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Procolor from VitrA Tiles – design your projects in colour!


The ProColor range from VitrA Tiles comprises contemporary and attractive colour options for today’s designers and specifiers. This range is ideally suited to the architectural specification market because it contains 38 RAL colours of fully-vitrified tiles, providing modularity and consistency for designers. The RAL system allows for standardisation of colour, including coordination and contrast where required. RAL colours in tiling allow architects and designers to coordinate colours throughout their residential and commercial projects and to build innovative and creative use of colour into their designs. ProColor includes all the most commonly used colours from white through different shades of green, red, greige, blue, lilac, brown and black. Tiles are available in a choice of modular sizes from 2.5 x 2.5 through to 30 x 60. All sizes, except 30 x 30 and 30 x 60, come in gloss, as well as a matt finish, and are in a non-slip format. The full range is available for immediate delivery from stock via VitrA Tiles’ distribution network. “Our competence to produce RAL colours is a big advantage that we can offer to UK specifiers,” says Ken Aston, UK & Ireland Sales Manager at VitrA Tiles.


01235 750990 www.VitrA.co.uk


Altro Ensemble brings design freedom to new mexican restaurant Altro Ensemble


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modular flooring system has been fitted in a new 76-seater Mexican restaurant in West Vale,


near Halifax, adding an edgy and stylish chic to a village that’s fast becoming a destination for diners and drinkers. Taquito’s Restaurant, Tapas & Tequila Bar is one of a clutch of new, sophisticated dining and drinking venues – benefitting from the vision of interior designer Vanessa Thornton, of Vanessa Thornton Interiors. She said: “The flooring was crucial to the new venue, because it needed to be stylish and gorgeous, working with the design themes, but also fit for purpose, hard wearing and practical.” Altro Ensemble modular flooring system is the next generation of luxury vinyl tiles. From colour blocking to geometric patterns, with a range of plank and tile sizes and textures, Altro Ensemble gives design freedom to create luxurious floors for commercial interior spaces. With 57 options to mix and match, the modular flooring system has natural wood and stone designs and bloc colours too. Vanessa adds: “Using Altro Ensemble flooring has really opened my eyes to what can be achieved with it, both in terms of the design possibilities, and also for durability and reliability.”


01462 489 516 www.altro.co.uk New collections from CTD Architectural


From hotel lobbies and restaurants to residential projects, encaustic and colourful tiles are being increasingly favoured by designers, specifiers and developers. New for 2019, CTD Architectural Tiles has introduced two new ranges to its extensive product portfolio – BeColors (pictured) and Meraki. Combining a multitude of colours, shapes, sizes and patterns, the new porcelain wall and


floor tiles are guaranteed to create statement features within any manner of commercial or residential space.


0800 021 4835 www.ctdarchitecturaltiles.co.uk Scottish school redesigns floor with Gerflor


St Columba’s is one of Scotland’s highest achieving schools, which is consistently ranked within the top ten independent schools in Scotland. Extremely high standards were therefore a priority when carrying out the two flooring renovation projects. The refurbishments included installing


200 sqm of Gerflor Taraflex Multi-Use (6.2mm) in Wood Grey in the hall and 100 sqm of Mipolam Elegance Raspberry Grey in the corridors, with both areas completed on schedule. Both Taraflex Multi-Use and Mipolam Elegance’s patented surface treatments also allow environmentally-friendly, low cost cleaning routines.


01926 622600 www.gerflor.co.uk Polyflor is proud to be green


Commercial and residential vinyl flooring specialist Polyflor, has recently published its 14th annual Sustainability Report which outlines the UK manufacturer’s environmental performance over the past year. The 114-page report gives a


detailed account of the sustainability milestones that Polyflor reached in 2018, delves into the company’s green credentials and explains how Polyflor is fully committed to producing environmentally preferable flooring, with a focus on sustainability through the six-step life cycle process. The report also highlights Polyflor’s involvement with charities and the local community.


0161 767 1111 www.polyflor.com/sustainability Affinity255 Propels Bar into 1960s


Ark Interiors’ objective to provide a nostalgic 1960s aircraft impression in keeping with the history and location at The Propeller Bar & Grill, Humberside Airport, was enhanced with the installation of Polyflor’s Affinity255 in the shades Dappled Oak, Flamed Chestnut


and Seasoned Grey Oak. Affinity was the ideal choice for the project that combines nostalgic features with a contemporary finish. This beautifully engineered collection of high design luxury vinyl tiles is developed for heavy traffic environments and is an eclectic mix of authentically reproduced wood plank designs.


0161 767 1111 www.polyflor.com


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