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INTERIORS; LANDSCAPING & EXTERNAL WORKS


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Street artist teams up with Formica Group


Okuda San Miguel is one of the most prominent contemporary muralists in the world and the first artist to team up with manufacturer Formica Group to create a limited edition line of laminates. Using Okuda’s


vision, standard, monochromatic hospital rooms were converted into spaces full of colour, positive energy and optimism. It was this success that influenced the decision to create the line of laminate panels with Okuda’s distinctive artistry. The Okuda panels are available in four exclusive patterns and three sizes which can be adapted to any interior or exterior project, ranging from small-to-large scale application.


0191 259 3512 www.formica.com GreenBlue Urban’s first ever showroom


Global Tree Pit innovator – GreenBlue Urban is proud to announce their first ever showroom in Farringdon, London – Located at 117 St John’s Road, EC1V 4JA. The London based showroom will be the only place in the UK to showcase a range of tree pit products that enable healthy


uncompacted aerated soil for extensive urban tree canopy growth. Products include; Soil Cells, Root Management, Irrigation, Aeration, Grilles and SuDS solutions. Working alongside our sister company Kinley the showroom will also display a range of outdoor inspired products to assist specification of edging, tiling and planters.


enquiries@greenblue.com


Flying high with HeartFelt®


ceiling award-winning HeartFelt®


Avolon Aerospace’s new global headquarters in Dublin is the first building in Ireland to feature Hunter Douglas Architectural’s award-winning HeartFelt® ceiling. The state-of-the-art HQ is designed to achieve LEED Gold accreditation for energy efficiency and environment design. Hunter Douglas Architectural’s ceiling panels were specified for the majority


of the open-plan office areas and boardroom by MOLA Architecture, who was so impressed with the quality of HeartFelt®


that it has already


specified it on a further two projects and Senior architect Dara Murphy says he is confident it will be used in further fit out schemes.


01604 648229 www.hunterdouglas.co.uk Installation of coloured shade sails & posts


In May 2019 Jeckells the Sailmakers completed an installation at Attleborough Primary School to create three brightly coloured mesh shade sails on green posts to match their drainpipes with yellow post bumpers to match their logo. The installation provides sun shade for the youngsters at the school and Jeckells’ project


managed the whole installation, including specification and installation of the posts. Jeckells’ do a lot of work for schools, understanding their health & safety requirements and working around the curriculum to make life easier for busy school administrators.


01603 782223 www.jeckells.co.uk


ADF JULY 2019


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