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James Latham sponsor Plywood Exhibition at V&A Museum, London

James Latham

James Latham has provided plywood for the interior of an exhibition about the history Plywood at the Victoria and Albert Museum. Plywood: Material of the Modern World 15/7/17 to 12/11/17, explores its innovative use in objects ranging from vehicles to furniture, and from architecture to graphic design. James Latham’s unrivaled knowledge and passion for timber, and in particular, its incredible history of selling this product over the last 250 years ensures close links to the exhibition. This includes supplying plywood for the manufacture of Spitfire aircraft during WW2 and Singer sewing machine cases.

Heise Architecture Office

Karndean Designflooring

Incorporating an award-winning friction backing, LooseLay is able to sit fl at, stable and secure with the use of only a light tackifi er, making it quick to install and simple to repair. When it came to the flooring, a warm earthy design complemented the extensive use of black stained plywood and provided the necessary neutral backdrop.

London King's Cross

Latvijas Finieris

The 5 year, £500 million restoration of the London King’s Cross Station roof completed circa. 2012 contains a 150 metre free spanning roof flooding the concourse below with natural daylight - an architectural achievement created using BB/BB grade Riga Ply birch plywood in 9mm, 12mm and 18mm.

Villa Cross Church of God Prophecy Auditorium Seating

CPS Manufacturing Co LLP

For the Villa Cross Church of God Prophecy building, CPS Manufacturing worked alongside the church and the architect to provide tailored seating for the auditorium. The church installed Asset A20 seats. These seats are covered by AIRO acoustics and noise control as well as being clad in plywood to effectively reduce sound absorption. There were nearly 1,000 auditorium seats installed with durable fabrics.

One Hyde Park

New Era Floor Systems Ltd

This prestigious residential development in Knightsbridge demanded the highest specification for all trades. New Era Acoustic cradle system was specified to conform to Document E regulation. The floor height was 125-165mm using a 46mm batten at 400mm centres with a 22mm T&G plywood glued and screwed to the battens. This gave a perfectly acoustically isolated sub-floor for the carpets and oak flooring to be fitted on

The Boat House, Portsmouth

New Era Floor Systems Ltd

Situated in Portsmouth Historical Dockyard, the Boathouse was a development that required an acoustic raised batten system for hardwood decking, Oak plank flooring and a plywood substrate for the 1st floor. New Era Cradles were specified to provide a finished floor height range from 74-190mm and was fitted at 400mm centres. This proved a versatile and cost effective way to overcome all the different levels

Leeds Beckett University Auditorium Seating

CPS Manufacturing Co LLP

Leeds Beckett University wanted an auditorium that could also be used for business events. CPS Manufacturing worked alongside the architect and university estates team to design, manufacture and install 250 Asset A20 chairs as well as the full steel tiering that the seats sit on. The seats are durable and reduce sound absorption due to their preformed plywood backs and bases, but also prestigious looking for business use.

Kurrawa Surf Life Club, QLD

Rondo Building Services Pty Ltd

Rondo and Allcoast worked together to achieve the curved corners in the feature ceiling. Although a great success, it was initially a tricky scenario to tackle due to the difficult shape that a tiered, KEY-LOCK Ceiling offers, including tight bends and corners. To form the curve in the ceiling, the contractor had to utilise plywood and cut to the same shape of the corner. Not only did this provide the desired effect, it added additional strength to the Rondo framework.

University of Hull Sports Centre

AAS Projects & Design Ltd

AAS Ltd were employed by Kingston Joinery Contractors to supply 1300 sq/m of White Beech Plywood Panelling to the Main Sports Hall. The panelling design comprised of solid panels together with slotted/drilled panels. The perforated panelling is designed to provide sound absorption to the sports hall and also to provide an aesthetic back drop. In certain areas, perforated panels are not used in the traditional sense of providing sound absorption, but, kept open to allow light through into the sports hall from the glass façade behind.

Princesshay Shopping Centre, Exeter

Sika Sarnafil

The £230m Princesshay Shopping Centre, in Exeter, officially opened to the public in September 2007, as part of the city’s biggest ever regeneration project, with over 70 shops, cafés and restaurants. The roof of the centre, installed when the building was constructed, had caused various problems throughout its life. A Sarnabar system in Lead Grey was chosen, with a T fleece between the composite deck and the mechanically fastened Sarnafil S327-18EL membrane. On a smaller roof with a plywood deck, Sarnafil G410-ELF, an adhered system with a fleece backing, was specified.

Kydex Case Study

James Latham

M Moser Associates, together with their joinery and solid surface manufacturer Interior Surface Specialists Ltd completed the interior fit our of Wipro Digitals new office in London in 2016. The designer wanted clean lines and a fresh, streamlined look, which mirrored the companies highly creative, digital edge. They originally chose a high pressure laminate, but finally decided on KYDEX® thermoplastic as a more versatile and durable proposition. The combination of crisp white KYDEX® and quality birch plywood edge detailing provided a minimal yet sophisticated look for all of the purpose made workstations.

Here East, Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, East London

Howe Green

Architect Hawkins\Brown specified Howe Green 7500 Series Medium Duty Stainless Steel Floor Access Covers for one of the office spaces within BT Sport located at Here East, the new digital quarter for East London. The covers were required to address the challenge of easily and safely accessing drainage junctions located beneath a raised floor system in the corridors of the building. The 7500 Series were specified with stainless steel Z profiles to provide additional support to the access cover within the raised floor. The access covers were initially covered with plywood and then infilled with a vinyl flooring finish.

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