• Commercial Entrance Matting At One Drummond Gate


    SystemINTRAshape Entrance Matting
    SpecificationExtra small rectangle with INTRAlux Select Black Fibre in Brick Layout
    ClientJames Andrew International

    Extraordinary design possibilities

    Occupying a prime position on the corner of Drummond Gate and Vauxhall Bridge Road, One Drummond Gate is a landmark office building totalling over 100,000 sq ft.

    Developed in 1983, the imposing building by Chapman Taylor was lauded for its harmonious integration with the classical architecture of the famous English architect, Thomas Cubitt.

    Offering bright, open plan accommodation and great views across central London, the newly refurbished reception area is key to attracting and retaining tenants and is a key sales feature for the building owner.

    Following consultation, INTRAshape XS rectangle tiles and black INTRAlux Select fibre inserts were chosen to echo the reception’s statement wall cladding and stretcher brick bond pavement outside.

    The continuity of design between the street and the building entrance makes for a striking first impression.

    INTRAshape is ideal for multi-directional foot traffic and the extremely thick and absorbent pile of INTRAlux Select provides high levels of soil and moisture retention and exceptional comfort to ensure the smooth white flooring at One Drummond Gate remains safe and spotless.

    The INTRAshape range is available in five polygonal shapes and different tile sizes, to give you extraordinary design possibilities for your entrance matting.

    Complementary shapes can be combined with our complete fibre range to create rhythm, movement and perspective in an endless range of tessellating patterns.

    View the gallery on our product page for some design inspiration or contact the team to request a free sample of Entrance Matting today.

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