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The Curve, Slough - Retractable Seating for a Multipurpose Community Venue

The Curve, Slough - Retractable Seating for a Multipurpose Community Venue

Audience Systems Ltd

At this community venue in Southeast England, we refurbished an existing retractable seating system to produce a dramatic change. Refurbishment has allowed the customer to transform the auditorium, but with less cost, use of materials, and disruption than replacing the whole retractable system. Use of vinyl fabric on the new seating also means that the auditorium is easier to sanitise.The Curve is multipurpose cultural destination in the heart of Slough, UK. As well as the auditorium (“The Venue”), this remarkable looking building houses an array of community spaces including a library, café, gallery, museum, learning spaces and register office. When The Curve was first built, Audience Systems equipped The Venue with a retractable seating system complete with benches. A few years later, the retractable platforms were still in excellent working order. However, the team at the Curve wanted to upgrade the auditorium in order to increase The Venue’s attractiveness as a theatre, and bring in more events and bookings. The Curve approached the Audience Systems aftersales team to refurbish the existing retractable platforms and fit them with chairs in place of benches.Keeping the existing retractable understructure, Audience Systems’ after sales team devised an upgrade package to give the platforms a “good-as-new” look. They stripped and replaced decks and steps, and swapped the benches for 174 Evolve High Back chairs. The chairs not only look fresh, they also offer outstanding support. Upholstered in a vinyl fabric in four restful shades, the chairs can be cleaned with most household cleaners. With its unique colour scheme of four restful shades, the new seating looks welcoming too.The team also added grab rails beside the aisles to help less mobile spectators to move more confidently around the auditorium. These don’t have to be removed before the retractable platforms are closed – they can simply be folded down onto the steps.The team at The Curve are delighted with the transformation. Leo Yousef, Hubs and Community Buildings Lead said, “The refurbishment really looks nice – we’re very pleased with it! And working with Audience Systems has been a very good experience.”  Evolve is a new chair design from Audience Systems; a modern take on our classic and popular Espace chair. Like the Espace, Evolve folds into a very small space when unoccupied, creating ample room for people to pass in the aisle. It does this without sacrificing seated comfort or style! Evolve is suitable for use on retractable platforms, as a fixed chair, or as a removable chair (as seen in the front row here at The Curve). Photographs by Mark Cameron
Key Assets Office Installation using Rawson's Carbon Neutral Fanfare Nylon Carpet Tile.

Key Assets Office Installation using Rawson's Carbon Neutral Fanfare Nylon Carpet Tile.

Rawson Carpet Solutions Ltd

Rawson’s Fanfare range has been chosen in 2 distinct colours for the Key Assets office project in Birmingham. The result is a covering which meets the planned aesthetic and offers a soft, quiet and comfortable surface. Rawson Carpet Solutions have been supplying the office and Education sectors for over 50 years. As the markets have evolved, so too has the product range and customer support. Hannah Sidley of CB Interiors stated: ‘We were looking for a heavy contract carpet which worked with our design concept portraying a contemporary look. The Fanfare Range supplied by Rawson carpets provided this, being solution dyed nylon and with BRE A+ environmental accreditation. Plus being fully supported as a UK manufacturer we were confident about meeting the deadline as the supply wouldn’t be an issue. Fanfare is a range that can be laid tessellated or broadloom, the result is a tile which offers the aesthetics of a seamless, monolithic floor. The sinuous look complements the space and offers great durability with castor chair resistance. The contract carpet tile is constructed using high grade solution dyed nylon and as such offers great cleaning results. Rawson values the Environment. All considerations for ethical trading down the manufacturing and supply line and the responsible choice of REACH compliant materials is paramount. In addition, carpets are provided with the BRE Green Guide Individual assessment, achieving A+ and this offers clients the assurance of an environmentally conscious product and manufacturer. Indeed there are products in the range that are fully recyclable. WE Rawson, A UK Company since 1865, is ISO9001:2015 accredited with 3 divisions and a heritage past as a reputed long standing privately owned UK Manufacturer.
High-level Sophistication at Sanlam Wealthsmiths

High-level Sophistication at Sanlam Wealthsmiths

IVC Commercial

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. Throughout open working spaces, IVC Commercial’s Popular Attraction carpet tiles were opted for. 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: “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,” explains 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 floor coverings 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. For further information, www.ivc-commercial.com
Creating an acoustically balanced office of the future for 22 Bishopsgate workplace wellbeing 'mecca'.

