Public libraries are no longer a sedate environment with fluorescent lightning and students sitting at tables with volumes of books. The modern library is gradually being transformed into a colourful domain where the young and not so young can enjoy the access to e-books and a wide spectrum of modern tools for research as well as the traditional printed books.
Kelmscott Library in Perth, Western Australia recently went through a renovation process. MKDC is an award winning interior design practice specialising in creating functional workspace environments for private and public sector organisations were selected to design the new library.
MKDC chose PERSPEX Frost colours of Electric Blue, Orange, Chili Red, Crush and Glacier Green for the ceiling panels with formal wave effects to add a modern ambiance to the library environment.
PERSPEX Frost carries a 10 year guarantee that covers both internal and external applications, it is easily bent, thermoformed, fabricated and is fully recyclable. PERSPEX Frost comes in a large palette of colours such as translucent and with a unique double sided finish, with no visible fingerprints.
Allplastics provided the builders Scope Interiors in Perth with the complex shapes which where custom formed in Sydney.
“Our customer was more than pleased with the outcome of this challenging project”. Said Peter Thorp from Scope Interiors. “Allplastics managed to fabricate all our requirements in a tight deadline” he added.
Allplastics can cut, fabricate, CNC Router and polish a wide range of architectural and building plastics including PERSPEX Frost, Plexiglass, Design Composite Translucent panels, Zenolite, Metaline and many more for your next project requiring the WOW factor.