Who we are
Since 1972, OBJECT CARPET has stood for quality, design and innovation in the commercial property sector. A sense of aesthetics and colour, in combination with advanced production techniques, results in high-grade and extraordinary designs in the form of broadloom, carpet tiles and custom-cut carpets (RUGX). With over 1,000 styles and colours as well as individually-customised products, the OBJECT CARPET collection offers a unique
diversity for modern interior design, manufactured from high-quality raw materials. All OBJECT CARPET styles are also free from harmful emissions and are bitumen-free, latex- free, and PVC-free. They bear the German Federal Environmental Agency’s Blue Angel ecolabel. Producing carpets from recycled materials and the aspiration to give these a second lifecycle is a matter of principle for OBJECT CARPET. To reduce its own ecological footprint, OBJECT CARPET is consistently working on sustainable solutions and investing in new technologies. So it was no surprise that the company was selected to provide the “VIP carpet” for the German Sustainability Award ceremony. OBJECT CARPET products received the evidence-based recommendation from the TÜV (German Technical Inspection Association) for safe use by allergy sufferers and reduce dust content and particulate matter. Partners and customers around the world, such as Porsche, Daimler, Google and Adidas appreciate this, as do initiatives like “Healthy Seas”.
Numerous design and business awards, such as the prestigious Good Design and Red Dot Awards, have demonstrated OBJECT CARPET’s outstanding design competence and corporate achievements. For example, OBJECT CARPET was chosen as one of the “top 50 German luxury brands” by Ernst & Young and voted one of the “brands of the century” by Langenscheidt.
With innovative production techniques and sustainable manufacturing methods, OBJECT CARPET breaks new ground and turns visions into reality. Experience OBJECT CARPET's world of colour and materials in any one of the company's showrooms in Germany, Austria, and Switzerland.