IVC Commercial opens new London workplace

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    IVC Commercial opens new London workplace

    IVC Commercial has announced a new London workplace at The Gallery Clerkenwell…

    A few days ago, Unilin announced that it was opening a new hybrid showroom in Clerkenwell. Well, IVC Commercial is moving in with a unique meeting point and place to explore its Carpet Tiles, Luxury Vinyl Tiles and Heterogeneous Vinyl solutions.

    Situated on Great Sutton Street, in the heart of the Clerkenwell district, the workplace sees IVC Commercial share a London locale with decorative surfaces, seating and furniture.

    David Bigland, managing director, IVC Group, said: “Our new London workplace gives us a space to welcome architects and designers in the capital within easy reach of their offices. Housing our collections of Carpet Tiles, Luxury Vinyl Tiles and Heterogeneous Vinyl, it provides a shared space where we can come together to create interiors that support wellbeing and productivity.”

    Naturally, the floors of The Gallery Clerkenwell feature solutions from IVC Commercial, so that architects and designers can see the impact of designs such as Studio Moods, the Rudiments and Art Intervention carpet tile collections and Concept 70 compact vinyl. IVC Commercial at The Gallery Clerkenwell will also allow the same-day collection and despatch of samples to London-based practices.

    “We’re excited to launch IVC Commercial at The Gallery Clerkenwell,” continues David. “It provides us with a presence in the heart of London’s A&D district and as we adapt to the changing working practices driven by Covid-19, we look forward to using it as a central base to form collaborative partnerships, as well as introduce the other exciting brands that come together in the workplace.”

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    Main image credit: IVC Commercial

    Hamish Kilburn / 23.12.2020


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