Yorkshire Design Associates
Sealwise WCB (Waterproof Construction Board) is new eco-alternative to MDF, MFC, laminate boards and even plasterboard. Made in one piece, it has a foam core with a smooth, hard, PVC surface. The completely pore-free surface makes Sealwise an ideal material for cabinets and wall cladding materials in hospitals, surgeries, laboratories, washrooms and and schools. Watertight sealed joints mean no dirt and no germs.
Saracen Interiors has provided wide rage of services since 2013 to support the growth of Yum Restaurants in the UK. This includes fit-out projects, office moves, furniture sourcing and installation, power and data installations, garden and car park maintenance, and interior and exterior building repair work. Recent works include a bespoke learning zone fit-out at Yum’s UK headquarters in Woking as well as Yum’s Cardiff and Newcastle training facilities.
Saracen Interiors complete a £250,000 fit-out project for the reception area of a major environmental services provider in Hammersmith, while ensuring minimum disruption to the building’s existing tenants. Work included replacing ceilings and installing new lighting; new cladding and kitchen; replacing the revolving entrance doors; installing new furniture and TV system; plus installing a more efficient visitor pass system.
A stunning curved Welcome Desk for the London Design Festival at the Victoria and Albert Museum was constructed from a Deep Nocturne colour high-tech surface, manufactured with DeepColour technology from DuPont Corian. This was machined into a special design to create light and reflection from panels that Giles Miller Studio had generated with various levels of directional reflection inlaid into the surface.
London Design Festival 2013 offers a preview of the new embedded wireless charging technology from Dupont Corian at stand K300 at 100% Design plus the launch of new DeepColour Technology. The multi-faceted LDF information desk in Corian new Deep Nocturne, designed by Giles Miller Studio is also on show at the V&A Museum in London.