Desso are committed to delivering new and exciting designs through collaboration with their “Circle of Architects”. Their philosophy is to open the dialogue to those interior architects who are interested in the trends in floor design and how that flows through to their design solutions.
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Desso’s discussions are based around concepts involving new innovations and what creates emotion through shapes, textures & colours. Their signature approach is their ability to design new product with complementary ranges in mind. This is reflected in the ranges below:
The new Menda Pro has extended the colour palette beyond the original classic Menda, setting the tone for commercial interiors. Either as calm base for distinct interiors or as expressive element in defining a space, Menda Pro offers the best quality and design flexibility.
Stunningly different with its high, shaggy cut pile, Twist adds a new category to the Desso collection, providing an edgy design solution for office environments. Twist is a distinctive product, with complimentary colours that work in with other Desso ranges which helps designers to create surprising interiors.
Sand / Sand Stripe (Basic C2C)
Sand and Sand Stripe is a great example of Desso’s amazing ability to design with vibrancy and yet superb colour balance. The balanced colour pallet of Sand Stripe contains four neutrals in grey and brown/beige and blue, as well as more stronger and outspoken accent colours in green, orange and red. Sand Stripe also offers the possibility to make combinations with other products, creating accent areas/ borders or rug-like surfaces.
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