Creating an acoustically balanced office of the future for 22 Bishopsgate workplace wellbeing 'mecca'.

Oscar Acoustics

Tallest tower in London’s financial district uses market-leading SonaSpray for acoustic perfection.As well as dominating the skyline of London’s financial district with its striking 23-sided glass façade, 22 Bishopsgate has not only rewritten the rules of what a modern office space should look like but also how it sounds. Having become a ‘mecca’ for workplace wellbeing, putting individuals and employees at the heart of its design, it was important that the spaces sounded as good as they looked. With acoustics playing a leading role in delivering overall comfort to a space, partnering interior design studios DesignLSM and The Morris Project turned to experts, Oscar Acoustics, to control sound levels within its buzzing food and dining area - ‘The Market’ for pitch-perfect ambience.  Known as the ‘foodie heart’ of 22 Bishopsgate, its selection of bustling food counters makes it a hub for workers looking to drink coffee, take lunch breaks and host meetings. However, being a lively, open hospitality space, the clink of cutlery and energetic conversation would mean that the café space was at risk of excessively high noise levels, which left unchecked would create an uncomfortable drinking and dining experience for guests.  Karen Taylor, DesignLSM’s lead designer, said: “Providing a healthy environment that would enhance the physical and mental wellbeing of those working in the building was a top priority when designing the 20,000sq ft space. The building itself includes triple-glazed windows to reduce outside noise, but it was important that the internal acoustics were just as well considered to compliment the sense of balance and harmony throughout.  “As a multi-purpose space, The Market area is a dynamic part of the building where the Bishopsgate community can unwind, dine and socialise. Whilst the area needed to have a spirited ‘buzz’ to it, there would also be guests that wanted to relax and recharge, and therefore considering the people and their needs was always at the forefront of our design strategy.” As The Market includes an array of hard surfaces such as tables and chairs in-line with its open dining aesthetic, a solution was needed to counteract noise reverberation and echo, which causes sound levels to climb. To remedy this, DesignLSM turned to Oscar Acoustics’ SonaSpray acoustic spray range. Once applied to ceilings or walls the seamless acoustic finish absorbs sound energy instead of reflecting it, enabling designers to create serene and inviting spaces. In this case, its SonaSpray fcx acoustic plaster finish was used to reduce overall noise for a more calming atmosphere. With strict building deadlines and restrictions to adhere to, SonaSpray was also chosen for its efficiency as it can be applied quickly with minimum disruption, allowing work to continue as promptly as possible.  Importantly, it was Oscar Acoustics’ third-party safety certifications that caught the eyes of designers. With such a large building to consider, fire safety had to be a number one priority. With fire credentials that go above and beyond Approved Document B fire requirements (Class 0 to BS476 & B-s1, d0 fire rating), the SonaSpray range produces little to no smoke and absolutely no droplets – which can assist in the safe escape of occupants should an event occur.  As the first building in the UK to apply for the WELL Building Standard, the premium acoustic spray was a perfect fit due its contributions towards many sustainable design and health certification systems including WELL, BREEAM, SKA, Living Building Challenge and adds up to 17 points towards the LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) rating of a project. It also boasts GREENGUARD Gold certification which shows it has met some of the world’s most rigorous and comprehensive standards for low emissions of VOCs into indoor air, aiding in the creation of healthier indoor environments. Ben Hancock managing director at Oscar Acoustics, said: “22 Bishopsgate has raised the bar in office design and it’s a real feather in our cap to be part of such a pioneering and monumental building.  “When we were approached about the project, we jumped at the chance. The design ethos of 22 Bishopsgate aligns closely with our own values – putting employee wellness and comfort above all else.  “It’s clear that our experience working on some of the UK's biggest office refurbishments has been put into action, encapsulating future thinking around work/life balance, to create a dining destination that offers maximum comfort without comprising on design. “We know from our own independent research that excessive levels of noise are a major deterrent for workers who want to embrace hybrid working – but this building proves that if it handled correctly, it’s possible to create a space where employees want to revisit time and time again.”Image credits to Tom Meredith Photography.
GKD: A little closer to heaven

