Concreate floors in Poggenpohl Studio, London – UK

December 13th, 2014 by retail design blog

Dramatically located in atmospheric brick railway arches at Waterloo, Poggenpohl’s newly refurbished industrial and urban feel showroom has been set off perfectly by the industrial, urban and natural finish of Concreate panels. The restrictions of setting up a showroom in an unusual location have been overcome with a fully glazed entrance to maximise natural light and exposed services to give an industrial edge.

The use of Concreate’s Natural Grey floor panels creates subtle warmth whilst maintaining the natural light. The floors subtle clean lines work perfectly with each individually styled kitchen, testament to Concreate’s versatility to work alongside any material to create compelling architectural styling.

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