In the competitive world of bars, clubs and restaurants, it’s all about retaining existing customers and luring in new ones.  With the look and feel to these establishments playing such a huge part in customer satisfaction, it’s important for specifiers to get it right when choosing materials – and their choice of floor is one of the key aspects of great interior design.  It must not only look good, but it also has to be durable and hard-wearing, easy to maintain and long-lasting – which is why terrazzo flooring is the order of the day. 

The slip-resistant and decorative terrazzo floor is one of the most versatile flooring solutions in the marketplace with qualities that make it ideal for use in the hospitality industry. Its long and rich history, with archaeologists discovering terrazzo floors in ancient Neolithic settlements as far back as 8000 years ago, is testament to its unbeatable status as a flooring solution that stands the test of time.

Today, new interpretations of terrazzo have been created by combining decorative stone chippings with mastic asphalt, which is then polished to create infinite possibilities in any design situation.

In what was once a former art deco hotel on Brighton’s iconic seafront, the newly refurbished Patterns nightclub has been rebranded and redesigned, and offers cutting edge music to the south coast city is in keeping with its musical heritage.  In order to create the required ambience, a (MAT) floor is a major aesthetic feature of the nightclub space, bringing variation and texture as well as being incredibly durable and hardwearing.

The innovative, hard-wearing (MAT) has produced a seamless and durable surface – the perfect choice for a busy nightclub. It’s easy to clean and, if damaged, inexpensive to repair, which makes it a truly versatile product suitable for many high-traffic locations such as restaurants and bars to name but a few. It is also contemporary in look, with a high-quality, glossy finish.

Constantly evolving, (MAT) is one of the most adaptable floors on the market, as it can be tailored with different grades and a choice of colours which are added at the mixing point to provide a bespoke finish.

Proven throughout history and with roots throughout the world, terrazzo remains the ultimate sustainable flooring solution and the first choice for discerning designers.  Built to last, seamless and requiring minimal maintenance, (MAT)  flooring will look good year-after-year and adds style to any flooring project.