Published on : Friday, September 28, 2018
Surya Contract will showcase its range of commercial design capabilities at NeoCon from June 12 to 14, at The Mart in Chicago. The Surya Contract booth will feature innovative handmade and machine-made rug options designed to withstand the rigorous conditions in commercial settings as well as commercial interior trend vignettes.
Surya Contract will be highlighting a selection of its over 5,500 handmade rug designs in 11 constructions including hand-tufted New Zealand wool, tencel and polyester as well as hand-hooked, flatweave and hand-knotted. In addition to its vast collection of handmade rugs, Surya Contract will present its custom programs including the Made in USA cut-and-sew program of 150 designs that can be customized to any size and shape with guaranteed shipment within two weeks – ideal for commercial projects requiring a quick turnaround.
The Surya Contract booth will present a range of design themes by juxtaposing a neutral, textured look and a bold, modern style. Each theme is curated with fashion forward Surya accessories, including lighting, pillows, accents, and made-to-order art that can be mixed and matched for perfect coordination at any price point. Surya’s spring 2017 trends will also be featured prominently at the booth.
Satya Tiwari, president of Surya, says: “It is Surya Contract’s mission to increase designers’ impact in the commercial market by streamlining the specification process for coordinating contract rugs and accessories. NeoCon is an excellent space for us to connect with commercial designers and to educate them on how Surya can assist with their large-scale design projects, including those with tight budgets and timelines, through our product and service offerings.”
NeoCon remains the premier platform for connecting, learning and doing business in the industry, attracting 50,000 design professionals, annually. With nearly one million square feet of exhibition space, the show launches thousands of new products every year across a wide range of specification needs.