Bisset Adams London

2018 | London, UK
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Tarkett and Desso®’s Innovative Flooring Selected For Leading Architects’ Office

Working across more than thirty countries in Europe, Bisset Adams is an award-winning architecture and design
practice with its central hub based in the UK. To accommodate for the growing team of architects, interior
designers, project managers and brand specialists, earlier this year the London headquarters underwent a full
refurbishment.
 
As experts in the field, the Bisset Adams team managed the project themselves, and turned to Tarkett and DESSO
to supply the flooring, as they wanted to create a vibrant, yet functional design that would provide natural
movement between different areas and outline distinct zones.
 
Tarkett’s iD Inspiration loose-lay vinyl tiles and iD Square tiles were seamlessly combined with DESSO’s Fuse and
Fields carpet tiles to create a bold design using a variety of colours and textures.
 
DESSO’s Fuse and Fields carpet tiles were installed throughout the main office area, with light grey tones specified
for the desk spaces. Vibrant punches of yellow were placed alongside these grey hues, to brighten up meeting
rooms and create separate zones for collaborative spaces and breakout areas – defining corridors and meeting
points within the open-plan layout.
 
With such a large space to play with, we decided to opt for a variety of flooring textures and patterns to outline
separate zones with different uses. DESSO’s Fuse and Fields provided a unique fade-effect from grey to yellow,
that helped to create a natural flow connecting one area to another,” comments John Mgbadiefe, Director at
Bisset Adams. “We played with the Tarkett tiles to construct a modern and fun design for the social spaces, and
we were extremely happy with the final result.
 
Tarkett’s iD Inspiration loose-lay tiles were selected in a natural light wood-effect colour to create a warm and
welcoming look for the entrance and lobby areas. In the kitchen area, Tarkett’s iD Square tiles were specified
in a range of grey hues to complement the furniture and tie in with the company branding. The tiles were then
carefully positioned to create a contemporary pattern. The tiles were also treated with Tarkett’s Top Clean surface
protection for easy maintenance and extra resistance to scuffs, scratches and stains – achieving both practical
and eye-catching results.
 
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