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Hatton chair is strong, comfortable, light and stackable Hatton, KI’s newest UK designed and manufactured chair for education, was recently unveiled at Clerkenwell Design Week. Created for multipurpose, cafe and dining spaces, it is light, comfortable and stackable.


The elegant, streamlined silhouette of these chairs is created with a 100% recyclable, one-piece injection-moulded


polypropylene/glass fibre blend. Its built-in UV protection makes it suitable for indoor and outdoor use. Strong, comfortable and light, it is stackable to 8 high on the floor, or 16 high on its transport dolly. Its subtle curved backrest features an integrated grab handle to make the chair easy to move around and quickly reconfigure a space.


www.kieurope.com


Forbo provides sophistication for modern students


With standard repetitive fixtures and fittings no longer ticking the box for student accommodation design, Maxwell Green Design enlisted the help of Forbo Flooring Systems to breathe a new lease of life into the communal areas of iQ Student Accommodation’s property in Hammersmith, London.


The result is a contemporary and fun interior, which went on to be awarded the Highly Commended status in the Fly Forbo 2018/19 competition.


For more information about how Forbo can help you on your next student accommodation project, or to learn more about the annual Fly Forbo competition:


www.forbo-flooring.co.uk/flyforbo


Extra-strong Gyproc Habito plasterboard keeps building on track The construction of a new school in Southampton was kept on-track thanks to British Gypsum’s Gyproc Habito® plasterboard, which is capable of supporting 15kg per fixing without the need for specialist fixings or pattressing, simply using standard No 10. woodscrews.


Upon starting work on the £24m Bitterne Park School project, sub-contractors ACL Construction discovered that the original drylining specification was not sufficient to meet the school’s needs. A much stronger plasterboard product was required in order to support the variety of fixtures and fittings that would be attached to it throughout the school. British Gypsum came up trumps with its Gyproc Habito® plasterboard.


www.british-gypsum.com/ products/gyproc-habito


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