Interior Film creates the right image for the Pixel Building

The new, innovative Pixel Business Centre in Waltham Abbey, Essex offers flexible office and workspace areas for start-ups, SMEs and established businesses.

Finished to a high standard, the building which also features a gym and an Italian café was originally a warehouse but uniquely, has been completely refurbished using 90% recycled materials.

The interior elements including doors and walls had to have a fresh and creative feel while being considerate to the different types of tenants.

Specialist contractor T6 specified Interior Film –an architectural film manufactured by LG Hausys and supplied in the UK by David Clouting – “as it offered a realistic natural look and allowed the design to flow from stone, concrete, and wood throughout the building”

Over 50 old wooden doors with metal and glass portholes were brought to life using Interior Film’s modern colours and designs. The café featured reclaimed plywood for the bar area and walls which the T6 team covered with Interior Film, completing that element of the project in only one day.

Interior Film’s versatility was also reflected in its use in the washroom/ toilet block where the brief required a real design statement. Once the shell of the toilets had been built T6 wrapped the wall panels with Interior Film to create a smooth seamless finish.

This innovative self-adhesive film is quick and easy to install and can be applied to almost any interior surface including: wood, metals, plasterboard, plastics and even melamine.

Easy to clean and maintain, Interior Film is hardwearing and remains stable if exposed to heat, humidity or low temperatures. It has also passed robust bleach tests when used in hospital applications.

Available in a wide range of designs and finishes, Interior Film which has a CE and IMO classification can be viewed on the BIMSTORE website.

The Pixel Building demonstrates how refurbishment projects can greatly benefit from the use of Interior Film, not only by being able to refurbish and transform existing materials with it, potentially saving thousands of pounds, but also by reducing the impact on the environment due to the dramatic reduction in waste.