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INTERIORS


working with the Finishes & Interiors Sector Association to agree an effective and consistent measure. The outcome of this collaboration is seeking to identify a standardised solution that would not be misrepresented, would give manufacturers a ‘level playing field’ and would convince suppliers and installers. We are hopeful this will influence future industry standards and reduce confusion for buyers and specifiers in this market.


Trends


FIRE & SOUND This partitioning system provides high levels of fire performance and sound reduction while incorporating Crittall-style glazing


A client needs to feel confident that the product design is not only aesthetically pleasing and to the brief, but will also perform acoustically. Products are available for any application, and their performance is consistently measured and presented. This is the case whether they are single or double-glazed partitions for acoustic sepa- ration, or timber-framed systems reflecting a high-end opulent warmth, bespoke printed glass for privacy or fire-rated glass for escape routes. There’s also a great choice of products designed to enable ease of installation and personalisation of an area. One of the most


recent trends follows the industrial theme of Crittall-style glazing with a dramatic banded design. There’s also more choice in door opening systems, such as acoustic sliding doors that offer a better use of space within a room, as well as LED lighting solu- tions that provide added privacy through switchable glass that becomes opaque at the touch of a button. Consideration is given to make all these systems easily relocatable and modular in design, to assist in provid- ing a flexible workplace.


Kye Edwards is business development director of Ocula Systems


Manufacturers test their products to technical acoustic standards, but test results do not always reflect how the product will be used


Rhokett selects ISD Solutions


Specialist composite panel contractor ISD Solutions has completed the fit out of new high care production facilities for Rhokett, the rapidly expanding luxury high volume dessert maker. The new 1,410m² food processing centre at


Cranbrook, will provide Rhokett with further capacity to match high levels of demand. Under the £150,000 contract ISD Solutions’ Coldstore division was responsible for the design and ground floor fit out of the new warehouse, incorporating manufacturing and food preparation rooms, as well as cleaning, wash-down and lobby areas.


01452 520 649 www.isd-solutions.co.uk  New Frameless Grill for wetroom floors


CCL Wetrooms, one of the UK’s leading Wetroom Specialist have launched the latest development in Wetroom drainage – the new Frameless Grill – incorporating the minimal- istic beauty of a Stone-Infill Grill, but without the border of a metal frame. The new Frameless Grill, which only has a 5mm


shadow gap visible around the perimeter of the drain and no visible frame, has been designed to complement all brassware finishes and sanitary ware designs, including the latest in luxury boutique trends such as brushed nickel, copper and rose gold.


0844 327 6002 www.ccl-wetrooms.co.uk


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