Questions of design at odi sub landboard offices

It was my first visit, last week, to the brand new Odi sub Landboard and in many ways I was impressed. It is large which was to be expected.

The Board meeting room was spacious and airy and, for once, vinyl tiles had been used throughout the building instead of the usual ceramic tiles.

The clinching argument in favour of vinyl tiles is that they can take hard wear, and even when cracked and damaged can still appear reasonably okay whereas cracked and damaged ceramic tiles invariably look grotty in the extreme. On the other hand, it was surprising to see that numbers of tiles had already fallen off the kitchen wall and that staff had been obliged to place filing cabinets in the narrow passage which gives access to their offices.

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