osaka carpet tiles fitted at the Wolfson Centre in Bradford Hospital
Earlier this summer, Bradford Hospital had opened their newly built Wolfson Centre for Applied Health Research. A new Yorkshire centre set to improve the health and wellbeing of children and the elderly. The Wolfson Centre for Applied Healthcare Research has been built at Bradford Royal Infirmary and brings together clinicians from Bradford Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust with researchers from the universities of Leeds and Bradford.
As a part of the new building Burmatex® osaka carpet tiles were fitted to complete the interior design of the Centre.
osaka inkpot is the main carrier, ideal for having on-site cut triangles of osaka sakura and osaka matcha with random colour effect creating zones on the floor. In this office environment, Burmatex® heavy commercial class 33 carpet tiles have been chosen to create a unique and eye-catching effect in keeping a high level of performance.