Mondéco Marvels in Beijing

Luxury Beijing shopping centre fashions flowing flooring design with Mondéco.

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One of Beijing’s latest luxury shopping centres has used a decorative solution from Flowcrete to create floors that match the development’s highly stylised image.

Designed by Zaha Hadid, the fluid lines of the Galaxy Soho retail, entertainment and office complex generates an immersive architectural experience.

9,000 m2 of Flowcrete’s seamless resin terrazzo system Mondéco Crystal was used to extend the building’s graceful lines across the floors of the site’s main concourse areas.

This epoxy resin solution can be installed in bespoke patterns. Zaha Hadid utilised this design flexibility to install a block of white floor with a complimentary grey border and a visually striking black stripe separating the two colours.

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Clear crystal and glass aggregates are incorporated within the resin make up of Mondéco so that the finish shimmers and sparkles.

Flowcrete UK has recently added to this range with the Mondéco Arctic collection, which consists of three white systems that have been designed to provide a superior resistance to UV light.

The minimalist chic of these floors is ideal for creating a bright, light filled space and the robust nature of the Mondéco Arctic systems means that they will retain a luxurious aesthetic for an extended period of time.

Url: http://www.flowcrete.co.uk/CPD
Contact email: uk@flowcrete.com
Tags: Mondéco, Commercial Flooring, Terrazzo Flooring


 

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