The school’s Transfrmational Learning Hub was printed using our modern A-Z street map. This gave the pupils a fun and colourful place to play and learn. The map of the local area plays a huge part in the children’s lessons. Floorink provides a practical, yet educational flooring solution for this sector.
An aerial map of the local area was printed to create not only a dramatic impact, but also a very useful feature for prospective buyers to visualize the location of the apartments.
Fashion Designer, Uberta Zambeletti showcased a collection of one-off dressed seats at her Wait and See store during Salone del Mobile 2013. She approached Flooring to turn her Trompe l'oeil design into practical and durable flooring. Floorink, with it's 4m widths, was a perfect choice as it could be printed as one large section of flooring - meaning a straightforward installation that was needed for the quick transformation.
Bristol's new flagship museum features a large 150sqm Floorink print, providing an interactive visitor attraction to the ground floor gallery. The aerial photograph had famous landmarks highlighted to get visitors talking about and exploring their local area.
Titanics 100yr anniversary was marked in Southampton, England, with the opening of a new maritime museum. The exhibitions have utilized Floorink's capabilities with nearly 300sqm of vintage and Ordnance Survey mapping of the local area. The black and white historical map is littered with red dots - indicating homes that lost a loved one in the disaster. The floor maps are interactive with the other displays.
Floorink was the perfect complement for this heavily themed rainforest cafe. Large insects, butterflies, snakes and spiders are printed throughout the cafe and retail areas, as well as the toilet cubicles, giving visitors lots to discover and talk about.
Clitheroe's new tearoom and boutique 'Callooh! Callay!'uses Floorink as a spectacular focal point which enhances it's vintage ambience. Owner Rebecca Lambert says that customers always try to find their homes and schools on the vintage map floor, and reminisce on how the town used to look. Floorink's 4m width enabled this area to be covered in one 12m long section.
Floorink has transformed this Fish n chip shop into an environment that transports the spectator to a place full of memories.
When visitors arrive at Level 33 from the ground floor of the View from The Shard, they will transfer lifts through this all-enveloping graffiti map of London. Guests follow an image of the River Thames curving along the floor and see the capital mapped geographically around them in 200 sentences scrawled on the walls and floor, each describing a different area of the city, to test their trivia of London.
A-Z map of Clapham for Primary School
The recently renovated Young Persons Centre at Charville was given this futuristic makeover with a helping hand from Floorink. We printed this high resolution image of the Christmas Tree star cluster and the Cone Nebula taken from the European Southern Observatory onto our vinyl cushion floor product for the main room. We used a NASA view of a space shuttle docked above the Earth for the entrance foyer floor.