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Modulyss Dawn Delights at Black Mountain

Modulyss Dawn Delights at Black Mountain

Bringing unexpected turns and tricks of light, the Delight carpet tile collection from modulyss has been used in the full Cat B fitout of the new London headquarters of Black Mountain, a data technology company.

Specified by The DSGN Studio, the strong organic design of Dawn ensures the operational hub of the space has a floor that delivers flair and peak visual interest. A sophisticated response to the mixed metallic trend, Dawn dazzles in its alluring looks.

The DSGN Studio has used this design to great effect, using the deep grey of Dawn 57M for a highly textural tonal look. Adding in a dash of the mono-colour loop-pile Millennium Nxtgen 965 in meeting rooms, the look successfully breaks up individual areas of the space while bringing a unified colour palette for a sophisticated look. Against flashing accents of acid yellow and lime green on partitioning and furniture, the modulyss carpet tiles deliver an assured base for the rest of the interior scheme.

Benjamin Dudley, The DSGN Studio, comments: “We looked for a carpet tiles that would give flair, interest and design intent to the space but that also wasn’t overpowering. The Delight collection delivered exactly this, while also meeting the need for a floor that would wear and stay looking sharp. We were impressed with the design and its price point and modulyss also delivered in the service stakes. It’s a great product, installer-friendly and looks good down.”

The dazzling effect of Dawn features ECONYL regenerated solution-dyed nylon fibre, made from repurposed fishing nets, using a tufted 1/12th gauge construction. Class 33 rated under EN 1307, Dawn is made to withstand use in busy commercial environments. Using ECONYL and the same Back2Back modified bitumen backing as Dawn, Millennium Nxtgen provides a different look that is still durable, stain and fade-resistant. The highly-functional carpet tile is also Class 33 rated.

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