The brand-new design collection from Brintons, ‘Public Spaces’, gives designers and architects working on airport, convention centre and stadia projects easy access to an attractive and functional flooring solution.
October 5th, 2011
’Public Spaces’ is divided into three distinct design chapters ’Aerial’, ’Surface’ and ’Structure’ each inspired by views and observations of form and detail from different levels – whether up close or from afar.
The collection presents a wealth of cutting-edge designs that can either be used in their original form, customised or used as inspiration when creating striking floorscapes for large public areas.
Brintons has worked on some of the world’s largest airport, convention centre and sports stadia projects. The company designed and supplied 100,000m2 of bespoke Axminster carpet to the newly-opened Resorts World Sentosa complex in Singapore and was responsible for fulfilling the single largest commercial carpet order in the world, supplying 175,000m of its Axminster to the Terminal 3 building at Delhi International Airport in India.
At every stage of a public spaces project, from design through to delivery, Brintons will call on its market-leading experience and understanding to deliver the best possible result.
80% wool, 20% nylon yarn blend200 years of weaving experienceDesign excellenceDesign differentiation through large repeats, delicate patterns and subtle yarn effects
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