Public Buildings

Transportation Terminal

Traffic on train stations and airports is particularly high due to the volumes of passengers, wheeled luggage, transportation vehicles and caddies. There are therefore high demands on the floorcovering regarding durability and wear-resistance. Appearance and design are also very important and have to be considered when selecting a floorcovering. With norament rubber tiles nora offers durable floorcoverings that meet the highest demands and convince with their diverse design and inlay possibilities.

 

Public Buildings Terminal

 

Public Buildings Terminal

 

Public Buildings Terminal

 

Public Buildings Terminal

 

Public Buildings Terminal

 

Public Buildings Terminal

 

Public Buildings Terminal

 

Public Buildings Terminal

References

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Rotterdam The Hague Airport 

Netherlands

Durable norament® 926 serra rubber floor tiles for a comfortable acoustics in the arrival hall – Rotterdam The Hague Airport opened its doors in 1956, under the name of Zestienhoven.

 
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Airport: Terminal "Check in 3" 

Austria

The new “Check in 3” terminal has been operating at Vienna Airport since the beginning of June, 2012: Formerly known as “Skylink”, the new building features unusual architecture and high-quality building materials.

 
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Hongqiao International Airport, Shanghai 

China

The world’s largest area for a single project in nora’s history

 

Suitable products

norament® 926/825

Rubber flooring for extremely heavy traffic areas, with classical round pastille, one-coloured

norament® 926 satura

Rubber flooring for extremely heavy traffic areas, with hammerblow surface and tone-in-tone granular design

norament® 926 grano

Rubber flooring for extremely heavy traffic areas, with hammerblow surface and a granular design rich in contrast

norament® 926 arago

Flat, direction-oriented relief structure with fine granules and modern marbling design for maximum demands. No two tiles are the same – each square meter is totally unique.