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2014 Winner - CGT Offices

2014 Winner - CGT

Chére Waddington - James Cubitt & Partners

When Cummins Generator Technologies moved its global headquarters to a new location in Peterborough, they called upon James Cubitt & Partners architects to transform the empty and dated premises into a lively and productive office environment for its employees. By installing a wide range of Forbo Flooring Systems’ products, James Cubitt & Partners was able to reflect the company’s heritage, whilst producing a thoroughly modern and invigorating working environment for its employees – which helped the project win the 2014 Fly Forbo competition.

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CGT Fly Forbo 2014 winner

2014 Highly Commended: IT Alliance

2014 Highly Commended - IT Alliance

Jean Feeny - Peacock Interiors

Peacock Interiors in Dublin, Ireland, has created a symbiosis between two office floors at I.T. Alliance Group’s new premises, which won the Highly Commended prize in the 2014 Fly Forbo competition. This was achieved by installing a mixture of Forbo Flooring Systems’ Tessera Teviot and Westbond carpet tiles in a striking pattern to reflect the company’s corporate colours and branding, whilst maintaining a fresh and contemporary space.

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IT Alliance Fly Forbo 2014 Highly Commended

2013 Winner - William Morris Gallery

2013 Winner - William Morris Gallery

Karsten Weiss - Pringle Richards Sharratt Ltd

An original William Morris design has been recreated in Marmoleum, for the Discovery Lounge of the William Morris Gallery, in Walthamstow, which won the Fly Forbo 2012/2013 competition. The design was cut using Aquajet, Forbo Flooring System’s advanced water cutting technology, to re-create the intricate design, which dates back to 1875.

The gallery, which has been awarded the Art Fund’s Museum of the Year, is housed in a Grade II* listed Georgian villa, Morris' childhood home, in Lloyd Park and is the only museum devoted to William Morris – an influential British designer, poet, craftsman and socialist activist of the nineteenth century. The redevelopment of the gallery included a full refurbishment to the house, with new collection displays, a special exhibition gallery, a tearoom, as well as a learning and research centre.

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William Morris Gallery Fly Forbo 2013 winner

2013 Highly Commended - Croxteth Primary

2013 Highly Commended - Croxteth Primary

Martin Shutt - 20/20 Liverpool

Forbo Flooring System’s impressive integrated product portfolio has helped 2020 Liverpool create a stimulating and inspiring environment - which has won the Highly Commended prize in the 2013 Fly Forbo competition - for the pupils at Croxteth Community Primary School, where the flooring has been used as a key design element.


Martin Shutt, Architect at 2020 Liverpool, specified a variety of Forbo’s products: “The main design objective for the flooring was to bring the outdoor environment inside – merging the internal and external boundaries, as well as bringing an organic and natural feel to the space.

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Croxteth Primary School Fly Forbo Highly Commended 2013