The creative minds at Brandrick Architects knew they had more than a sporting chance of delivering A-Grade flooring when they invited GH Commercial to collaborate.
Brandrick Architects were engaged to design the brand new Moama Sports pavilion, a $3 million state-of-the art community infrastructure delivering huge benefits to the greater regional area. The large-scale multi-purpose facility required flooring that ticked a number of boxes, and GH Commercial had just the right products - locally manufactured, high performance carpet tiles that, laid creatively, also serve to create a unique aesthetic. The Murray River Council Office also received an update, with fresh new carpet tiles been installed.
With assistance from the GH Commercial team, two ranges were selected, Fusion, from our Choreography Collection, used to dramatic effect in the Sports Pavilion zone, and Territory, installed throughout the sprawling office area. Both products launched at the end of 2019 and have fast become popular flooring choices for a host of commercial projects.
Territory by Feltex, in colour 760 District, complemented a sleekly contemporary office interior, its distinct design off-setting the Nordic inspired simplicity of pure white walls and pale feature timber elements. Evoking an aerial view of rural landscapes inspired by farming topography, Territory features a pattern of striations intersected with contrasting blocks.
Fusion by Godfrey Hirst from our stunning Choreography Collection was the perfect choice. Laid in a herringbone pattern, Fusion’s textured design in Waltz, a practical grey base with contrast navy lineations provides longevity in this sporting space.
The Beauty of Biophilic Design
A key feature of the Territory range is its visual representation of nature. Incorporating direct or indirect elements of the natural world, biophilic office design demonstrably reduces stress, increases productivity and enhances creativity. Calming and restorative, many businesses at the forefront of work place performance invest in biophilic principles.
High Performance Flooring Simple to lay, with a number of varying installation options, Territory and Fusion carpet tiles provide supremely low maintenance flooring with great noise insulating properties, perfect for a busy office environment. The practical pattern disguises small soiled patches, while single tiles can be easily removed and replaced if required.
Territory tiles are remarkably durable, with a Contract Extra Heavy Duty & Stairs rating making them resilient enough for the heaviest of foot traffic. Manufactured from 100% Straton Plus Solution Dyed Nylon, the finer yarn construction combined with a higher stitch rate uses less material while retaining exceptional performance capabilities.
Proudly Australian Made
Proud partners of the official Australian Made campaign, the GH Commercial range of all Australian made tiles, planks and broadloom carpets begin with a chain of investment in local design, manufacturing, warehousing and distribution.
Supporting domestic industry and manufacturing to rebuild the economy is more important now than ever, while locally sourced products combat issues around transportation costs and emissions, and also allow for shorter delivery lead times.
Declare Red List Free
With an increasing emphasis on the importance of creating healthier living and working spaces, the LFIA Declare™ Red List initiative delivers Architect and Designers valuable information about material composition and specifications. Both Territory and Fusion have been certified Declare™ Red List Free. Produced on the Enviro Bac® and Enviro Bac Plus® backing system, they are PVC, BPA and Phthalate free for a safer and more sustainable environment.
Territory carpet tiles and Designer Jet® produced Fusion planks, offer hard-wearing, long-lasting and beautiful flooring for use across the spectrum of commercial projects.
Project: Murray River Council Office and Moama Sports Pavilion
Product: Fusion in colour 8400 Waltz and Territory in 760 District
Builder: AV Builders
Installer: Choices Echuca
Architect/Designer: Brandrick Architects
Photography: Ashbury Studios