Dr Gunther von Hagens’ renowned exhibition of real human bodies is the most successful travelling exhibition in the world. On display since 1995, it has attracted more than 47 million visitors in over 130 different cities across America, Africa, Asia and Europe.
In October 2018 they opened their largest venue to date, at the iconic London Pavilion in Piccadilly Circus. The 28,000 sq ft site houses more than 200 exhibits made from parts of real human bodies preserved using a technique called plastination.
With its worldwide popularity and central London location, the venue expects significant annual footfall which means a robust entrance matting system is essential to maintain the safety and aesthetics of the reception.
With several closely spaced doorways on this angled plot, a single entrance mat runs around the interior perimeter. This required some skilled installation to ensure a flush fit and rib alignment across multiple sections of matting.
From maintaining safety to reducing cleaning costs to preserving the internal flooring, Entrance Matting plays a crucial role in keeping public areas clean and safe for visitors.