Flowcrete UK will be presenting a seminar at the Surface Design Show to keep visitors abreast of the latest developments in decorative resin flooring.
Running from the 4th – 6th February at the Business Design Centre in London, the exhibition focuses on showcasing the most innovative surfaces for the built environment available to architects, specifiers and interior designers.
The event includes discussions, interviews and debates on a range of topical subjects. Among these is the Light School, a new addition to the show for 2014 designed to educate architects on the best way to light their projects.
The Flowcrete UK seminar, taking place in the CPD Hub on February 5th, is part of the show’s programme of informative CPD tutorials, and will focus on the important factors to consider when specifying a seamless resin terrazzo floor for commercial developments.
From lifecycle costs to energy and performance benefits, the talk by Flowcrete UK’s Specification Manager Stephen King will include the information that specifiers and architects need to know when considering this type of flooring. This session will also further the personal development of industry professionals by helping them to accrue CPD points.
Flowcrete has built up a significant amount of experience applying seamless resin terrazzo floors, as its own system Mondéco has been installed in constructions around the world, including the Westfield London shopping centre, Disneyland Hong Kong and Alexander McQueen’s flagship Beijing store.
The Mondéco range offers designers a flooring solution that combines durability and an attractive appearance to create robust surfaces that have a luxurious, shimmering finish.
Many high-end projects have utilised Mondéco to install exclusive patterns, designs and effects to enhance the visual impact of their interiors. The eye-catching, hard-wearing credentials of this solution makes it ideal for withstanding the heavy foot traffic and demanding conditions of large-scale commercial environments.
Clients can choose from a wide range of colours as well as additional substances such as glass, mirror glass, marble, mother of pearl, granite and flint. This wide choice of colours and decorative aggregates provides a wealth of creative possibilities and allows designers to take a truly artistic approach to flooring.