Tag Raised Floors

Image of surfaces

16-09-2010

Image of surfaces

When design is good, the ceramic product and its image coincide, as the design process is incorporated in the process of photography.

Directionless coverings

24-03-2010

Directionless coverings

Surfaces, architectural elements banally conceived of as horizontal and vertical, play an important role in the history of perception, in that they cover buildings and thereby augment our spatial perception of them.

The Fiandre stand at MADE Expo 2010

01-02-2010

The Fiandre stand at MADE Expo 2010

Fiandre will be back at MADE Expo in 2010 at stand R01/S10 – hall 3 and as promoter of the “Pillole di Architettura” series of sessions with MADE Expo’s organisers and IlSole24Ore.

Installation of raised floors

02-12-2009

Installation of raised floors

Raised floors must be laid in a dry, waterproof place with a temperature between 5° and 35°C and limited relative humidity. If there are pipes under the floor containing fluids at temperatures which could have an effect on these parameters, heat sources should be insulated. In new buildings, masonry must be completed at least 60 days before laying the floor, and wet masonry at least 30 days before.

The surface of the raised floor

02-12-2009

The surface of the raised floor

The surface of the raised floor is supported by a metal structure composed of pedestals and, if necessary, crosspieces transmitting the weight of the flooring itself and the weight of loads on it to the base floor. The choice of the type of structure depends not only on the load to be born but on the types of installations that will occupy the space and how much distance they require above the floor foundation.

Raised floors - Description

02-12-2009

Raised floors - Description

Created to provide flooring permitting maintenance work on electrical wiring and pipes installed under the floor, raised flooring is now a widely used construction method. Its modularity and ease of installation provides the perfect response to the need for flexibility in today's workspaces, whose continuing evolution requires more and more complex technologies.

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