If you think large scale art collections are only to be found in galleries and museums then you would be wrong. TUI Cruises has assembled around 6,000 works of art for its latest newbuilding, Mein Schiff 4, which sailed out of Finland’s Meyer Turku shipyard in May this year. A range of paintings, murals, sculptures, photographs, videos and other media have been procured at a cost of around €3 million to give the vessel a distinctive and contemporary feel
Within the pharmaceutical industry, innovation is key and after more than 50 years of resin flooring innovations by Bolidt, it’s time to take a look at innovations and floor issues within the pharmaceutical industry. First up: scuff marks.
The super-strong bumper car floor for the ‘Seaplex’ sports facilities onboard the new generation of Quantum-class vessels for Royal Caribbean International has been described by Dutch flooring & decking specialist Bolidt as among its toughest ever assignments for a cruise ship application.
After fifty years of business, during which time Bolidt’s focus has shifted from the domestic market to a more international orientation, the demands on its headquarters in Hendrik-Ido-Ambacht have outgrown the traditional office concept.
In the offshore industry, safety is paramount. On construction vessel Aegir, which belongs to the fleet of Heerema Marine Contractors, a safe working environment for the crew must be guaranteed at all times. The applied Bolideck® system meets all requirements in the area of security and helps to prevent unsafe situations.
Architectural firm cepezed from Delft focuses on combining unprecedented creativity with a naturalistic functionality. From their modest offices they design powerful designs based on personal visions, and always combine their own expertise with the expertise of others. This approach has resulted in a leading position in the architectural industry. In many designs cepezed has chosen Bolidt flooring – as in the impressive new offices of the agency itself.