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Decorative epoxy flooring example - bar room
The Audi Stadium Club in the Eastern Stand of the Adelaide Oval represents the very best in modern corporate hospitality and we
were invited to put down two decorative epoxy floors in this luxurious facility. The first of these was a soft and subtle, two-tone
marbled design in “Teahouse” grey for the Lawn Bar (now known as the John Platten bar), with clear non-slip in the service areas
and a satin polish applied for easier maintenance. What a place to watch sport!
Client - Adelaide Oval, John Platten Bar (Wetspot Consolidated P/L)
Location - Adelaide, SA
Floor Type - Bar Room/Restaurant (Retail and Commercial)
Design Scope -
The two-tone, “Teahouse” grey design was developed in consultation with architects for three areas requiring decorative resin
flooring (700m2 total).
Extensive patching of cracks/joints/gouges was required and large sections of concrete levelled (including ramping in doorways and
in-filling of data boxes) before a seamless floor was applied.
The John Platten Bar is a key feature of the prestigious Audi Stadium Club. A stylish, seamless, easy-to-clean decorative epoxy
floor with good wear characteristics was a priority for the architects.
To improve patron safety, a clear non-slip topcoat was applied around the bar service area. A semi-gloss polish was also applied over the
finish for easier maintenance.
The pictures above were taken during a follow-up inspection after the first game was played. Considering it was yet to be cleaned, the
decorative epoxy floor held up extremely well and still looked great.
Customer Feedback -
would definitely recommend them to colleagues & clients."
- Peter McGregor, Hames Sharley Architects
Customer Score - 9/10
You can find more information and tips on our decorative epoxy flooring post, and see more examples of decorative epoxy flooring in a takeaway restaurant, food
club room, restaurant
and office by clicking the links.
Take care and keep smiling,
Real World Epoxies