Visiting the museum is a popular activity for children and adults alike.
As a result, museums experience a lot of foot traffic, especially with large and frequent groups of school classes and tourists.
With such a large volume of visitors, it’s crucial to install durable museum flooring to ensure a long-lasting result.
One such option is rubber flooring, which provides a comfortable surface for visitors to walk upon while remaining easy for staff to clean and maintain.
In addition, its long life span makes it one of the most cost-effective flooring solutions over time, making it ideal for indoor environments with heavy foot traffic.
Current users include:
- National Museum of Australia, Canberra
- MONA Art Gallery Tasmania
- Powerhouse Museum, Sydney
- Melbourne Museum (pre history/dinosaur area)
- Melbourne Museum (Road safety exhibition)
- MCG, National Sports Museum, Melbourne
- Power House Museum, The Universal Machine exhibition (now called Cyberworlds)
- Shepparton Arts Museum (completing 2019)
- Federation Square (under specification via BKK and Second floor) completing late 2019
- Butterfly House, Hong Kong
- Dusseldorf “Kunsthalle” Museum of Modern Art. GERMANY.
- Guggenheim Museum of Modern Art, New York. USA
- Cité des Sciences de la Villette
- Parc des Expo Paris Musée de la Poste Paris
- Théâtre de Saumur
- Bibliothèque Médiathèque Dardilly Lyon École des Ursulines
- Paris Centre Culturel du Marais
- Paris Musées des Invalides
- Paris Cinéma Hall d’expo Défense Paris
- La Maison d’Alsace Champs Elysées
- Maidstone Museum & Bentlif Art Gallery East Wing
- Natural History Museum, London
- Tate Museum/Art Gallery, England
- Ferrari Museum, Italy
Why Install Rubber Museum Flooring?
Installing Dalsouple rubber flooring within a museum can provide numerous benefits. In addition to being cost-effective, it also boasts the following advantages over other flooring types:
It’s easy for staff to clean and maintain, ensuring the museum is kept tidy and presentable for visitors.
Better than hard non-forgiving echoing polished concrete floors
It has fantastic sound absorbency, helping to reduce echo and minimise the volume of sounds – ideal for quiet environments such as museums.
It’s soft and comfortable for museum visitors to walk on.
It’s naturally anti-slip, ensuring falls and other accidents will be kept to a minimum.
It possesses a long lifespan, often lasting for over 20 years. It won’t have to be replaced for a long time, meaning less disruptions over the years.
iRubber – The Rubber Flooring Specialists
If you’re interested in rubber museum flooring, or would simply like to learn more about Dalsouple natural rubber, contact the friendly team at iRubber for expert advice and information.
We’ve supplied rubber products for over 20 years, ensuring we can help with a range of applications, whether they’re commercial, industrial or residential.
Arrange for a quote today – give us a call on (03) 9773 9933, or complete our online contact form.