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70 INTERIORS


Interior Film creates the right image


The Pixel Business Centre in Essex was refurbished using 90 per cent recycled materials. Specialist contractor T6 used Interior Film, a self-adhesive architectural film from David Clouting, to restore 50 old wooden doors with metal and glass portholes back to life. T6 also used Interior Film to give a smooth seamless finish to the reclaimed plywood for the buildings’ cafe walls and bar area and the washroom/toilet


block walls. Interior Film, manufactured by LG Hausys, is quick and easy to install and can be applied to almost any interior surface.


www.davidclouting.co.uk ‘Best value’ pays all round…


Delivery of ‘best value’ is being given a new approach – at least as far as sanitary requirements are concerned. Under current Building Regulations, if space is a limiting factor in toilet provision, the acceptable ‘catch-all’ is to install a unisex, wheelchair- accessible toilet, to be available for use by


anyone visiting the premises. Closomat is urging providers to go a stage further, and include therein a little more space, a hoist and adult- sized changing bench. It delivers, the company maintains, best value in terms of space management, cost, and customer service.


0161 969 1199 www.clos-o-mat.com Raw beauty from Osmo…


Osmo UK, the eco-friendly wood and finishes experts, offers Polyx-Oil Tints Raw, a lightly tinted protective finish that provides an original, untreated appearance for wooden floors. Desired by many homeowners, this finish not only creates a sought-after look, but also protects the wood’s surface. It retains the natural beauty and


character of the wood in a perfect way. Easy to use and apply, Polyx- Oil Tints Raw is the ideal product for customers who wish to retain the wood’s original look. By accentuating the natural colour and grain of the wood, the surface appears as near to natural as possible.


www.osmouk.com Tranquilt utilised for ‘Gateway to Wales’


A three-storey apartment building being constructed at Sealand in Flint, has featured the use of Monarfloor Tranquilt acoustic membrane. As part of the extensive Icopal range, the


product played an important role in the multiple occupancy structure achieving compliance with Part E of the Building Regulations. In total 1200 square metres of Tranquilt has been installed. Monarfloor Tranquilt creates an acoustic isolation layer between a concrete subfloor and a floating screed to help specifications exceed the requirements of Approved Document E to the Building Regulations.


0161 865 4444 ww.icopal.co.uk


Signbox brings life and character


Signbox has printed and installed 39 graphic artworks at new Cardinia Real Estate UK properties in London. Cardinia Real Estate UK worked in collaboration with a number of artists to transform the buildings with colourful and distinctive artwork displays


throughout. Signbox digitally printed permanent wall art onto Digimura 2:1, a Class-O fire rated wall covering. Interactive wall art was printed using Teslaflex, a ferrous film with a high-grade flexible magnetic base and self-adhesive back that is durable, re-usable, cost-effective and can be installed on any flat surface.


01784 438688 www.signbox.co.uk Washroom gets excellent reception


Washroom Washroom, has designed and installed a striking bespoke reception desk along with new washrooms for an award- winning office development with ISG. The reception area at The Bower had to set the tone for the rest of the building and to


make a lasting impression on visitors. With this in mind, Washroom designed and manufactured a bespoke Corian reception desk to mirror the angular lines of the unique feature staircases in the build- ing’s central atrium. In addition, Washroom installed new male and female washrooms to three levels across four cores of the building.


sales@washroom.co.uk A world of colour


David Brailsford, Altro’s New Product Introduction Manager, looks at surfaces for healthcare around the world and explores the influence that climate and light. The healthcare sector has traditionally posed


challenges for designers when it comes to specifying materials that can be used on floors and walls. Products and finishes have to meet stringent criteria, including enhanced safety requirements, hygiene of the highest standards and legislative obligations. Thankfully, Altro now have a huge range of options that satisfy these requirements, whilst offering far more flexibility when it comes to aesthetics.


01462 489 516 www.altro.co.uk Original and contemporary designs


Design and Build firm, Oktra, recently specified a mix of Forbo Flooring Systems’ Tessera carpet tiles and Allura Flex Luxury Vinyl Tiles (LVT) for the refurbishment of Zebra Technologies’ new office space. From retro tetris style patterns to classic, yet contemporary chevron designs, the


creativity of the floor scheme led the project to being commended in the Fly Forbo 2016/17 competition. Forbo’s Tessera carpet tiles are renowned for their aesthetic styling and outstanding performance, even in the most demanding heavy traffic environments.


01773 744 121 www.forbo-flooring.co.uk/offices


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