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Colour your space


Boss Design has launched a striking colour palette of painted frame options for its extensive range of commercial furniture. Offering endless design permutations, a choice of eight colours may be applied to the under frames, tables, legs, and arms of most of Boss Design’s upholstered seating


and table collections. The eight RAL colours include orange, black, white, purple, grey, green, blue and yellow. Designed to complement chrome and natural wood frames, the new options follow meticulous market research that has recently been conducted by the company.


Renderplas PVC shadow gap beads


Sleek minimalist shadow gaps create statement internal design elements, producing clean lines unimpeded by the traditional use of skirting boards, architraves and cornices. The features can be installed between walls, floors, skirting boards, windows, door frames and staircases throughout a building, or in specific areas such as hallways and kitchens to create maximum impact. Specified by architects and used by house builders, Renderplas PVC shadow gaps are less wasteful, safer and quicker to install than metal equivalents. The PVC is UV stable ensuring that large amounts of light from modern glass facades will not lead to discolouration. The profiles are durable and impact resistant; important when featured at skirting level where floor cleaning equipment might be in contact with the profiles. Renderplas supply two shadow gap profiles both of which are fully recyclable, a key feature for any low energy building solution.


01299 888333 www.renderplas.co.uk www.bossdesign.com Let sleeping dogs lie with Norbord


Norbord’s CaberFloor P5 – one of the UK’s most specified chipboard flooring products, has been upgraded to produce a high performance floor with reduced impact and airborne noise transmission. Called CaberAcoustic, the new product comprises 18mm or 22mm CaberFloor P5 chipboard with a 10mm acoustic felt


layer permanently bonded to the underside. CaberAcoustic is installed with the tongue-and-groove joints glued with CaberFix D3 adhesive and all perimeters of the panel sealed with acoustic flanking strips.


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