Uluru Shear, pictured here in Bramble, is part of Bentley’s new Monolith collection.
Los Angeles—Bentley has introduced the Monolith Collection, the carpet manufacturer’s latest collaboration with Clodagh Design. This is the designer’s fourth product launch with Bentley. Reminiscent of a map of connected streets and roads or the crevices and cracks in dry flat plains, Clodagh’s Monolith provides a sense of standing firmly on the earth—grounded on a strong foundation of comfort and support.
“The Spanish have a saying, ‘Tell me who you walk with and I will tell you who you are,’” said Clodagh. “I am very proud to be in partnership with Bentley. What could be better than working with those who share your vision and mission? Bentley’s relentless focus on combining fine design with high performance and strong sustainable standards is the reason we are walking the walk together.”
Morro Loop, shown in Mountain Shadow, is one of the Monolith collection’s large scale patterns.
The Monolith Collection features two patterns in four construction methods: Morro Loop and Morro Shear, the collection’s large-scale pattern, and Uluru Loop and Uluru Shear, the collection’s small-scale patterns. Based on their namesake monolithic formations, Morro and Uluru reflect strength and harmony.
The styles’ natural grooved patterns create a three-dimensional surface design, presenting an architecturally geometric effect, while a neutral color palette offers mass appeal and suits many styles and viewpoints.
Available in broadloom, the Monolith Collection features Antron Legacy type 6,6 nylon carpet fiber, Bentley’s High Performance PC backing and offers 27 colorways. The Monolith Collection is NSF-140 certified at the Platinum level, CRI Green Label Plus certified, and Cradle-to-Cradle certified at the Silver level.