New Brimbank Aquatic and Wellness Centre features Life Floor’s wildlife inlays in its splash park


As well as a range of innovations in the new Brimbank Aquatic and Wellness Centre, Life Floor has introduced a floor insert in the children’s water play area featuring an Australian wildlife insert.

The aquatic playground uses 12 vibrant Life Floor tones – Terracotta, Pomegranate, Goldfish, Sunshine, Sandbar, Sandstone, Ivory, Seafoam, Turquoise, Iceberg, Aviator and Ocean – in a unique pattern that captures a local organic rock formation, making it exciting and makes colorful and safe environment for children to play.

Life Floor Design Studio refined Williams Ross Architects’ conceptual design, which was inspired by the nearby organic rock formation. The curves between the 12 different color changes – important to the designer’s intent – ​​were made possible with Life Floor tiles as they can be easily cut to form a flowing, seamless pattern.

Commenting on the project, Grant Burgess, Managing Director of Life Floor Australia & NZ said: “A standout feature of Life Floor is its amazing color palette and this installation showcases over a third of our color palette.

“Certainly took some time to cut and apply the curved design, but the finished product is sure to delight youngsters – especially the hopscotch square and Australian wildlife tile range.”

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Another innovation is the hidden impact pad at the base of the slide exit, which uses a thicker Life Floor tile to further cushion the flooring, while the new center is also the first installation to feature Life Floor’s new inlaid library used with Australian wildlife.

With the new center marking the 50th Life Floor installation since it began in Australia nearly five years ago, Burgess notes that more facility operators are now realizing the range of benefits this cushioned, non-slip foam rubber tiling system offers to help… Improve safety and cleanliness around the water surfaces.

The Brimbank Aquatic and Wellness Centre, built by ADCO Constructions, is set to become Australia’s first zero-emission aquatic centre.

Click here to contact Life Floor (AUS & NZ) via their listing on Australasian Leisure Management supplier directory.

Images show the Life Floor installation at the Brimbank Aquatic and Wellness Centre, Credit: Life Floor.

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