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Wallcovering manufacturer Wolf Gordon is at the forefront of the trend of creating online materials libraries, making up-to-date product specifications and pattern information available to specifiers at the click of a button. Wolf-Gordon's new online catalog debuts early this summer, with information on the company's Spring 2007 collection (here: Summit Prints in Casbah).

Wallcovering manufacturer Wolf Gordon is at the forefront of the trend of creating online materials libraries, making up-to-date product specifications and pattern information available to specifiers at the click of a button. Wolf-Gordon's new online catalog debuts early this summer, with information on the company's Spring 2007 collection (here: Summit Prints in Boxed).

Wallcovering manufacturer Wolf Gordon is at the forefront of the trend of creating online materials libraries, making up-to-date product specifications and pattern information available to specifiers at the click of a button. Wolf-Gordon's new online catalog debuts early this summer, with information on the company's Spring 2007 collection (here: Haven Opus in Graphics).

Wallcovering manufacturer Wolf Gordon is at the forefront of the trend of creating online materials libraries, making up-to-date product specifications and pattern information available to specifiers at the click of a button. Wolf-Gordon's new online catalog debuts early this summer, with information on the company's Spring 2007 collection (here: Summit Textures in Portugal).

Wallcovering manufacturer Wolf Gordon is at the forefront of the trend of creating online materials libraries, making up-to-date product specifications and pattern information available to specifiers at the click of a button. Wolf-Gordon's new online catalog debuts early this summer, with information on the company's Spring 2007 collection (here: Haven Opus Geometry).

Wallcovering manufacturer Wolf Gordon is at the forefront of the trend of creating online materials libraries, making up-to-date product specifications and pattern information available to specifiers at the click of a button. Wolf-Gordon's new online catalog debuts early this summer, with information on the company's Spring 2007 collection (here: Summit Prints in Solstice).

Simulation technology has also translated to manufacturer websites, where digital models of carpet lines can be placed into room set-ups and can be customized with accent colors and yarn substitutions.

Simulation technology has also translated to manufacturer websites, where digital models of carpet lines can be placed into room set-ups and can be customized with accent colors and yarn substitutions.

Tricycle's SIM carpet samples duplicate the appearance of carpet on paper. The results are so realistic that it is difficult to distinguish the difference between the SIM and the carpet when they are side by side.

Tricycle's SIM carpet samples duplicate the appearance of carpet on paper. The results are so realistic that it is difficult to distinguish the difference between the SIM and the carpet when they are side by side.

Materials Monthly will come out 10 times a year and deliver three to five product samples with specification information in a hard-cover, book-sized cardboard box. In this sample issue, architects will be receiving (clockwise from top left): Texaa's Aeria fabric, an acoustical fabric once used for speaker covers; Alkemi, a surfacing material made from scrap aluminum and resin; Veritas' surfacing material that features a landscaping textile between two resin panels; Prismatic's embossed stainless steel; and Flexicomb, a flexible material made from polypropylene drinking straws.

Materials Monthly will come out 10 times a year and deliver three to five product samples with specification information in a hard-cover, book-sized cardboard box. In this sample issue, architects will be receiving: Texaa's Aeria fabric, an acoustical fabric once used for speaker covers; Alkemi, a surfacing material made from scrap aluminum and resin; Veritas' surfacing material that features a landscaping textile between two resin panels; Prismatic's embossed stainless steel; and Flexicomb, a flexible material made from polypropylene drinking straws.

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