High Pressure Laminate from Abet Laminati has been used to furnish the Media Café in the newly refurbished BBC Broadcasting House in central London.
Designed by HOK architects, this popular eating and social area with a window onto the BBC Newsroom has been equipped with a range of furniture created by London-based designer James Burleigh.
The furniture is clad with easy-maintenance laminate surfaces using a mix of options from Abet’s Colours range.
Manufactured in 0.9mm thickness and in large 3050 x 1300mm sheet sizes, the Colours range is a popular choice for surfacing both static equipment and movable furniture, such as tables.
With over 130 different shades and patterns available, designers have an impressive range of colours from which to choose, together with complementing shades and tones which facilitate subtle contrasts and design.
As with all the finishes from Abet Laminati, the Colours range meets or exceeds all European and British performance standards for resistance to wear, heat, moisture, impact and scratching.
The laminates are widely used in situations where high quality performance and design are carefully crafted together to create an attractive visual experience.