Skrill reception area

White Core Compact laminate creates sleek reception area for Skrill

  • 2 Jun 2016

Clarke Rendall and GTA Interiors have provided a sleek and modern new reception area for Skrill’s Canary Wharf office using Polyrey‘s White Core Compact laminate.

Skrill reception areaThe technology company, situated in the centre of Canary Wharf, wanted its reception space to focus on modern clean lines with a twist as the main design elements.

Having considered the client’s requirements, Clarke Rendall specified Polyrey’s white core compact laminate from its Monochrom range for the desk to create a clean finish. The thick white core freestanding laminate is reinforced to resist high impact and stain and antibacterial treatment.

Along with the white core compact and HPL, Monochrome can be specified in a deep black core to ensure sleek and luxurious designs in three different textures.

Keiren O’Reilly of Clarke Rendall says: “Having used Polyrey a number of times in the past we advised GTA and Skrill to use their products as we knew the compact laminate would achieve the look and durability they wanted.

We tend to use Polyrey due to its durability and its versatility – the different environments where you can use compact and laminate materials are vast. The Polyrey products came on time and the quality was fantastic, and most importantly the client was delighted with the results.”

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