GKD: A little closer to heaven

GKD - GEBR. KUFFERATH AG

Commissioned by 30 member states of the European Union, the European Organisation for the Exploitation of Meteorological Satellites (EUMETSAT) monitors the climate and weather. In light of climate change, the data it collects using complex satellite systems is becoming increasingly important. The growth of the organization associated with this is reflected in the continuous expansion of its HQ in Darmstadt. The construction of a new six-floor office building also includes a canteen for all employees working at the location. This canteen gets its unmistakable face from a lamella-style suspended ceiling made of golden PC-ALU 6010 aluminum mesh from GKD – GEBR. KUFFERATH AG.Modern weather forecasts today have little in common with traditional country weather lore. Satellites make it possible to monitor the climate and weather on a global scale. The data collected is then used to keep authorities, citizens and companies up-to-date with the latest developments at all times. In Europe, EUMETSAT monitors the atmosphere, oceans and earth’s surface around the clock and then transmits the data to the participating EU member states. Established in 1986, the organization opened its headquarters in Darmstadt in 1991. However, ever increasing requirements and staff numbers meant that the operation quickly outgrew its original space. A six-floor office building with 160 workplaces represents the final phase of a whole range of extensions and new buildings. Following a construction period of just 18 months, around 100 employees were able to move out of their temporary container offices and into the new building costing around €10 million, while a further 60 new employees are set to follow. The shape of the new building, designed by Pielok Marquardt Architects from Offenbach, is a mirror image of an existing building. Beside excellent energy efficiency and multifunctionality, the new building is characterized by transparency and modern design. Four office levels offer versatile space with transparent partition walls for any desired arrangement – whether open space, combination offices or classic cubicles.Functional division – exceptional aestheticsThe ground level comprises two separate functional units that can be accessed via separate entrances. Beside a control center for a new satellite program, this is also home to the campus kitchen with connected canteen for the workforce at the location, which has now grown to include around 600 employees. The kitchen has been designed to provide 410 meals a day and the canteen offers 250 seats. The mullion-transom facade also ensures that the room is flooded with light. Carefully chosen furnishings divide its area into various acoustically optimized zones. The white of the desks and chairs is picked up by strips in the glossy flooring and the cladding of the food counter, pillars and supports. In the central zone, bright red benches with high, sound-absorbing backrests offer a vibrant contrast. The color scheme is rounded off by the warm brown of the stone floor and the wooden acoustic cladding. However, the striking element in the room is the suspended ceiling, made from 400 square meters of golden aluminum mesh. Its 120 elements with a blade-type design mimic the appearance of sunshine in the canteen with their discreet shimmer. LED lighting strips further underline this impression. At the same time, the mesh conceals the ventilation technology with incoming air outlets on the element frames. As a result, the accessibility of the woven ceiling elements was among the key requirements for GKD. The planners opted for a particularly open mesh design in the form of the PC-ALU 6010 mesh with various warp and weft wire thicknesses. The function and aesthetics of the ceiling mesh thereby provide the desired high level of comfort in the canteen, while also making the room a unique feast for the eyes.
Talking chairs at Chester Zoo take you to a whole new world with MEDITE® TRICOYA® EXTREME

Talking chairs at Chester Zoo take you to a whole new world with MEDITE® TRICOYA® EXTREME

MEDITE SMARTPLY

Chester Zoo’s Wild Worlds Festival is officially open, bringing a new twist to teaching children about the animal world with nine interactive installations, including three giant talking chairs made from MEDITE® TRICOYA® EXTREME (MTX).
BE Offices

BE Offices

Scanomat UK Ltd

Premium TopBrewer coffee experience at 6 co-working sitesBE Offices own and operate over 700,000 sq ft of flexible office space across London and southern England, designed to the highest spec to create corporate-class facilities and service in a professional working environment.BE Offices installed TopBrewers and TopWaters across 6 sites to deliver a top-quality beverage experience for staff."Our clients love our pro-working business lounges with their TopBrewer coffee machines, so much so that this is now an integral part of our model going forward for all refurbished space."
Sykes Cottages

Sykes Cottages

Gresham Office Furniture Ltd

Brief:They had outgrown their current office and were also in two locations so wanted to join the offices together. This would then encourage flexible working, enable flexible meeting areas, offers generous breakout spaces and also give them room to expand.
Offices Becherovka

