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LVT is flooring of choice for Dundee architects office refurb

Jon Frullani has specified Gerflor Creation 70 luxury vinyl tiles throughout his practice HQ - a tricky project with not a single level floor to be had across the entire listed building

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Gerflor Creation 70 Deep Forest luxury vinyl tiles at Jon Frullani Architect in Dundee: A durable, practical choice that also works aesthetically with features including the exposed stone wall in the main office space.
Gerflor Creation 70 Deep Forest luxury vinyl tiles at Jon Frullani Architect in Dundee: A durable, practical choice that also works aesthetically with features including the exposed stone wall in the main office space.

Dundee-based Jon Frullani Architect has refurbished its grade B listed office premises on Perth Road.

The building was originally a church manse and has had many other uses in the past, including the laboratories for the Dundee City Public Analyst in the 1970s. Prior to that it was an interior design showroom and, most recently, a restaurant. 

The refurbishment works began in 2019 and a key consideration for the flooring specification was heavy traffic - the practice required a hardwearing and durable solution because of high footfall. 

Architect and company owner Jon Frullani specified 250mof Creation 70 Dryback luxury vinyl tiles in a design called Deep Forest from specialist flooring company Gerflor. 

'It worked with the muted interior,' he says. 'It also tied in well with the original flagstone floor at the entrance and exposed stone wall in the primary office space. There is not one level floor in the building and the flooring has coped very well.'

The LVT flooring has been used throughout the practice, including the offices, communal and break-out areas, corridors, recreation space and kitchen.

'The installation was extremely smooth and trouble-free,' says Frullani.

About Gerflor Creation 70 LVT

  • A synthetic, decorative, flexible, antistatic abrasion group T floorcovering available in tile or plank, with bevelled edges.
  • Consists of a 0.7mm thick transparent wear layer, a design film and a Resilient Comfort Core to provide softness and comfort.
  • Made with phthalate-free plasticisers. It is 100 per cent recyclable, has 35 per cent recycled content and is 100 per cent compliant with REACH. 
  • Available in Dryback, Loose-lay and Clic formats.
  • Gerflor Creation 70 LVT is available in wood, stone and textile designs and in Dryback, Loose-lay and Clic formats.
    Gerflor Creation 70 LVT is available in wood, stone and textile designs and in Dryback, Loose-lay and Clic formats.
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