The Dutch flooring and decking specialist will be showcasing its comprehensive range of synthetic decking solutions at Europort 2015.
Support in its domestic market has always been strong, but 2015 has been particularly positive for Bolidt. The company has completed numerous projects for both Dutch shipowners and shipyards, with Bolidt products selected as decking solutions for super yachts, navy vessels, fishing trawlers and ferries.
Once again Theis and Khan Architects achieved this by choosing the partnership of Stratum Resin Flooring with Bolidt. The freedom of design played a hugely important role. The Bolidtop 525 resin floor, applied by Stratum Resin Flooring, gives the office space a luxurious look which fits seamlessly with the unique design of the building.
In the world of healthcare, details make all the difference. Bacterial threats come mainly from multi-resistant bacteria such as MRSA and VRE. Worldwide, hospitals and other care institutions strive to prevent and combat these threats. To combat this, Bolidt has charged itself with developing, producing and promoting the global use of antibacterial floor and wall systems. During the “Building Healthcare” exhibition in Dubai, the company displayed their advancements in this field. With the main focus being on functionality to meet the demands and requirements of the sector, extra special attention was also shown to design and aesthetics.
The term 'Dutch Design' is known worldwide for its innovative and unconventional character. In the area of synthetic applications Bolidt offers boundless possibilities in terms of design and aesthetics. The company collaborates with world-renowned Dutch architects and designers such as Ben van Berkel, Rem Koolhaas and Gerrit Rietveld who personify Dutch Design. Bolidt (co-)organised Dutch Design @ Dubai, to promote the strengths of the Dutch when it comes to (industrial) design and architecture in the Middle East.
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
Royal Caribbean International (RCI) has recently confirmed that the third in its Oasis class series of cruise ships, following on from the Oasis of the Seas and Allure of the Seas, will be named Harmony of the Seas. Currently under construction at the STX France St Nazaire shipyard, and due for delivery in 2016, the new vessel will - like its two older sisters - feature an extensive array of decking and related products from the Dutch company, Bolidt.