Inspired by air traffic maps, Tarkett has introduced two new lines of modular carpet tiles, offering new options for office, education and hospitality spaces. The designs could simplify installation in contemporary architectural designs where right angles and straight lines give way to open, multi-use spaces and curved walls. The carpet uses Tarkett’s Powerbond construction, with means it can be installed in any direction (even diagonally). The designer Jhane Barnes flipped and rotated repeating modules to create a large-scale pattern with no obvious repeat, creating an intriguing visual with minimal installation water. FlightPath contains 14 different matching points in its 22-ft. pattern repeat-that’s an opportunity every 19 in. for seams to align. AirSpace uses the same concept on a smaller scale. There are 24 hues in each of the three mix-and-match pattern options and are available in three sizes of planks and tiles.