Country

United Kingdom

Surface area

500 m²

Collections

Architect

Advanced Commercial Interiors

Segment

Education & student housing

Used products

South Central Institute of Technology chooses modulyss

Carpet tiles from modulyss have been chosen for the new South Central Institute of Technology at Milton Keynes College.

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Throughout the ground floor of the Andrew Peck Building, a former campus library and now home to the South Central Institute of Technology, Motion and Vision carpet tiles from modulyss set a modern look. Chosen in the blue of 550 and charcoal of 991 colourways, the coordinating carpet tile designs feature in the open plan and classroom areas of this prestigious new space, a showcase for the college.

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Covering in excess of 500 m² of floor, Motion /// Vision is a mix & match concept that creates a sense of movement through dynamic texture and shifting pattern. Using in-house solution dyed nylon for a stain-resistant and lightfast floor, the carpet tiles deliver a high-quality finish. The combination was presented to the client among several options by Advanced Commercial Interiors, the fit-out specialist responsible for the refurbishment.

We were trying to achieve a modern looking interior using high-quality finishes with a ‘wow’ factor. We discussed several style options that would work well within the open plan and glass partitioned classroom layout, including contrasting colour fades, and presented several to the college. They quickly decided on the Motion /// Vision combination and are delighted with the end result.

- Roy Thompson, Advanced Commercial Interiors
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With a mission to inspire the next generation of digital visionaries, the South Central Institute of Technology is a flagship for Milton Keynes College. A consortium between Milton Keynes College and leading brands such as Microsoft, KPMG and McAfee, the institute was granted a £28m public fund to create a digital learning hub with state-of-the-art facilities.