WA Museum Boola Bardip
Perth’s WA Museum Boola Pardip, in Western Australia, features two custom-made versions of Agglotech’s marble and Portland cement terrazzo, which was used for the flooring and stair cladding. The impact of the marble has exalted this museum that tells the great many stories of Western Australia, from the local culture to the region’s works of art.
Having closed for renovation in 2016, this prestigious museum was inaugurated in the Perth Cultural Centre on November 21, 2020, debuting both its new exhibits and a stunning new design. Agglotech contributed to this project in collaboration with the company’s local distributor, European Ceramics, by providing the elegant Venetian terrazzo for a portion of the flooring and for the majestic staircase at the center of the museum. Elegant spaces come to life thanks to the marble cement produced and custom-designed by Agglotech in two distinctive colors: one with dark marble aggregate set in a reddish cement base used as a design feature in a number of exhibit and lounge areas, and another, light-gray terrazzo for the central hall and a number of hallways. The sophisticated aesthetic and proven technical performance of terrazzo enabled the museum’s designers to express the essence of this natural material while ensuring wear resistance and ease of maintenance over time.
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