July 22, 2012 @ 11:19 PM
Is grey boring?
Not if you are talking about latex and rubber flooring. If you don’t like grey, you can choose from almost any colour imaginable. With French flair and panache and innovation - Dalsouple offers an alluring and attractive, stimulating, if not spicy, range of colours to suit your fancy for any room in your house. It might not be a red room of pain in your house, but maybe you could whip it up in the kitchen or bathroom with rubber flooring or walling in sassy hot pink, tingling tangerine, midnight blue, lusty lemon, ravishing red, luscious lime, licorice strap black, or… your guess maybe more furtive than ours! Go ahead and boggle our minds with the colour of your desire at no extra cost! Dominate ...
July 22, 2012 @ 12:44 AM
A new university building at RMIT is about to be opened to students. The Swanston Academic Buliding in Melbourne has Dalsouple rubber tiles installed in Ibiscus (red), Pastille Alpha (studded) in its 8 elevators, and in 4 colours in smooth texture on its walls. The architect is Lyons.
RMIT vice-chancellor Margaret Gardner said: ''This is the biggest single-building project that RMIT has done in its history.''
See the video and photos of the design from the article in The Age called RMIT's Waves of Progress
Dalsouple Ibiscus, red studded rubber floor.
July 17, 2012 @ 9:37 PM
Page 146 of Australian Home Beautiful Magazine August edition.
July 14, 2012 @ 4:45 PM
We visited Macquarie Bank last week in Sydney to see how the rubber flooring was going. After nearly 4 years, we are thrilled with how great it looks. We had over 2500m2 installed in 2008 and 2009 in 6 different colours. The floor is polished every 3 months to maintain it's lovely glossy finish.
Vert Pomme, Pastille Alpha (R10 slip rating).
July 2, 2012 @ 8:45 PM
Murray Gardner, CEO of Dalsouple Australasia handed out Dalsouple 'rubber ducky' brochures to visitors at DesignBuild Expo at Jeff's Shed on the Natspec Stand. Dalsouple has a branded work section with Natspec.
Murray (on the right) with another supplier, Chris.