Saongroup decks its Dublin offices out with graphic and colourful IVC floors
Situated in Dublin’s Silicon Docks area, online recruitment company Saongroup occupies the first three floors of Waterways House, a striking modern building overlooking the Grand Canal Quay in the city’s centre. It’s a stunning location requiring a beautiful interior to match it. That’s where IVC’s carpet tiles and LVT came in.
The floor as office eyecatcher
When looking to modernise its interior, Saongroup wanted to incorporate its diverse international office culture into its design. That’s why they used IVC’s products to create a colourful and graphic scheme that reflects the company’s ethos and atmosphere. Andrew Woods, business developer at ROC Agencies: “Tying in with designs used for partitions, cabinets and wall graphics, the floor is a central element in the cohesive interior and demonstrates the depth of creativity achievable with IVC carpet tiles.”
“Saongroup opted for a textured grey Shared Path carpet tile from the Art Style collection for the work areas, which they combined with the bold graphic stripe of Taped Off and graduated linear design of Pop Icon from the Street Thread collection, as well as the solid colour of Colorbeat,” Andrew continues. “In shades of yellow, blue, orange and magenta, these accent designs bring separation to meeting rooms, lift lobbies, room entrances and breakout zones, for a scheme with maximum visual impact.”
Peak performance to match its good looks
From solution-dyed nylon carpet tiles to Protectonite® PUR-coated LVT, IVC’s floors provided Saongroup with a complete solution for its corporate space. Designed and made in-house, with exceptional wear, stain and fade resistance, these floors are ready to tackle the daily challenges of a busy office environment.
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