The recently opened Pinehaven Hospital in Krugersdorp is one of the first projects to feature the all new “Elemental” glued down luxury vinyl flooring from Traviata Flooring.
Specified by VDO architects as a featured inlay between ceramic tiles in the reception area, Elemental LVT offers a perfect solution. Because it is a glued down vinyl plank it can be cut flush with the tiles and fits seamlessly with no expansion gap.
At 1200x200x2,5mm, Elemental offers a longer and wider plank format, super matt embossed surface, bevelled edge and full commercial grade wear layer.
One of the benefits of LVT flooring is that it perfectly combines functionality and aesthetics. Nowhere is this better illustrated than in a hospital environment. It offers a contemporary design option, is warm and quiet under foot and is at the same time very hygienic, resistant to most spills (chemical or otherwise), and is as easy to maintain as a tiled floor.
It also has excellent wet and dry slip resistance making it a safe option in a hospital environment.
The Elemental plank range includes 22 wood shades with designs ranging from classic to contemporary, from cherry wood to building timber, from antique to modern. It comes in a wide selection of stylish colours that bring out the naturalness of the designs and create a stand out effect. All Elemental planks are provided in an extra-long and wide size (200 x 1222 mm) with rustic wood embossing and bevelled edges.
The Elemental tile range is available in 4 designs, in stone, concrete, ceramic and metal effects and in 10 modern colour variations. The range includes two different sizes (304.8 x 609.6 mm and 457.2 x 457.2 mm) with two different types of embossing (“Corroded Metal” and “Honed Stone”) to show off the designs to their best effect. Bevelled edges complete the effect.
Traviata’s Traviloc LVT was also specified for the doctor’s rooms at the new hospital. This product has proved itself in general wards, reception areas and doctor’s rooms over the years in facilities such as the Vista Clinic in Centurion, the Oncology Hospital in Benoni, Sunninghill Hospital, Life Fourways Hospital, Howick Hospital and many private doctors rooms across the country.