Commercial and Retail
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Available in full-height and half-height variants, the Cosmopolitan duct panel system utilises postformed edges for a softer more sophisticated look and feel. Manufactured from High-Pressure laminates Cosmopolitan duct panels in high traffic, moderate impact dry situations such as corporate offices, hotels, retail establishments and conference facilities.
Available as either pre-plumbed units complete with sanitaryware or as a simple panel system to be configured by others, Cosmopolitan duct panels can be made in a wide variety of widths and panel splits to suit your project.
Being suitable for any high traffic, moderate impact, dry environment means that Cosmopolitan ducts work best in office, hotel, conference and other situations where there are lots of people and lots of use but that use is reasonable and the system is only subjected to normal wear and tear. The wide range of available colours and woodgrains and the use of vertical postformed edges means the Cosmopolitan system can be designed in a way that can contribute to the sophisticated or luxurious ‘feel’ the designer is looking for.
Cosmopolitan duct panels are manufactured from High-Pressure laminate on an 18mm MR core. Panels can be manufactured in almost any normal width and height and are normally supplied so they butt together on horizontal joints with a matching or contrasting shadowgap detail showing on the vertical section between panels sets. The panels are supplied with concealed fixing clips which allow for access to services behind the duct sets. The associated shadowgap framework is manufactured from High-Pressure laminate on a 36mm MR core to provide ultimate flexibility for system widths and splits.
Manufactured in a variety of panel widths to cover any wall length, the Cosmopolitan duct system can accommodate all variations of individual panel splits to reach the ceiling height of your project. Panel splits for WC’s, Urinals, Wash Hand Basins, etc., will vary from project to project and a range of typical splits for any given panel type are available to download from our technical section.
|Manufacturer||Inscape Interiors Limited, Lower Healey Business Park, Froom Street, Chorley. PR6 9AR|
|Core Material||18mm MR MDF (Other core materials available on request)|
|Colour Ways||Face side with high pressure laminate from the Abet, Formica or Polyrey WC cubicle ranges. Balancing laminate to reverse|
|Edge Details||Postformed vertical edge with 2mm ABS lipping to horizontal edges|
|Panel fixing||Concealed anti-tamper clips|
|Sub-frame||30mm Decorative Faced MR MDF|
|Hinged (Option)||Panels can be hinged for service access|
|Pre-Plumbing (Option)||Sanitaryware can be pre-mounted with copper tails to rear|
The Point is Lancashire County Cricket Club’s stunning new £12M conference and events centre at Old Trafford. Purpose-built to an extremely high specification and incorporating a range of environmental innovations, The Point is a truly state-of-the-art venue.Designed by BDP and built by Morgan Ashhurst, The Point is designed for a sit down dinner capacity of around 1,000 guests with a conference capacity of a further 1,000 people.
Inscapes challenge was to provide venue facilities that matched both the splendour of the venue whilst standing up to the rigours of up to 2,000 people enjoying their occasion.
Rising to the challenge, Inscape provided WC cubicles and duct panels from its Zenith range. Standing tall and imposing in dark graphite, Zenith WC cubicles feature floor to ceiling doors and pilasters which, in combination with the duct panels, provided a stark contrast with the brightness of the stainless steel fittings and white sanitaryware.
The vanity units comprised of bespoke Corian troughs that were manufactured on site and featured integral upstands, complete with stainless steel infra-red taps, and built-in vanity shelves to the rear.
The use of Corian in trough format meant that Inscape could provide vanity units that maintained the dramatic angular and seamless design aesthetics of the project whilst avoiding the usage limitations, and ensuing queues of waiting people, that individual basins would have created in a facility of this size and nature.