Rubber flooring installations for museums, theatres, art and cultural areas, special locations. Libraries and museums are increasingly becoming the marketplace of the 21st century, the new open space where people come together. Dutch architect Katja Hogenboom believes that libraries 'can become the new public face of the city, a wellspring of culture and information.' French architect Lambert Lenack refers to his multimedia library project as the 'urban living room.'
Libraries and museums are increasingly designed to create an experience and an emotional bond with the public. They are changing from mere exhibition spaces to environments that encourage people to return from time to time. Artigo has extensive experience supplying rubber flooring for museums and libraries, having worked with some of the most important architectural firms in the sector.
Features of rubber flooring for museums and libraries
- Helps reduce sound pollution by dampening the sound of footsteps.
- Guarantees exceptional durability.
- Is easy to maintain.
- Offers a wide range of colours and textures to make the environment unique.