Bousfields has landed at JFK airport in New York with a stunning, eye-catching design using BioCarbon Laminates, the UK’s first ever carbon neutral laminate.
This project has drawn upon the work of famous artist Pablo Picasso to create a stunning area at one of the biggest airports in the world. The panels are really eye-catching and the abstract nature of Picasso’s work is clearly reflected.
Utilising state of the art machinery
The 2D panels have been uniquely engineered using digital printing, to appear like they are protruding off the surface giving them an intriguing 3D effect. The panels, that are fit for the front cover of Vogue, were carefully manufactured using state of the art HOMAG CNC machinery and technology to produce this evocative design.
7 deliveries to the Big Apple. More than 1000 individual panels, spread artistically across several areas throughout the airport. The end product a fascinating, abstract design, inspired by the cubism style of Pablo Picasso.
So if you’re jetting out to the city that never sleeps, head to terminal 8 to catch a glimpse of our laminates being showcased at the world renowned airport.
Outstanding material properties
New York is the ultimate tourist destination in the United States and one of the biggest globally. With more than 50 million people passing through the corridors of JFK airport every year, our materials durability and impact resistant properties will help to battle off any wear and tear. The solid grade laminate is fire retardant as standard and in an environment susceptible to rigorous fire safety standards this feature is important.
As part of our ongoing commitment to carbon neutrality all 45.05 tons of carbon emissions generated from the manufacture, fabrication, delivery and install of BioCarbon Laminates for this project have been calculated and offset through a Carbon Management Programme to ensure carbon neutrality cradle-to-gate.
All carbon emissions have been accounted for through investment of Gold Standard carbon credits supporting global projects including the Kumasi Stoves Project in Ghana.
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