to celebrate individuals in the design industry  as well as product solutions. Chris Stulpin, Mohawk Group’s creative director  and Susan Leath, sales representative  took home the top prize within their respective categories, and Mark Page, Durkan’s director of color and design was named an honoree for Design Manufacturer.

The following Mohawk Group products also received accolades at the ceremony:

Cross-Market Versatility Winner: Hot & Heavy Loose-Lay LVT

Use of Color Winner: WHY Y LVT, designed in collaboration with Mac Stopa of Massive Design

Design Solution Underfoot Honoree: New Vintage Modular Carpet 

Mohawk Group’s Hot & Heavy was also named a Grand Prize Winner within Buildings' Product Innovations competition. Product Innovations is a showcase of offerings that showcase how performance and aesthetics can enhance facilities management, according to the company. Hot & Heavy, which was also the HD Expo resilient product design competition winner, took top prize within the Flooring Innovation category. 

The company was also recognized for Simply Tailored, a woven collection of products designed in collaboration with Lauren Rottet, by the social media-driven ‘Metropolis Likes’ competition. 

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