Guruve, specialists in authentic contemporary African art and sculpture, wanted to incorporate a bespoke pathway into their stand design which would be in keeping with the unique artwork on display. Addagrip’s bespoke designer resin flooring system Addazing was the perfect answer to complete the wow factor.
For something a little bit different a two tonal pigment was used to produce a pathway that changes colour depending on how light reflects on the surface. Changing from a pale green to purple hue, the unusual colour shifting surface reflects the mystique of the sculptures on display at the Guruve stand. For the purpose of the exhibition, white aluminium oxide grit was added to the Addazing surface to aid slip resistance for the thousands of visitors to the show.
Addazing is suitable for bespoke internal flooring projects to create surfacing that is a work of art. Incorporating metallic and/or pearlescent pigments, each floor, each mix and every finish is as individual as the people who choose it.