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A global leader in providing customised, multi material ceiling and wall solutions to meet complex interior designs, environmental solutions to meet sustainable strategies, and stunning contemporary canopies to meet modern day trends

In September 2011, Armstrong launched Armstrong Atelier. Atelier is a portfolio of solutions designed to take the relationship between architect/designer and building interior solutions provider to unprecedented levels. Armstrong Atelier* comprises a specially recruited team of multi-talented, versatile experts comprising CAD designers, project managers and technical sales representatives and a portfolio of intelligent, efficient, cost-effective tailored ceiling and wall solutions for even the most challenging of creative and technical briefs.

Armstrong’s offers a peerless portfolio of materials (mineral, metal, wood, resin and fabric) and systems including TECH ZONE which guarantees the integration of services such as lighting, air handling, loudspeakers and chilled beams).

Long before thinking ‘green’ became fashionable, Armstrong were considering how their products could be re-used, given the base material – mineral fibre - was ideal for recycling. Worldwide, the company has recycled over 11.5 million m² of old ceiling material - that’s more than 40,000 tonnes of construction waste that’s been diverted from landfill.

  • Address: Armstrong World Industries
    Building Products Division
    Armstrong House
    38 Market Square
    UB8 1NG