We are suppliers of commercial carpet tiles to the interiors market from Flooring Contractors to Fit Out Companies, Architects & Designers to end clients. Whether you are specifying flooring for hospitality or leisure facilities, educational establishments, commercial offices, or retail, we will have a carpet tile range suitable for your client’s needs. We have a wide range of carpet tile collections from patterns to plains, stripes to textures, plus most of our carpet tile collections are BRE accredited and are made in the UK creating a low carbon footprint.
At our HQ in Watford we have substantial stock for 24-hour turnaround projects, as well as our Trade Bar where you can pick up samples, stock orders or just have a chat and a coffee! Our showroom is based at The Vault on St John’s Lane in Clerkenwell, London, available for you to take clients in to see our ranges in situ or to pick up samples.
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READING FOOTBALL CLUB
The Floor Hub’s stunning Lagoon carpet tile design has been chosen by Reading Football Club to adorn their prestigious corporate floor corridors. The striking cut and loop pile design creates an opulent first impression for fans when visiting the club’s hospitality suites. Over 380m2 of the strong blue ‘Mere’ assists with the club’s brand colours, whilst providing a luxurious underfoot feel. Made from 100% Regenerated ECONYL Nylon and with BREEAM A+ rating, Lagoon also ticks the sustainability box.
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NEW WORKPLACE DESIGN
Same chair, same desk, same office – not anymore. Today's office workers are increasingly demanding more from their work-spaces.
As the workplace changes to accommodate a more diverse workforce, so office design adapts to suit a new, more flexible and more diverse set of demands that prioritise employee interaction and collaboration. The one-size-fits-all approach no longer works and architects are coming up with creative solutions, both for new and existing spaces.
Even blue-chip companies, such as Selfridges, are overhauling their workspaces to encourage a more innovative and interactive work environment. The existing space of Selfridges Offices in London has been designed by Alex Cochrane Architects who opened up the space and painted the walls white. The office is now zoned into different areas, including rows of desks, quiet workspaces and meeting rooms, informal break-out spaces, a shared canteen, as well as a flexible playroom.
But offices are still being built from the ground up. Zalando Headquarters in Berlin, designed by HENN and Kinzo Design Studio, is a sleek glass edifice from the outside, but the inside has been designed to reflect the city's industrial heritage, with exposed concrete columns and balustrades surrounding a large atrium. Although the large central space is adapted for interaction and can be turned into an event space for 1,500 people, the designers have also created more private nooks for concentration and meetings.
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CANON SHOWROOM, STOCKLEY PARK
The Floor Hub have created an amazing base for Canon's new showroom at Stockley Park in Uxbridge. Fitted with our Shadows carpet tile range in colour Shade, the design provides a contemporary feel with a dramatic backdrop.