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Mohawk Group and Durkan Participate in Susan G. Komen 3-Day in Seattle

Seattle presence included showroom kickoff event for design community
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SEATTLE, September 20, 2019 /3BL Media/ —Mohawk Group and Durkan renewed their commitment to the fight against breast cancer at the Susan G. Komen 3-Day in Seattle which concluded earlier this week. Both divisions increased their presence and involvement over last year, officially kicking off the popular fundraiser with a special showroom event for the local design community. The event showcased the mission and lifesaving work of Susan G.

Durkan’s Crafted Convergence Recognized With Prestigious HD Award in Flooring

Portions of the collection's sales benefit the New Mexico museum archives that inspired it
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CALHOUN, Ga. June 28, 2019 /3BL Media/ — The Crafted Convergence carpet collection from Durkan, the hospitality brand of Mohawk Group, was recently recognized by Hospitality Design magazine with an HD Award for flooring at a special ceremony in New York.

Durkan Donates to the Shed

By Morgan Bulman
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After nearly seven years of construction, the Shed — an eight-level, 200,000-square-foot structure in New York City’s burgeoning Hudson Yards neighborhood — is now open to the public. 

Introducing Durkan's Spirit Moderne Collection

Carpeting inspired by collections from the Museum of International Folk Art
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Spirit Moderne is a captivating and sustainable soft surface flooring portfolio for hospitality interiors inspired by Durkan’s collaboration with the Museum of International Folk Art in Santa Fe, N.M. Alluring ethnographic textiles from the world over breathe inspiration into new motifs and bring historical source material into the context of the modern era.

VIDEO | How Durkan's dscvr Student Design Competition is Shaping Hospitality Design

A previous winner shares how the contest helped jumpstart her career
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Discover how Durkan and NEWH have partnered together through the dscvr Student Design Competition to help shape the future of hospitality design by identifying and cultivating the next generation of talent. Meg Turner, 2017 grand prize winner, shares how the contest opened her eyes to a career path she hadn't previously considered and led to a job offer as a Durkan field designer.

Durkan’s dscvr and the Future of Hospitality Design

Meet Durkan’s 2018 dscvr Student Design Competition winner
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Each year we look forward to highlighting the talent of designers in the hospitality field and supporting the education of future designers through the Durkan dscvr Student Design Competition. This year we are excited to showcase the stellar achievements of our 2018 grand prize winner, Brianne Brooks.

Durkan dscvr Student Design Competition Now Open for Submissions

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CALHOUN, Ga., January 14, 2019 /3BL Media/ - Durkan, the hospitality flooring brand of Mohawk Group, is now accepting artwork submissions for the dscvr Student Design Competition, its annual hospitality design contest.

VIDEO | Believe in a Cure with Mohawk Group's Specify for a Cure Program

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Mohawk Group and Durkan are committed to the fight against breast cancer and as a long-term partner of Susan G. Komen®, we are helping to make a difference through our corporate donation program, Specify for a Cure®. You can help too: When you specify eligible products within our program, we will make a donation on your behalf to Susan G. Komen.

Durkan Rolls Out the Pink Carpet for Susan G. Komen with Specify for a Cure

Durkan’s New Camélia Rose Carpet Collection Signifies Love and Hope
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What are we loving right now? Our new Camélia Rose broadloom carpet collection – inspired by love, enhanced with patented technology, and designated to help find a cure.

Durkan’s Camélia Rose Raises Awareness, Funds to Fight Breast Cancer through Specify for a Cure Program

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October 12, 2018 /3BL Media/ - For centuries, both the rose and the camélia flower have been a symbol of longevity and purity — with the rose especially symbolic of love and passion. In the Victorian Era, when pink and red camélias were sent to someone, it meant that the recipient was the “flame” in the heart of the sender.

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