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Timber and Aluminium Fins Provide Stunning Architectural Feature

The brief for Jasmax for the new UBS workplace was to create a sophisticated environment designed to support collaboration and collegiality. They wanted “great client areas, a great workspace and for it not to look like Google."

The UBS workplace front of house areas, including the reception, corridor, meeting and boardroom, boast the stand-out Austratus timber fin system on the walls in rich Woca Diamond Oil finish, and Austratus aluminium fins on the ceiling in a powder coated sandstone grey, installed by Impact Interiors + Construction.

The Austratus timber fin system follows the fluid curves of the walls with added negative detail seamlessly creating sleek impressions.

For the ceilings, Protone 12mm square perforated plasterboard and access hatches feature throughout the kitchen and remaining front of house meeting rooms for added acoustic performance.

The Potter Interior System specification team additionally worked closely with Jasmax providing support for the Austratus system, Rondo steel stud wall loadings and PS1 seismic design.

Architect: Jasmax
Installers: Impact Interiors + Construction
Project Management: Rebbeck Dunn Watters Ltd
Seismic Design: BVT Engineering
Photography: Mark Scowen

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