Offices Becherovka

Forbo Flooring Systems

Our Allura Flex luxury vinyl tiles have been used to great effect in the new offices of Becherovka in the Centrum Stomovka shopping mall in Prauge. Becherovka is part of the Pernod Ricard group, one of the largest producers of spirits and wine in the world. CAPEXUS was given the task of creating an office with a more distinctive and prestigious appearance, one that would be comfortable, feature interesting materials and, last but not least, be practical. The unifying element of the new offices is a more industrial concept. Not to be overlooked is the open ceiling with its visible concrete beams and ducts. The exposed materials in combination with the wooden furnishings and Forbo’s Allura Wood and Material luxury vinyl tiles create a pleasant atmosphere for work, business meetings in the conference rooms and relaxation.
CornerBlock Offices

CornerBlock Offices

Gerflor Flooring UK Limited

Corner Block is a high quality and prominent multi-let office asset located in the bustling centre of Manchester. When the design studio, appointed by the developer APAM, required the highest quality flooring for the workspaces within the office areas, they turned to international flooring specialist Gerflor to assist with the much-needed refurbishment. Gradus new Lunar Carpet tile collection in the ‘Moretus’ design was specified, with over 300m2 installed suiting the complex and its users perfectly.
THE OFFICE GROUP

THE OFFICE GROUP

Ted Todd Fine Wood Floors

The Office Group designed their newest location at Victoria Station for their design-led workplace offer. Shed, who were tasked with designing the art-deco space, approached us to supply the flooring, and had a strong idea of what they wanted from the beginning. Ground and mezzanine floors provide linked drop-in work space, particularly suited to The Office Group’s members arriving or departing from Victoria Station. Darwin, with its tight grain and warm tone, was ultimately specified in a herringbone format, and has been paired with rich jewel-toned velvet upholstery for a warm and sophisticated space.
Registers of Scotland

Registers of Scotland

Gresham Office Furniture Ltd

Brief: The Registers of Scotland Flagship Office wanted an open-plan environment for 200 employees incorporating 170 positions of desking, meeting areas, board rooms and break-out areas.
Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine

Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine

Gresham Office Furniture Ltd

The learning and teaching activities in LSTM are diverse and wide-ranging, including the prestigious Masters programmes continue to attract highly-motivated students from around the world. Our works in the building included 5 floors themed meeting rooms, along with general office space and laboratories.
Met Office

Met Office

Briggs Amasco Ltd

In September 2003, the Met Office moved its headquarters from Berkshire to the purpose-built £80 million structure designed, built and managed by a G4S-led consortium. When a number of louvres on the east and west elevations of the 57,000m2 headquarters began to show signs of failure, G4S appointed BriggsAmasco to supply and fit a new system that would combine airflow efficiency and rain defence.
The Office Group

The Office Group

Zip Water

Launched in 2003 by Olly Olsen and Charlie Green, The Office Group pioneered the concept of shared workspace in response to a fast-changing commercial world. Today the company boasts 17,000 members and over 40 locations, 31 of which are in London. Beautiful workspaces and vibrant communal areas foster creativity and collaboration among members, from app creators and entrepreneurs, all the way to financiers and architects.
Moneypenny HQ, Wrexham - Case study

Moneypenny HQ, Wrexham - Case study

Gresham Office Furniture Ltd

“Rip up the rule book and create a space that inspires” – this was the brief for the new 91,000 sq ft Moneypenny Headquarters in Wrexham. The building brings staff from five offices under one roof and features a village pub, stadium seating and a treehouse boardroom. https://www.dropbox.com/sh/dh5vphfmvdyjt93/AABqtUaSXhtS6zDlhhUGpebpa?dl=0
Thomas & Adamson office

Thomas & Adamson office

Karndean Designflooring

When property and construction consultants, Thomas & Adamson, wanted to adopt a new way of working with a more flexible mix of home and office based working, it was clear that a different office layout would be needed.To facilitate the move to a hybrid working model, Form Design Consultants were appointed to refurbish the Edinburgh and Glasgow offices. The aim was to create a welcoming environment which would improve productivity, creativity and staff wellbeing by offering structure, sociability, independence and flexibility.
Skanstes City Offices

