Armstrong Ceiling Solutions has recently moved offices, now showcasing its systems at its new European headquarters – Harman House.
Area designed and fitted out the new headquarters with B-H300 metal tiles on a 200m wide C-Profile grid in the reception area, MicroLook 8 metal lay-in tiles on a Prelude 15 grid in the breakout areas, and TechZone and Ultima+ mineral tiles in boardrooms.
Armstrong’s TrioGuard system also features in the reception and breakout spaces, to optimise acoustics and natural light whilst providing a high-performance dirt-resistant coating for metal ceiling tiles.
Project consultant Carl Burne comments: “We have used Armstrong ceilings on a huge amount of our projects and will continue to do as they are a market leader. At Harman House, the Armstrong products look great and have performed exactly as we had hoped.”
Armstrong World Industries Limited
1 George Street,
Uxbridge UB8 1QQ
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