Bold use of Forbo Marmoleum to impart an Aunt Betty's kitchen feel to the Auckland office of Hansells Food Group, has attracted the inaugural Fly Forbo Award.
Fly Forbo Award winners gain a first-hand insight into the latest interior trends in Europe, with the prize including flights, accommodation, and access 100% Design in London and a stop at the Forbo design studios in Holland.
Delivering the Aunt Betty's brand promise in 3D, the design represents quality and tradition with modern values. Forbo Marmoleum stripes, both in pattern and colour, allude to kitchen floor designs of the 1960's.
The sophisticated, linear design is repeated in the lacquer finish batten ceiling. Marmoleum continues in solid red across the adjacent area and up the walls, saturating this area in Hansell's corporate colour.
"Judges were unanimous - Spaceworks has made great use of Marmoleum to successfully achieve a big message for its client," said Wayne Donovan, managing director Forbo Flooring Systems Australasia.
We are incredibly excited and thrilled to win such an award.
In today’s increasingly busy and crowded world, space is becoming an ever more precious commodity. We all need space, yet we never seem to have enough of it. This is where Spaceworks comes in. Spaceworks are renowned for their fresh and creative ideas and their innovative commercial interior designs.