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Polyflor | Ambitious project brings envisaged office design together

A CATERING equipment and furniture manufacturer’s post-industrial office space has benefited from Polyflor’s vinyl floorcoverings.

Polish manufacturer Stalgast’s offices are based at Centrum Praskie Koneser, a complex of residential, corporate and leisure developments located on the premises of the 19th century Warsaw vodka factory, Koneser Filtration House.

To reflect Stalgast’s brand and product offering, architects MADAMA designed the interior of the offices using steel elements in the reception area, wall-panelling and a suspended ceiling, with blue tones from the company’s logo used throughout the space’s colour scheme.

Exposed brick and wooden elements were also paired with plants to add warmth to the room. However, a major challenge was to find a floorcovering that would match the industrial character of the building and office space, while also achieving what’s described as a high-quality aesthetic and performance.

Polyflor’s solutions were recommended to the Stalgast team by the MADAMA which was already familiar with the Polyflor Expona Commercial range. ‘A true symbol of quality and innovation, Expona Commercial enables designers to create smart and user-friendly spaces, which are also highly functional and durable enough to withstand high footfall,’ says the company.

‘In the form of luxury vinyl tiles (LVTs), the designs in the Expona Commercial range replicate the beauty of natural materials and are perfect for use in commercial areas. Tiles in concrete and wood patterns, in shades Cool Grey Concrete and Grey Limed Oak, were selected for the Stalgast offices to complement the existing design concept of the space and were configured to improve navigation and better highlight communal areas.’

Featuring a polyurethane reinforcement to reduce maintenance costs, the range also reportedly contains an average 40% recycled content, making it a more sustainable option.

Michal Sieja, regional manager Poland at Polyflor, said: ‘This was an ambitious project in a unique setting, and we were pleased to supply flooring products which brought the envisaged design together. Flooring is an important part of corporate and commercial settings; as well as needing to look fantastic and reflect a company’s existing brand, it must also be hard wearing and easy to maintain, given these spaces experience such high footfall, five days a week.

‘Thanks to the qualities of the Expona Commercial range, together with our business partner in Poland, Polflor Sp. z o.o., we were able to support MADAMA to add the finishing touches to their contemporary scheme and provide Stalgast with products that will see its offices look and perform brilliantly well into the future.’

Polyflor concluded: ‘Polyflor’s luxury vinyl tile range doesn’t only provide an extremely wide range of attractive patterns and unique formats, but also guarantees premium quality and high functionality. For Stalgast and MADAMA, they were the perfect finishing touch to the space’s wider design scheme, and also ensured comfort and safety throughout.’

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