Skanstes City Offices

Forbo Flooring Systems

Skanstes City is a brand new, multi-modal campus that provides retail areas and office spaces to many small and large businesses. The Skanstes City believes that the office today is not a coercive tool to control employees, but a convenient, practical and pleasant place to go to work in simpler and more efficient conditions than at home. The Skanstes campus has many public spaces with great design and dedicated recreational areas.Forbo’s Sarlon acoustic vinyl, Tessera Cloudscape carpet tiles and Flotex flocked floors provide a professional and modern look to the various office spaces and contribute to a pleasant working environment.
Municipal district office

Municipal district office

Forster Profile Systems (UK) Ltd

Project: Municipal district office, Vienna, Austria
Hereford Offices

Hereford Offices

Bathgate Flooring Ltd

New Purpose Built Premises For Acticare. This new build site offers Acticare facilities three times larger than they enjoyed before. 2596m2 of offices, workshops, product display and ancillary areas in the Hereford Enterprise Zone. Bathgate Flooring were pleased to be a part of this project. The Project – Raised Access Hereford Raised Access Flooring for this Hereford project included supply and install of 687m² of Flooring. This building features Raised Access Flooring Panels supplied and installed by Bathgate Flooring Ltd Contracts Division. These panels are manufactured in our own facility in Hereford under the brand of Permaflor.
Corsham Street Offices

Corsham Street Offices

Paxton Access Ltd

Paxton10 Provides Expandable, Cost-effective Security Solution for Newly Refurbished Offices.The Corsham Street building in Shoreditch, East London has recently undergone an extensive refurbishment and modernisation by its owners. The site currently functions as a multi-occupancy space, housing a gym and multiple offices. These spaces are rented on short or long-term contracts to a variety of businesses.
Mills & Reeve Office

Mills & Reeve Office

Forbo Flooring Systems

The prestigious law firm Mills & Reeve has refurbished its Norwich brand to create a smart office environment that incorporates a homely feel, using three shades of Allura Wood LVT from Forbo Flooring Systems. Mills & Reeve's new office was designed by architects Feilden + Mawson and has subsequently won the Highly commended prize in Fly Forbo 2017/2018.
Santander Bank Office

Santander Bank Office

Saint-Gobain Ecophon

Banco Santander, one of Spain’s largest banks, decided to refresh their corporate image and refurbish their establishments into a more modern and open environment. The goal was to create “The Office of the Future”; an office with a more accessible, agile and friendly atmosphere. This was practically achieved by eliminating architectural barriers and thereby creating a more open working environment. This enabled a more personal interaction with their clients, and the chance to better nurture a long-term relationship.
University of Gloucestershire

University of Gloucestershire

Gresham Office Furniture Ltd

Brief: Part of a £20m development, the new building is used for a number of purposes: As the Business School, it is part of the University and is expected to bring an additional 2000 students to the University. It contains all the necessary educational facilities. There are teaching areas, both for large and small groups, with quiet areas which are conducive to solo study, a number of leisure and relaxation areas, administration offices, as well as a spacious cafeteria.The aim of the school is to inspire students to be active participants in business, rather than observers, by providing a shared space for academics, students and enterprise, where everyone can learn from everybody else.
Dock Office, Salford

Dock Office, Salford

Technal

The re-development by Liveman Properties has converted the Dock Office into a mixture of one, two and three-bedroom apartments, with an additional 14 new duplex apartments constructed on the existing building roof. DV Architects, Liverpool, specified Technal’s MX Toggle Glazing curtain walling for the steel frame extension and Technal FY65 windows. Architect Billy Hodge commented, “The Dock Office is a local heritage asset and great care has been taken to make sure that the character of the building is not altered.
Sberbank Main Office

Sberbank Main Office

Saint-Gobain Ecophon

Project: Sberbank Office Country/city: Russia / Moscow Architect: Aurora and IND Architects Photographer: Olga Melekestseva Production year: 2016
Amtico Coventry office

Amtico Coventry office

Amtico International

A refurbishment at Amtico’s Coventry Office, which is home to its design team and specialist manufacturing facility, provided the perfect opportunity to showcase the company’s flooring expertise and product variety.
Office building Temse

Office building Temse

EQUITONE

Situated between Antwerp and Ghent, this new build office in the town of Temse was finished with EQUITONE [tectiva], arranged in variously sized and placed panels, giving a contemporary, but minimalist finish to the building.
Office for National Statistics

