Designer Contracts is preparing for a staged return to work. The company is bringing some staff out of furlough, resuming vital fitting services, pushing ahead with plans to move into a new and much bigger head office facility and opening a third unit in Scotland.
Flowcrete is contributing to the latest interior design trend by providing artistic flooring that reflects the architecture of the host building.
Europe market-leading wood flooring manufacturer Kährs Group have introduced a range of new flooring designs during Munich’s BAU show in January. Innovative wood designs for 2019 were presented, including reclaimed-themed designs, ultra matt wood floors and a brand new ‘Boardwalk’ collection of modern rustic wood floors. However, stealing the show was the Group’s exciting launch of an entirely new product category - Kährs Luxury Tiles.
When space is a premium, it’s imperative to utilise each square metre to its absolute best. Situated in North and West London, two separate residential apartments received the Surface 360 touch by turning their shabby looks, into a contemporary refurbishment to be proud of.
We offer a wide range of premium, yet excellent value, flooring products that you won’t find in the typical outlets, such as DIY Stores and Builders Merchants. All boards are cut from excellent quality materials and are finished to a high specification, making them particularly suitable for projects that require durability and a luxurious touch. Some brief background on our key ranges is provided below. For more information please visit www.roundwood.com or call our sales team. Samples and a Timber Products brochure are also available.
Human-centred design isn’t a new concept, but with a growing body of research highlighting its important role in boosting workplace productivity, it has become a key consideration for architects and interior designers, writes Laura Light, Interface Concept Design Team Leader.
Recently, the colour grey has become increasingly popular in the design community, displaying on everything from furniture, wall décor, flooring and even the complete exterior of a building.
As the name suggests, timber-effect or wood-effect tiles are tiles, which look like wood but do not act like wood. Made from porcelain and used on both floors and walls, timber-effect tiles can incorporate a range of grain designs, natural irregularities and weathered finishes.
Anglesey’s new Menai Science Park, the first dedicated science park in Wales, required an iconic and modern flooring solution and consulted Flowcrete UK to help.
Kährs have launched a new Riba approved CPD seminar for architects, designers and trade professionals. The seminar, titled ‘Engineered Wood Flooring’ educates on the construction of engineered wood, and how the product can be effectively specified within both domestic and commercial projects. Environmental accreditations, install methods and examples of references are covered within the forty minute seminar.