Fluid&

modulyss

Fluid&, the newest addition to the coordinated &-collection, is a mind-blowing carpet tile range that brings a bold splash of colour to commercial spaces.

Perfectly imperfect in its approach to pattern, Fluid& possesses a wonderful sense of fluidity and movement, elevating the look of office and hosp

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Nom du produit
Fluid&
Fabricant
modulyss

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Tapis
Tapis

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Carreau
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Commercial
Modèle
Modèle

Fluid&, the newest addition to the coordinated &-collection, is a mind-blowing carpet tile range that brings a bold splash of colour to commercial spaces.

Perfectly imperfect in its approach to pattern, Fluid& possesses a wonderful sense of fluidity and movement, elevating the look of office and hospitality spaces.

Fluid& is inspired by the organic, free-flowing aesthetic of adding paint to water. It reflects natural fluidity and rejects any need for flawless precision. In fact, it embraces the opposite: Fluid& is perfectly imperfect in its approach to pattern.

PART OF THE &-COLLECTION
The &-collection is our long-running coordinated approach to the way we design carpet tiles. Bold & vibrant, sophisticated & luxurious; & is a collection of styles that bring personality to every space.

Although it can be used in mesmerizing singularity, the color, pattern and textures of Fluid& can be used alongside the subtle linear texture of Fashion& or the vintage velvet look of Velvet& for a beautiful tone-on-tone effect.

UTILISES IN-HOUSE PRINT TECHNOLOGY
Utilising in-house, high-resolution print technology onto engineered polyamide yarn, the striking print of Fluid& is a premium example of modulyss’ design identity and the technological synergies of the Balta Group.

Although Fluid& can be used in mesmerizing singularity, it's also designed to coordinate perfectly and create stunning layouts when mixed & matched with Fashion& and Velvet&.

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