Commercial Interior Design Awards would not be possible without the generous support of our sponsors. Here you have a chance to get to know them. Today, we introduce Roca and Interface.
As a repeat sponsor, bathroom supplier Roca has an enduring relationship with Commercial Interior Design. The global brand is dedicated to the design, production, sales and marketing of bathroom products as well as ceramic wall and floor tiles for the architecture, building and interior design sectors.
As a Silver sponsor, Roca has been supporting the CID Awards for the last six years.
Samer Deeb, area manager at Roca says: “This event gathers a lot of important design firms and prestigious architects in one place, so it’s a great opportunity to raise continued awareness of Roca in the Middle East and show the latest innovation.”
This year Roca introduced a new range Inspira with fine ceramics technology and different shapes allowing clients to mix and match from a large collection of sanitary ware. This collection will also have a new hygienic technology for the seat and covers called Supralit.
In 2017, Roca will celebrate its 100th anniversary.
“So it’s the right time and a chance to show the history and development of the company and why Roca is different in the bathroom industry,” says Deeb.
The global leader in the design and production of carpet tiles, Interface’s products combine beauty and innovation with functionality. Following its ‘Mission Zero’ vision of becoming totally sustainable by 2020, the Silver sponsor of CID Awards was one of the first companies to publically commit to sustainability.
Matt Hall, A&D sales manager at Interface Middle East comments: “We have proven that it is possible for a carpet tile company which was heavily dependent on petrochemicals to redesign itself. Our goal, with your help, is to create positive from negative, fostering a more equitable and inclusive world for all.”
Hall says that the CID Awards give Interface the perfect opportunity to thank everyone for their continued support and individual achievements. Innovation, design and sustainability are at the forefront of the Middle Eastern design and architectural community and that is everything that Interface stands for.
The company continues to lead the way with its latest Global Collection World Woven, which features a progression from simple to complex in both colouring and texture.
“As the name suggests, the World Woven Collection is inspired by some of the world’s most beloved textiles paying homage to centuries-old woollen textiles, from Scottish tweed to Saori hand-weaving. The colours are created using many different shades of 100% recycled nylon and recall undyed wools with just a bit of contrast. All styles weave together nodding to some of history’s most enduring designs – uncomplicated, elegant patterns that comfort us and lift our spirits,” says Hall.