Royal Infirmary in Glasgow gets balance atomic and strands carpet tiles
The potential to artistically develop interesting and motivating spaces using BREEAM A or A+ rated burmatex® carpet tiles has recently been exhibited in the renovation of the Glasgow Royal Infirmary, University Tower.
At this renowned teaching hospital Armitage Associates, Architects and Interior Designers have artistically embraced the unique coordination between burmatex®’s multiple product ranges to install an exceptionally distinctive flooring scheme.
Three burmatex® ranges, strands, balance atomic and balance, sit comfortably within the scheme to define multiple environments across the single area – spanning both a calm, sophisticated grey colour palette and a bold contrast of inspirational highlight areas in different concentrations of green and pink.
Considered areas in the simple shade of balance flint complement zones of the multi-tile design balance atomic storm, introducing a contemporary, linear style which is reflected throughout the project in blocks of colour and variety.
The refreshing highlights of lime and pink in strands five, strands ten and strands sixty infuse the hospital’s atmosphere with emboldening colours running throughout the overall design scheme, with a synchronicity which works to reveal the bright, fresh nature of building.
This distinctive design beautifully balances the open space to establish a defined office environment.