Project Description

Amtico Signature flooring provides texture and an understated elegance at the Hox Haus in Surrey


Designers’ Choice Basket Weave articulates the upper-floor games area

When Manchester-based architect and designer 74 extended and remodelled a Grade-II listed, two-storey Victorian brick building in Surrey, Amtico Signature was chosen to add texture and an understated elegance to the multipurpose venue.

Amtico Signature Ink Wash Wood is used throughout the clubhouse

The repurposed 453-sqaure-metre building, Hox Haus, now serves as the central focus, clubhouse and social amenity for the Hox Park student campus in Englefield Green. Hox Park is a mixed-use, master-planned scheme created by developer Moorfield Group for students attending Royal Holloway, University of London. Located within the existing pavilion building, the clubhouse contains a variety of multifunctional spaces for studying and socialising.


Amtico Signature Ink Wash Wood is used throughout the clubhouse, linking the finishes between the first and ground floors, including the internal stair treads. In order to create zones within the space, Designers’ Choice Basket Weave was laid in bespoke colours, providing the grounding for the pool and foosball tables in upper-floor games area.


The quiet study areas on the first-floor employ Eden Oak

The lighter, natural grain contrasts of Eden Oak complement the Ink Wash Wood in the quiet study area, located on the first-floor of the gatehouse extension. As this area is completely glazed, the architect felt a more natural oak effect was better suited to the modern aesthetic.

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