Domus wood at Battersea Power Station

Clients can now source all of their flooring needs from under one roof as Domus launches an engineered timber collection which is a hit at the Battersea redevelopment

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Domus, the renowned tile specialist, has broadened its portfolio with an engineered wood flooring collection. The range is fabricated from European white oak, prized for its strength, quality and sustainability, and offers architects and developers an exceptional new quality product for projects.

Parquet collection flooring from the new range has gone into all phase 1, 850 apartments at Battersea Power Station. Pre-finished engineered oak herringbone flooring provides a seamless floor layout in the entrances, kitchens, living rooms and bedrooms in combination with Domus’ large format porcelain tiles and mosaics in the bathrooms. The wood has been finished and protected with the latest technology to ensure high performance standards of durability, water resistance and stain protection.

Jon Newey, CEO at Domus commented: 'We pride ourselves on precision specification, speed of response and exact execution. We have for decades been providing tiling solutions to architects and developers, so offering a wood collection is a natural progression. Now clients can source everything they need from under one roof.

'Our appointment on the Battersea Power Station project is testament to our approach and we’re excited to see our new product in the finished apartments and many more projects to come,' he added.

Domus’ wood range is FSC 100% certified. It has also been installed at the redeveloped, world-famous Foyles bookshop, where an engineered oak floor covers the new areas including the entrance lobby, book aisles, stairways, lift areas, café and exhibition spaces.

  • The new engineered wood flooring in situ at Battersea Power Station
    The new engineered wood flooring in situ at Battersea Power Station
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For more information and technical support visit: www.domusgroup.com 

 

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