Surface Designs are wholesalers of rubber surfacing for indoor and outdoor leisure, sports and play surfaces. They are the sole distributors for Australia and New Zealand, of Rosehill TPV®. They were the exclusive supplier of the rubber wetpour for the renovation of the Jewish Museum in Sydney’s Darlinghurst in 2017.
The renovations done by Lamond Building Projects, and the rubber wetpour installed by Glooloop Surfacing are visually stunning, and a credit to great design, where visitors can enjoy the safe surface in a historical learning environment.
Rosehill TPV® is unique in rubber wetpour, that the individual granules aren’t porous, so they don’t absorb the polyurethane binder used in the wetpour process. This means that rather than hardening over time, the surface stays soft and continues to perform as intended. Along with a programmed, regular maintenance program, the surface will provide years of use.
Rosehill TPV® has been used globally for several years across such projects as the London Olympic Stadium Circle Bridge, Disney, Sea World & Universal Studios.