Red Earth Arts Precinct by Peter Hunt Architect | 2019 Design Awards Entry | Photo: Rob Ramsay

Public Spaces that Serve

We make a Smarter Impact with accessible products that can honour the overall design intent, from focused government workspaces to vibrant library & community centres. 

How Can Flooring Build Community?

The places we come together are the places where communities are formed. The spaces we gather in demand a thoughtful, insightful approach that considers movement, logistics, funding and a broad spectrum of usage.

Shaw Contract provides the product and expertise to design for communities in every kind of public space – libraries, airports, convention centres and government offices. Community by design.

Government Categories

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Narita International Airport by Nikken Sekkei Ltd

Public Spaces

Our Government segment provides solutions for: 

Airports

Federal Government Offices

Local Community Spaces

Local Government Offices

Public Libraries

SOLUTIONS

Solutions for Service

With a large collection of carpet tile and resilient products in stock in APAC, we’ll help keep your project on time, every time.

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This non-toxic, low-VOC system is easy to apply, eliminating the mess, curing time, odour and shipping cost of wet adhesives for immediate occupancy.

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Shaw Contract’s No Rules mergeable dye lots make it easy to mix and match replacement tiles over time without worrying about color matching.

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Our carpet tiles are Cradle to Cradle certified for: Material Health, Material Reutilisation, Water Stewardship, Renewable Energy & Carbon Management, and Social Responsibility.

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And at the end of your carpet's useful life, we’ll pick it up and recycle it at no cost to you - that’s the Shaw Environmental Guarantee.

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Our EcoWorx carpet tile backing offers significant environmental advantages, by using 40% less energy to produce & weighing 40% less than traditional carpet tile.

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Featuring Noble Materials Collection

Coroner's Court by Silver Thomas Hanley

2019 Design Awards Entry:

Helping to foster greater efficiencies to ensure services are responsive to the needs of the community.

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Photography by Tyrone Branigan
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Featuring Colour Frame + Colour Form tiles

Bunjil Place

by FJMT Studio

2019 Design Awards Entry:

Bunjil Place is an inclusive hybrid form of public building, reflecting and embracing our diversity.

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Photography by Trevor Mein

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Featuring Hexagon Collection

Adelaide Convention Centre                  

by Woods Bagot

2018 Design Awards Entry:

The interior is formed into a faceted, jewel-like space, harking to the indigenous crystals of the outback.

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Photography by Trevor Mein

Contact Us to Discuss Your Next Project

Our dedicated team members are here to help provide solutions for your next Government project.