Children’s Clinic, Neuwied

POLYFLOR TREND PUR - 3580 / POLYFLOR TREND PUR - 3620
POLYFLOR TREND PUR - 3580 / POLYFLOR TREND PUR - 3620
POLYFLOR TREND PUR - 3580 / POLYFLOR TREND PUR - 3620
POLYFLOR TREND PUR - 3580

Brightly coloured vinyl flooring from objectflor in the Children’s Clinic at the Marienhaus St. Elisabeth Clinic, Neuwied

Object: New construction of the Children’s Clinic, St. Elisabeth Clinic, Neuwied
Builder: Marienhaus Klinikum St. Elisabeth "Die kleinen Patienten e.V.", Bonn
Architect: Naujack Rind Hof GmbH, Koblenz
Design: Interior architecture: Michael Beilke, Düsseldorf
Completion: 2012
Execution: Bomm Malerwerkstätten, Weitersburg
Technical Advice: objectflor, Cologne
Area: approx. 1,400m²
" The new brightly coloured design of the Children’s Clinic at the Marienhaus St. Elisabeth Clinic in Neuwied is intended to stop the little patients from being frightened, and make their stay easier. "

Used objectflor products

The new brightly coloured design of the Children’s Clinic at the Marienhaus St. Elisabeth Clinic in Neuwied is intended to stop the little patients from being frightened, and make their stay easier. From objectflor come homogeneous floor coverings in bright colours for a lively floor design.

Someone who feels ill, and feels sad, tends to look downwards. That makes the floor covering a central feature in the child-friendly atmosphere and child-focus fittings of a clinic. At the Marienhaus St. Elisabeth Clinic in Neuwied, the richly varied and coloured design concept extends from the walls, to the flooring, and to the furniture. Over the 1,400 square metres of surface area there is something to be discovered everywhere, such as the rabbit ear shapes on the floor or the yellow circles, which even at night time are a reminder of sunny days.

Almost 100 vinyl floor inlays over 1,400 square metres

Of course, above all, vinyl floors in a hospital have to meet the requirements of hygiene, heavy wear, and easy cleaning and upkeep. But the fact that this functional performance can be hidden by careful design is demonstrated by the type of laying selected, with a rich array of inlays. A range of criteria, from the colours to the décor, to the economical considerations, all went into the decision to choose the chip-patterned floor covering POLYFLOR TREND PUR from objectflor. A sunny Yellow (3580) and a fresh Green (3620) are the guide colours on which the concept is based, with a total of four more colours as well. The 100 or so inlays, of widely differing sizes, resulted in very precise and seamless laying, carried out by Bomm Malerwerkstätten from Weitersburg. The motifs in part also continue into the hygiene facility mountings. In order for the areas with the integrated shapes to form precise abutting edges, the floor covering to be laid was cut with Linocut to match the covering which was already in place, and then thermally welded for optimum hygiene. The laying called for a great deal of craftsmanship, as well as imposing high demands on the materials, from the floor covering to the special adhesive.

Particularly low emissions

The POLYFLOR TREND PUR Collection is one of the technical coverings from objectflor, which have proved their worth many times over as modern PVC floor coverings with extra-thick PUR finish for use in the health sector. Another factor here is that objectflor set great value on excellent interior air quality, and all the floor coverings are certified as particularly low in emissions.

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