Dezeen Showroom: Belgian flooring brand Modulyss has listed a selection of carpet tiles on Dezeen Showroom, including a collection informed by transitions between types of surfaces in the natural world.
Created by designer Joris Peutz in collaboration with Modulyss, Artcore flooring takes cues from the gradual fading of one type of landscape into another, such as the way that forests give way to fields and urban areas fade into the countryside.
The collection includes four distinct patterns – Core, Mezzo, Litho and Etch – that each have a complex, geometric pattern informed by different topographical types.
Core contains all four patterns and therefore can be used as a transitory tile between other types. The tiles are made out of 100 per cent Econyl recycled yarn and come in a myriad of natural, earthy shades.
Also made from recycled materials, the brand's Millennium Nxtgen carpet tile range is made out of regenerated nylon yarn.
The collection includes 36 colours and, like the rest of Modulyss' products, are suitable for installation across education, workplace and public interiors.
Developed in collaboration with the brand's own product director Ruben De Reu, Heritage carpet tiles take cues from Flemish landscapes.
Patterns include Dune and Meadow, which reference coastal and rural regions, as well as Polder and Cobbles, which represent agricultural land and cobblestone streets respectively.
Modulyss is Belgian company that designs, manufactures and internationally distributes high-end carpet tiles for commercial interiors.
The brand was founded in 2010 and is a sub-brand of flooring company Belysse.
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