Office for National Statistics

EQUITONE

A tri-coloured, retrofitted facade was created for the Newport headquarters of the Office for National Statistics (ONS). This unique and striking rainscreen facade was achieved using 6,800m² of EQUITONE [natura] in a combination of colours and panel sizes.
Castlebar Government Offices

Castlebar Government Offices

Bauder Ltd

The roof area of this government office building was complex due to expansion joints, air conditioning units and intricate detailing requirements. Work hours had to be agreed with the client to keep disruption to other ongoing work at the site to a minimum.
Lombard Street - Offices

Lombard Street - Offices

Aspex UK Limited

Lombard Street is situated in the centre of the capital’s banking district, designed to be a highly-sustainable commercial office development sitting in 58,000sq feet.Location: LondonContractor: ISG ConstructionArchitect: TP BennettAspex supplied: Novista Riser Steel Doors & Novista Riser Timber Doors. 
Lifting the lid on hygiene in offices

Lifting the lid on hygiene in offices

Geberit Sales Ltd

What has been the true impact of 12 months of remote working on UK office staff? A recent YouGov poll by bathroom designer and manufacturer Geberit shows a workforce missing their colleagues and longing for a return to face-to-face meetings. With more than half of us missing the work-life balance that the office offers, its findings also reveal very little resistance from staff when faced with the prospect of a return to the office. Here, Sophie Weston, channel marketing manager at Geberit, reveals more about its insight and the impact of hygiene in the office moving forward – especially the washroom.
DENMARK’S OFFICE OF THE YEAR

DENMARK’S OFFICE OF THE YEAR

Troldtekt A/S

Troldtekt’s acoustic wood wool panels have helped interior design company Ambiente to win Nohrcon’s annual Danish ‘Office Building of the Year Award’ with its own office in Skanderborg, Denmark.  Created in collaboration with architect Ardess, the new 11,500sqm headquarters for this well-known interior design and exhibition stand company has unique features set within a raw and rustic environment and behind a minimalistic black steel façade. The centrepiece of the office is a 1,000sqm open external atrium which is overlooked by every department to develop a sense of bonding and equality between the tradespeople in production to the designers and sales team at their desks.  “The goal was to create something unique where high ceilings and spaciousness within a raw concrete frame would be a source of inspiration for both employees and clients,” says Ambiente owner and creative director Michael Skjodt. Consequently, the decor and spaces are designed to release creative ideas and build them up together with the customer.  The result is raw concrete floors and walls with 6.5m high ceilings contrasting against 18 staggered White City cubes, as they are called. These bright white rooms are used to stimulate creativity from meetings, exhibitions, showrooms and offices.  Black painted Troldtekt acoustic ceiling panels which have a natural rugged and uncomplicated appearance are used throughout the open areas and, when combined with long and heavy curtains, give the space an intimate and quiet atmosphere. These are complemented by white painted acoustic panels lining the ceilings and overhangs of the Cubes to maximise their brightness.  Specified throughout the UK and Europe, the benefits of 100% Troldtekt natural wood wool panels include high sound absorption, high durability, natural breathability, low cost life cycle performance and sustainability. Available in various sizes and in four grades from extreme fine to coarse, the panels can be left untreated or painted in virtually any RAL colour.Samples, case studies and technical information are easily sourced from tel 01978 664255 or from www.troldtekt.co.uk. More information on Troldtekt’s Sustainability and environmental policies can also be found on www.troldtekt.com/Environment-and-CSR
Oktra offices Case Study

Oktra offices Case Study

Amtico International

When award-winning office design company Oktra moved to its new HQ in London, Amtico’s Signature and Spacia LVT collections were chosen to create talking points in the multifunctional office meets showroom space.
The Sorting Office, Dublin

The Sorting Office, Dublin

Akzo Nobel Powder Coatings Ltd

Completed in July 2020, The Sorting Office has been designed and constructed to the highest sustainable standards achieving LEED platinum certification.The development is articulated with design features that add visual interest and assert a clear geometric form. The material palette of the facade consists of perforated aluminium brise-soleil fins applied in a fine texture metallic powder coating that are strategically placed to minimise solar gains.Finish: YW387I Ordos Sable
Your office can be anywhere

Your office can be anywhere

Blum UK

Ideas for space-saving furniture for your home office.

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