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PROJECT REPORT: HEALTHCARE BUILD & DESIGN


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Newly built hospital uses Hunter Douglas


Hunter Douglas Architectural’s linear wood ceiling has been installed at a new £40 million hospital in London. Architect BDP specified the Siberian larch for the atrium at the Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital (RNOH) in Stanmore, and the global architectural products company supplied 278m2


in


random-length panels from 900mm to 2500mm, in 111mm module width. Juliette Halliday, national sales manager at Hunter Douglas Architectural, said its solid wood linear ceiling and wall systems are developed to maximise efficiency and is a popular choice for specifiers and architects because of the unique manufacture and fitting system.


01604 648229 www.hunterdouglas.co.uk Altro Orchestra looks the part in clinic


Altro Orchestra™ smooth flooring has been used to transform the eye clinic at Torbay Hospital, South Devon’s main hospital. The flooring, ideal for areas where comfort and sound reduction are important, was used to replace old carpet floor tiles that were no longer suitable. 2.85mm Altro Orchestra


has been engineered to create the ideal environment to learn and live. Low residual indentation facilitates the flexible use of equipment and furniture, including hospital beds. At the same time, the integrated impact sound insulation system cuts impact sound by up to 15dB.


01462 489 516 www.altro.co.uk


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