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Wrong Weave — Shaped Carpet Tiles from Fletco

British designer Sebastian Wrong has collaborated with Fletco Carpets to capitalise on the unique production techniques to bust the norms of shape and colour in carpet tiles.

9 different geometric shapes in 18 colours allow a bespoke solution to flooring design. Several of the shapes can be combined in varied colours to create effects including 3D and mosaic. This is really thinking outside of the box.

Key Features
  • 9 tile shapes
  • 18 colours in each shape
  • woven loop pile
  • 100% PA 6.6 Ascend Ultron® yarn
  • TEXtiles backing — made of 100% recycled PET (plastic bottles)
  • Heavy Commercial Use
  • EPD Label
Homestar / Green Star (Envirospec) Compliant
Homestar / Green Star
Recycled Content (Pre-Consumer)
Pre-Consumer Recycled Content
NZ-Owned Business
NZ-Owned Business
Scope of Use
  • Heavy Commercial Use
  • Interior
  • Workplace
  • Education/childcare
  • Hotel/hospitality
Limitations on Use
  • Interior only
  • Install by approved installer using approved adhesive
Statement of Building Code Compliance
  • Meets fire standards for building code
In-Service History

Fletco have a 70+ year history in Europe, and more recently AUstralia. Fletco is brand new to NZ in 2022.

Other Performance Attributes
  • Heavy commercial use
  • Retains colour
Independent Assessment
Independent Assessment
Test Results
Test Results
Wrong Weave Spec sheet


EPD — Environmental Product Declaration




Product Catalogue: Fletco
Tile Shapes — Variants for Wrong Weave from Fletco


Additional Information

Heritage Carpets supply custom rugs & carpets and are exclusive New Zealand distributors for modulyss carpet tiles from Belguim, Fletco Carpets from Denmark and Bentley Mills flooring from LA.

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