Kingspan – the world’s largest manufacturer, supplier, and installer of raised access floor solutions – is launching a new range of architectural floor finishes at London Build 2018.
StoneWorks, WoodCraft and Resilient will deliver greater flexibility when designing first-class commercial spaces.
Integrated, bonded and overlay finishes include a wide variety of Terrazzo, Porcelain and genuine timber, all of which will be on display at Stand G10.
They will allow architects, designers and specifiers to elevate their interior spaces whilst ensuring practical access to the services underneath.
The Kingspan Architectural Finishes are:
Kingspan Access Floors provides effective and efficient systems for swift access to sub-floor service voids in commercial, education and data centre buildings.
The access flooring systems are practical applications by design, but the high-quality aesthetic finishes guarantee architectural intent is never compromised. This makes them the perfect choice for prestigious developments.
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