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104 INTERIORS


An Artistic Uncoupling of Tile at Tate Britain 1


,300m2 of Schlüter® -DITRA 25


uncoupling membrane is ensuring a crack-free finish for the tile within


2016 Turner Prize nominee Anthea Hamilton’s recent commission for the prestigious Duveen Galleries. One British artist a year is invited


to produce a new work for the signature space, which constitutes the heart of one of the UK’s most famous art galleries. Hamilton’s response, entitled ‘The Squash’, combines performance and sculpture in an immersive experience. The installation involved tiling the length of the Duveen Galleries. Contacted by curator


Linsey Young, Schlüter donated its market- leading uncoupling membrane for use beneath the white tiles laid above the galleries’ terrazzo floor. The Schlüter®


-DITRA


25 was installed and tiled over the days and weeks in the run-up to the exhibition opening on 22nd


March. Creating a striking


contrast with Tate Britain’s neo-classical architecture, the commissioned work will remain in situ until 7th


October, following a


six-month run anticipated to attract around 700,000 visitors. The project marks Schlüter-Systems’


second involvement with Tate Britain; in 2011, the company was engaged as part of a


£45 million renovation of the Grade II listed Millbank building, led by architecture firm Caruso St John. The renovation involved the creation of new education and events rooms, including the art gallery’s Djanogly café and opened in November 2013. DITRA 25 was again utilised, on this occasion for uncoupling provision beneath agglomerate stone or unglazed porcelain floor tiles, dependent on the rooms and areas in question. Cement-free tile backerboard, Schlüter®


supporting wall tiling in the WCs and kitchens; Schlüter®


in a number of variants, can be seen within the floors and walls of these areas, helping to maintain crack-free coverings. Whether supporting a renowned artist


through sponsorship or providing solutions for permanent features, Schlüter-Systems is delighted to play a role in the endeavours of Tate Britain. For more information contact Schlüter by calling or visit their website.


© Tate (Seraphina Neville) 2018 01530 813396 www.schluter.co.uk Terrazzo: The trend that stands the test of time


Recently it’s been seen as a one-hit wonder from the 70s, but terrazzo has in fact been a popular material ever since Ancient Rome and today it’s back among the top global design trends. Thanks to the versatility of seamless resin terrazzo flooring, it provides the designers of large commercial facilities with the opportunity to think of the floor area as one massive canvas. Getting creative with the aggregates added in the resin mix also gives designers the ability to tailor the shimmer and shine that’s achieved across the floor area. For example, crystal mirror glass, marble, flint, granite and mother of pearl can all be incorporated into a resin terrazzo floor. Thanks to its ability to transform an environment and provide an easy to maintain finish, Flowcrete’s seamless resin terrazzo range Mondéco has been installed in a long list of prestigious, high-end locations around the world. In 2017 Leicester Square Kitchen embraced a technological advance in the world of terrazzo. 100 square metres of Mondéco Rapide was applied in and around the restaurant’s central bar area. The floor was applied at night, which meant that by the morning it was sufficiently cured.


01270 753000 www.flowcrete.co.uk Bostik gets top marks for flooring


Bostik has supplied subfloor preparation and adhesive products for use at a primary school. Dave Wilson, Managing Director for Midlands Flooring, commented: “Having previously used Screedmaster Deep, we knew the product was


perfect for this situation and would perform to high standards.” The Bostik Screedmaster Flow levelling compound was specified as the site had a minimal water supply and the two-part product comes with a polymer liquid, making it much easier to work with. With exceptional flow and smoothing properties, Screedmaster Flow provided a perfect surface on which to lay the decorative floor coverings.


01785 272625 www.bostik-profloor.co.uk Matrix medium basin’s curved edge


The Matrix Medium basin from bathroom experts Pressalit Care provides invaluable support for the elderly and for those in a wheelchair thanks to two grab handles smoothly cast into the front of the basin. These handles provide a welcome grip for people transferring in or out of a


wheelchair, and a safe and secure support for those standing. Pressalit Care has thought of every detail to make this basin indispensable in the bathroom, whether it is to be used by a single user in an en-suite, or indeed in a multi-user situation in a care home or institution.


0844 8806950 www.pressalit.com


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