London based architects Rivington Street Studio have recently enjoyed a dash of colour, courtesy of Polyflor‘s commercial vinyl flooring.
From the Bloc collection, the Soft Moss shade was opted for, adding a green glow to the studio, who specialise in architectural and landscaping projects for the housing, education, commercial, leisure and public sectors.
Manufactured in the UK, Bloc PUR allows for the creation of a complementary, tonal or harmonious interior design scheme, through the availability of 16 enticing colours; the Soft Moss shade ideal for adding warmth and earthiness.
Richard Trew, Associate at Rivington Street Studio, said: “We chose the Soft Moss shade from the Bloc collection as it gives our office a hit of bold colour without being too overwhelming or distracting for staff.
“The solid colour design looks contemporary and fits right in with our modern workspace.”
The Bloc colour palette features a range of greys, neutrals, pastels and brights, with the range available in a beautifully presented sampling package, which includes a brochure and a presenter.
Sampling can be ordered for free on the Polyflor website or through calling the Polyflor Samples Direct Hotline on 0161 767 2551.
Through the Recofloor recycling scheme, the Bloc PUR range is 100% recyclable and contains recycled content. To find out more about the Bloc PUR solid colour sheet flooring visit www.polyflor.com/bloc
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