Fabric Turns to Resin

One of London’s most popular venues that features some of the world’s finest talents asked National Flooring to help with a refurbishment project to revamp the club’s image, by installing an attractive and durable floor.

Fabric Nightclub, situated in the trendy Farringdon area, a popular spot for clubbers, decided to renovate the old Victorian building and asked resin flooring specialists National Flooring for their advice. The nightclub spread over two levels with a range of rooms and music genres, which create different atmospheres, needed a flooring solution to complement the surrounding décor.

In Room One in the access area Fabric had decided on a concrete finish to reflect a natural look. National Flooring specified a seal system with glass beads to protect the concrete, whilst providing a slip resistant finish. Including sub floor preparation the job was to be completed over three days, allowing the club to open as usual on the Friday night.

During preparation National Flooring realised the condition of the concrete was not suitable and as an alternative suggested the Degafloor Freeflow system. The seamless system provides outstanding durability, required by a venue with such high footfall. Upon discussion Fabric agreed and the specification was changed at the last minute to a mono-colour floor finish that provided a simple yet attractive floor creating the ideal ambience.

Joe Beade, Building and Maintenance Manager for Fabric commented, “ National Flooring were extremely helpful, it was delightful to be working alongside such a team of professionals and we certainly look forward to working with them again in the near future.”