Penhaligon’s is a historical London perfume house founded by William Henry Penhaligon, a barber and perfumer from Cornwall who produced the company’s first scent in 1872. For such a classical, iconic brand, Agglotech had no choice but to produce some very special terrazzo flooring that made full use of Italian company’s vast color palette.
Penhaligon’s has a classical style, so marble-cement flooring is an ideal pairing with the store’s characteristic architecture. Produced by Agglotech, the Venetian flooring creates a pattern of three distinct colors: SB1000, a bright white created by amalgamating marble aggregate extracted directly from the marble quarries on the island of Thassos; SB151, a smoky gray terrazzo of medium intensity; and SB148, which is a deeper gray. All three colors are a part of Agglotech’s line of micro-terrazzo, a marble-cement agglomerate that features a very fine marble aggregate. These three colors of terrazzo were used to create a highly personalized pattern in the floor that produces a sort of three-dimensional effect. This project is an excellent example of how Agglotech innovation in the processing of materials is worthy of interpreting the age-old tradition of Venetian terrazzo flooring.
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