ISSUE OF QUALITY Bringing products ready to endure busy contract environments such as schools, healthcare locations, offices, leisure and retail; the floorwise stair nosings, PVC profiles, skirtings and trim collection covers every application. And with a helpful and portable sample presentation box that’s perfect for on- site use, floorwise is making it easy to specify the right product for the task.

With standard and heavy-duty gauge aluminium stair nosings in a range of infill colours and super grip slip-resistant insets, as well as PVC cove formers, capping strips and the Floormitre cap and cove system; the collection is ready to take on any challenge.

With the Q-Range of aluminium and PVCu stair nosings, floorwise can also cater for Building Regulations best practice, with PVCu treads across a broad range of LRVs in depths of 60mm-83mm. As well as flexible bevels, ramps, profiles and joints, and curvable PVC floor trims, the collection comes


SOPHISTICATION The London offices of Sanlam Wealthsmiths, a global private investment and wealth management firm, have been refurbished with carpet tiles and LVT from IVC Commercial in a scheme focused on a neutral palette with pops of colour and texture.

Designed by Oktra, the Monument Street offices of Sanlam are a showcase of the elegant application of different materials and finishes. From flashes of teal fabric task chairs in work booths to the matt black cupboards and oak slatted ceiling of the breakout, Sanlam is an elegant and sophisticated space that invites collaboration while appreciating the need for privacy and concentration.

IVC Commercial’s Popular Attraction carpet tiles were chosen for throughout the open working spaces. The understated organic design adds movement and interest across the floor and helps to designate circulation areas while supporting the scheme’s neutral palette in the greys of 924 and 959. Then in the breakout, Oktra’s Steffi Diola, opted for Moduleo 55 Expressive Jumble Stone.


with floorwise’s legendary quality and value.

Eliminating creases and kinks, providing better uniformity and speeding up fitting, the Floormitre system is a flexible cove moulding for internal and external junctions fully compatible with floorwise capping strips and cove formers.

Richard Bailey, Managing Director, said: “Ensuring our products offer contractors and installers reliability, quality and value has always been important to floorwise. It’s no different with our stair nosings, PVC profiles, skirtings and trims. We’ve made sure that every item is not only great value, but that it can be trusted to perform day-in and day-out – a must for any

contractor when choosing which products to use.”

Floorwise even offers a custom fabrication service through its network of distributors across the UK and Ireland. Including mitred nosings to suit any angle and curved stair nosings fabricated from on-site templates, the service is just another way floorwise goes the extra mile to ensure contractors can deliver a first-rate finish.

“The subtle colours and bold pattern of IVC Commercial’s Jumble Stone add a bit of fun to the breakout but still delivers the high-level sophistication that’s seen throughout the floor”, said Steffi.

As part of the Expressive collection, Jumble Stone is a high-performance LVT that stands out for its unique design approach. A mixture of randomised tonal geometric shapes, the vinyl floor tile uses IVC Commercial’s CIR (Cut in Register) technology for a floor with an authentic natural texture. Water-resistant and equipped with Protectonite for

simple cleaning, it’s perfect for busy breakout and kitchen areas.

Both Popular Attraction and Jumble Stone are made in Belgium to deliver a performance solution to the flooring challenges of today’s workplaces. Providing floorcoverings that withstand high levels of footfall and remain easy to clean, they have contributed to a successful scheme that has led to Oktra winning the contract for Sanlam Wealthsmiths 1,800m2

Bristol office.

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