Public

Strong appearance. With certainty.

Public

Aesthetic and functional where it matters

Designing and planning public buildings is a multifaceted and complex process. This includes hotels, restaurants, retail outlets, hospitals, doctors’ surgeries, office and administrative buildings, schools, day-care facilities or museums. Architecture and interior design aim to be aesthetic yet practical in any setting. Surfaces wear fast in high-traffic areas. This requires robust and non-slip materials.

Planners often require specific solutions: floor coverings with guide systems for the visually impaired or ceramic with special glazes which absorb irritating reflections. This is important for operating theatres, for example, and all areas involving laser technology. Speed and therefore efficiency are often the decisive factors: DryTile floor tiles with cork backings are laid dry. This saves an enormous amount of time and therefore costs – an advantage for retail outlets in particular.

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