modulyss Tomorrow's Contract Floors

Four striking carpet tile designs from modulyss have been used in the Mayfair offices of a leading strategic advisory business. Chosen from some of modulyss’ most forward-thinking collections, the layout is testament to the mix and match principle, which sees modulyss design products that can be used collectively, or in solo, while providing an always-elegant finish.

Throughout open-plan office spaces, the Handcraft collection has come into full-effect with three organic designs – Willow, Moss and Leaf – used to bring the feel of nature indoors. Translating the subtle nuances of natural patterns into a carpet tile suitable for use in workspaces, the designs have been used to zone breakout, collaborative and desking areas. Handcraft uses ECONYL 100% regenerated yarn, derived from recovered fishing nets and other waste materials, for lower impact.

In offices and meeting rooms, the distinct elegance of timeworn velvet, present in the random tip-sheared texture of Velvet&, has been used to powerful effect giving a high-luxury aesthetic and a striking 3D effect.

Specifier for the project, Debbie Goodale, Space Workplace, explains her selection: “This project was all about the aesthetics and so I knew the flooring had to deliver something special. With a colour palette in-line with corporate identity, texture had to play its part, so I used the floor to set a rich and indulgent base for the rest of the scheme to grow.

“The texture, movement and depth of the Handcraft collection and Velvet& were perfect for the scheme. The carpet tiles look incredibly rich and indulgent and set a sophisticated tone, while remaining hard to ignore. I particularly love the look of the Handcraft collection, it’s so inviting to walk-on and the organic look complements the use of natural timber.

“The client absolutely loved the end result. With excellent service and a rapidly growing depth of product, modulyss is my immediate go-to for any project.”

A total of 330m2 of modulyss carpet tiles were used on the refurbishment of the fourth-floor office space.