Bayside High makes waves in Virginia Beach

April 01, 2007 |

Looking to create a nautical theme for the interior spaces at Bayside High School in Virginia Beach, Va., architect Rodriguez Ripley Maddux Motley Architects, Norfolk, Va., specified Armstrong Marmorette linoleum flooring. The colorful flooring, which is made from natural, renewable raw materials, including organic pigments, wood dust, linseed oil, and jute backing, was installed in green and blue flowing waves that meander throughout the classrooms, corridors, auditorium cafeteria, and the main entrance.

“It's a very spirited atmosphere and unifies the entire school,” said Leigh Barker, director of interior design with RRMM.

Armstrong Input No. 305 at BDCnetwork.com/quickResponse

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