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MAKEOVER OF THE MONTH NO COMPARE!


Go Compare thank their stars that they went to Amtico! As part of this issues Makeover of the Month, Tomorrow’s Flooring takes a look at two of Amtico’s latest projects, from the 1950s style interiors at Go Compare’s new head office, to the ShowOffice of the design company in charge, Paramount Interiors.


Go Compare, Newport As the Go Compare brand has expanded, so too has its workforce, seeing the UK head office move to a new building in Newport. Local interior design firm, Paramount Interiors, were responsible for creating the ‘wow-factor’ around the building, from offices and break-out areas to the stunning new canteen. Amtico’s Signature Glint Void and Glint orb were used to


create the backdrop to the 1950s themed diner and break-out area.


Paramount Interiors Lead Designer, Ceri Bowden, commented: “We knew we wanted to use a vinyl tile to create the iconic 50s style diner theme, but the team looked everywhere for suitable black and white tiles and we couldn’t find anything else quite like Amtico. The shimmering


particles in Glint created depth and reflect light. They are undoubtedly unique and enabled us to deliver our design vision. We were so pleased with the final result, and because it’s Amtico, we are confident it will remain looking great for years to come.”


Hayley Parsons, Founder and Chief Executive of Gocompare.com, added; “I am absolutely thrilled


with the latest move to our new headquarters. Our offices in Newport provide a custom-fitted, state-of-the- art base for all our staff, as well as room to grow into as we continue to invest in and build our excellent team. It was also very important to me that the new premises reflected our company values and unique personality that blends technology and practicality with fun and openness.”


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