10/05/2021 Architect and interior design studio Garde has transformed an old office building for Norwegian furniture brand Slettvoll, creating a new flagship store in Copenhagen's Oslo Plads.
28/04/2021 One of the UK's best examples of Post-War architecture, the Hilda Besse Building at St Antony's College, Oxford, has been sensitively updated and upgraded by Purcell, the heritage specialist architectural firm. One of our Approved Contractors installed a stunning Black Oak floor in a bespoke pattern designed by the architect.
14/04/2021 The installation instructions for our popular glue down method has changed - read on to make sure you're up to date!
13/04/2021 Richard takes a look at the importance of providing clients and customers with with accreditation, concerning sustainability and environment impact, managed forests, recyclability, management systems and wellbeing, that is independently tested and verified by a recognised body in order to offer any value.
16/03/2021 A luxury hotel in Spain's capital used richly dark-coloured hardwood floors to add an elegant backdrop to its rooms and suites.
15/03/2021 When fashion buyer, blogger and influencer Laura Magee embarked on her kitchen renovation, she knew exactly what type of flooring she wanted. Having already installed Junckers Oak Twin Herringbone in her living and dining areas, she chose the same solid wood floor for the kitchen.
12/03/2021 A new harbourside building has been designed and built with the ability to be disassembled, moved and rebuilt elsewhere. Using sustainable materials which as far as possible are not mixed in the construction of the building has reduced wastage and materials can be recycled.
19/01/2021 Designed by Grafton Architects, Town House is a mixed-use teaching facility at Kingston University. The interior is arranged around a series of interlocking, open plan spaces, where Junckers’s solid hardwood flooring features as part of limited materials palette.
19/01/2021 Should we talk about the environmental impact of hardwood floor maintenance as often as we do the environmental credentials of the product itself?
15/01/2021 Today, there is more understanding around what makes a timber floor suitable for use with underfloor heating. Floors with a low and stable moisture content, guarded by tight production and quality controls, offer an all-natural flooring surface with both hot water and electric systems. A solid wood floor conducts heat well so offers a fast response time and acts as an efficient and even source of radiant heat.
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