Here is one of the all-time classic flooring used equally successful (and useful) in manufacturing sites and high-end boutiques. I consider using it for my hallway as well. But before setting my foot on it, I'd love to know who actually designed this classic? Do you know?
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We hope that someone knows, and can only add the fund of knowledge surrounding this classic by remembering that this was THE flooring at the top of the World Trade Center. We went there for the first time as a kid in elementary school and remembering that the floor was one of the coolest things about the design up there. When we returned again as a school teacher in the spring of 2000, it was still there and we loved that it hadn't changed.