Studio Alt Shift’s and Andrew Haythornthwaite were approached by Mothership Group – owner of Patterns, with a vision for a space that was hardworking, thought provoking and totally dedicated to enjoying music, sunshine and dancing, all housed in a seafront art deco building and terrace.
The project required replacing the 200m2 floor with a hard wearing surface – a ground asphalt surface was the decision taken for the project; a challenging material to bring into an interior environment.
Solution & Installation
The Pattern’s floor was a major feature of the space, it needed variation and texture, be easy to clean and, if damaged, inexpensive to repair.
IKO Terrazzo Flooring was a perfect choice for the nightclub’s floor, due to it’s hard wearing and seamless material, also offering moisture resistance.
IKO Terrazzo gave that individual elegance required, as no two installations are the same. Studio Alt Shift also designed and developed a bespoke table range using the IKO Terrazzo (usually used for floor and wall treatments) showing it’s versatility.