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88 INTERIORS


Design and value objectives met at Vita Living Circle Square


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VC Commercial Luxury Vinyl Tiles have been specified at Vita Living Apartments, Circle Square, Manchester. Standing on a former BBC site, the new


Circle Square neighbourhood is at the heart of Manchester’s construction boom. As part of the development, Vita Living Apartments provides high-quality rentable accommodation and a superb range of amenities for tenants wanting vibrant city centre living. Luxury Vinyl Tiles from IVC Commercial


feature throughout Vita Living Apartments. Upon completion of the development, more than 50,000 m2


of Belgian-made Luxury


Vinyl Tiles will be installed throughout living areas, corridors and amenity areas. Following on from four other successfully completed projects, Vita Living’s own development team selected a range of authentic Luxury Vinyl Tiles that utilise a performance 0.55 mm wear layer construction designed for commercial environments – an


White Tulip from Duravit


White Tulip is the first complete bathroom range created entirely by Philippe Starck for Duravit. The elegant shapes echo the organic silhouette of a tulip in bloom. The design of the free-standing ceramic washbasin is particularly eye-catching


and the corresponding furniture is available in a choice of five high- quality colours or as a solid wood finish. Fitted with striking ring pull handles, the drawers feature a self-close action and there is automatic interior lighting when the drawer is opened or closed.


01908 286680 www.duravit.co.uk The allure of Aspen


As one of the UK’s leading designers and manufacturers of design-led, premium quality wardrobes, room dividers and dressing rooms, Draks optimises space wherever it is needed in today’s beautiful home. What’s more, every aspect of the


project is controlled by the in-house team in Oxfordshire – from design, through to manufacture and installation – and only UK sustainably-sourced materials, of the very best quality, are used. The Aspen collection of beautifully-finished, solid wood, wide frame sliding wardrobe doors is ideal for making a bold statement in the bedroom.


www.draks.co.uk


ideal balance between a design that creates a marketable interior and a finish that delivers excellent long-term value. For apartment living areas and bathrooms,


Moduleo 55 Woods was chosen to provide a home-like feel, while Moduleo 55 Tiles and Moduleo 55 Expressive were selected for amenity areas. Creating a stand-out feature around lift areas, Vita Living’s development team opted for Studio Moods in a small herringbone laying pattern.


The development team at Vita Living says:


“We wanted a floor that underlined our ethos of high-quality accommodation and IVC Commercial’s Luxury Vinyl Tiles supported that. The authentic look provides an important connection to natural finishes, while staying easy to care for which is an important consideration. The floor’s durability also helps to prolong replacement due to wear, helping us to provide investors with a building that delivers better value.” Moduleo 55 features 50% recycled content


from IVC Commercial’s in-house recycling facility and is made with renewable energy from the manufacturer’s own wind turbines. All raw materials are sourced from a 100% European supply chain for assured quality. Installed by Active Flooring, the


project demonstrates the ability of IVC Commercial to meet the service demands of large-scale projects.


01332 851 500 www.ivc-commercial.com Introducing the Superplan Zero


Superplan Zero, is the latest shower floor from Kaldewei and promises a completely floor-level finish. When creating Superplan Zero, Kaldewei took on board the wishes of their customer’s creating a product that is totally flat to the floor, with zero steps, zero edges, and zero compromises. Developed by


the award-winning Berlin product designer Werner Aisslinger the Superplan Zero maintains Kaldewei’s green credentials with its luxurious steel enamel base it is both durable and 100% recyclable.


01480 498053 www.kaldewei.co.uk Hunter Douglas metal ceilings showcased by OMA, supplied 4,600 m2


Hunter Douglas Architectural demonstrated why it is one of the foremost architectural global architectural products companies, when it supplied ceilings for a new £55m sports and science centre at one of the UK’s leading independent schools. For the common areas and classrooms, Hunter Douglas Architectural, which was specified aluminium open cell ceilings, Cell 40,


module 50, in panel size 600 x 1200 mm. These strong, lightweight tiles are produced from 100% recyclable 0.4/0.5 mm aluminium.


01604 648229 www.hunterdouglas.co.uk


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