Specification Magazine

July 2021

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71 Tessera Struktur 1 – pure, balanced and contemporary Tessera Struktur 1 is the latest addition to Forbo Flooring Systems' well-established carpet tile portfolio. Featuring a flat weave texture, thanks to its microtuft construction, the pure aesthetic of Tessera Struktur 1 is inspired by the growing trend for Scandinavian design. The collection will help to create a balanced ambiance within many interior spaces. Brand new to Forbo, the microtuft construction of Tessera Struktur 1 not only provides a subtle and compact aesthetic, but it is also durable. The collection is ideal for any environment that is subjected to heavy traffic, including those in the office, higher education, retail, leisure and hospitality sectors. Forbo Flooring Systems – Enquiry 94 Delight carpet tiles from modulyss have been used in the communal areas of Bronze, a high- end residential development in Wandsworth, London. Choosing Dawn and Gleam from the Delight collection by modulyss for the communal areas of Wandsworth's Bronze Building, Jigsaw Interior Architecture are proving that carpet tiles don't just belong in offices. Some 700m 2 of modulyss carpet tiles have been installed throughout communal areas and corridors, with the bronze colourways contrasting the white walls and reflecting the building's bronze-clad façade. Dawn in 82B was selected for the majority of flooring used in communal areas and is made from 100% regenerated ECONYL ® nylon. modulyss – Enquiry 92 Wandsworth's Bronze is a real delight London Bridge Station features Hunter Douglas London Bridge Station's £700m redevelopment features a blast-resistant ceiling from Hunter Douglas Architectural. The company was specified to supply 300m 2 of folded steel panel ceilings for the Kent Link escalator areas on two levels, providing better value for money than the original bespoke specification. Safety was all-important in this high-profile project and it enabled us to demonstrate the effectiveness of the Safety Loop system, which locks the panels in place but still enables maintenance staff to gain access when. The standard RAL white panels were made from folded steel panels of 497mm x 1490mm to give a 500mm x 1500mm module. Hunter Douglas Architectural – Enquiry 93 Back to the roots of flooring Clay and Clay Create are new styles in the Rudiments random lay carpet tile collection from IVC Commercial that takes interiors on a journey through the cultural significance of traditional flooring materials. F eaturing Jute, Teak, Basalt and the brand-new Clay and Clay Create, Rudiments is a unique carpet tile and plank collection from IVC Commercial. With a shared colour palette, modular options and designs that work beautifully together, Rudiments can respond to the design challenge of modern offices. All carpet tiles in Rudiments are made from solution-dyed nylon for hassle-free performance, meaning that designers can focus on the job in hand, delivering inspirational spaces that support the productivity and wellbeing of their users. Sharing a similar design, Clay and Clay Create carpet planks are made to work together. With the all-over look of Clay adding texture across large areas and Clay Create's ability to explore colour combinations that mark out activity or transition from one area to the next, it's a combination that makes powerful flooring layouts possible. The new 25 x 100cm plank format also means a perfect match to Rudiments carpet tiles, for even more creativity. The Clay carpet plank is inspired by mankind's crafting of the world's oldest known ceramic material, hand-shaped into the rudimentary building blocks that have protected us for centuries. With Clay Create, designs can embrace colour transitions that take on a playful element with a random lay pattern that echoes the material's artistic side. IVC Commercial – Enquiry 91 Floors, Walls & Ceilings

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