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56 PROJECT REPORT: COMMERCIAL & WORKPLACE ENVIRONMENTS


Stunning new projects with elegant acoustic design


interior acoustic environment. Two recent Danish projects are the transformation of an old building into a car dealer’s offices for Karvil Biler, while the other is an extension of Randers Architects’ own headquarters into a mix of offices and exclusive residential units. Both projects use Troldtekt®


D line with


its perfectly symmetrical vertical lines to balance walls and ceilings with great


anish manufactured Troldtekt panels are commonly specified throughout the UK and Europe to improve the


aesthetics, conveying warmth and providing a modern look coupled with high performance sound absorption. For the Architects’ washrooms, Troldtekt®


line was chosen to add visual vibrancy to the rooms. It also exhibits different appearances depending on the angle from which the wall surfaces are viewed. The edges have been milled where the panels meet the ceiling, around electrical sockets and switches and also at floor level where bamboo skirting has been integrated. All have been elegantly cut to ensure a neat finish and fine detailing. In the car dealers, Troldtekt®


line was


selected in order to enhance and benefit the whole indoor climate. “We wanted to create a coherent look. The milled grooves have a visually calming effect and contrast well with the new raw concrete floor,” the project manager explained. Troldtekt®


line forms one of nine acoustic


solutions that make up the ‘design solutions’ range which combines the best ideals of


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With the help of Forbo Flooring Systems’ integrated portfolio of solutions, the Bioscience Filtration Division of Parker Hannifin in Birtley, County Durham, was transformed into a contemporary, uplifting and dynamic workplace environment. Labelled ‘Project Rejuvenate’, the scheme designed by Blake Hopkinson Architecture was awarded top marks in the annual Fly Forbo 2019/20 competition. On the ground floor in the reception area and general circulation spaces, the natural aesthetic with true to life embossing of Forbo’s Allura Flex Wood Luxury Vinyl Tiles (LVT) in Oyster Seagrass were installed to create a striking and sophisticated finish. Offering unprecedented dimensional stability, strength and performance, it was the perfect solution for the high traffic areas. The tackified loose lay LVT was also installed alongside Tessera Layout and Outline carpet tile planks in the meeting areas and open plan concourse, which leads off the circulation spaces, using the same tackifier and without the need for transition strips, enabling a seamlessly integrated flooring design.


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form and function. Founded on the Cradle to Cradle design concept, 100 per cent Troldtekt’s natural wood wool panels are manufactured in a new state-of-the-art production facility. With a variety of different surfaces and colours, they can be supplied in the FSC® (FSC®


100 per cent category C115450) contributing to a building’s


BREEAM, DGNB and LEED rating. In addition to their high sound absorption


and tactile surface, the panels offer high durability and low cost life cycle performance, as well as inherent sustainability. They are also a natural, breathable material which can absorb and release moisture, which is why they have been awarded an Allergy Friendly Product Award by Allergy UK.


01978 664255 www.troldtekt.co.uk


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