Polyflor’s high performance Expona SimpLay PUR loose lay luxury vinyl tiles were recently used to create a stunning office interior for the London headquarters of global biopharmaceutical company Stallergenes Greer.
Designed by Resonate Interior Architecture, heavy commercial Expona SimpLay flooring in two contrasting wood effect designs was chosen for the refurbishment of Stallergenes Greer’s Bernard Street office. Approximately 800m² of flooring in Grey Country Oak and Rich Walnut was installed by Sanson Contracts Ltd flooring contractors in the reception area, meeting rooms, offices, corridors and breakout areas.
Launched in early 2016 by Polyflor, the Expona SimpLay loose lay tile collection is an adhesive-free, ready to lay product designed to reduce installation time. Available in a range of 38 wood, stone and abstract effects, each plank or tile can easily be installed, lifted and reinstalled elsewhere without leaving any residue.
This hard wearing premium vinyl floorcovering is designed to cope with the demands of busy office environments where there are high levels of footfall. Expona SimpLay is also enhanced with Polyflor PUR, an exclusive and robust polyurethane reinforcement which is cross linked and UV cured to protect the floor and reduce ongoing maintenance costs.
Pernille Stafford from Resonate Interior Architecture commented, “We chose Expona SimpLay flooring for the Stallergenes Greer project as we needed a highly durable product that also had a high design aesthetic appeal to fit with the modern look we wanted to create for this innovative global business.”
Expona SimpLay is beautifully presented within a sampling package which includes a 48 page brochure, and a comprehensive presenter. Sampling can be ordered free of charge on the Polyflor website or by calling the Polyflor Samples Direct Hotline on 0161 767 2551.
Expona SimpLay’s environmental credentials are impressive, achieving a generic BRE A+ rating in major use areas and Indoor Air Comfort Gold, assuring that VOC emissions are below any globally determined levels. It is also 100% recyclable via the Recofloor recycling scheme and contains an average of 20% recycled content.