DIAGEN antenatal clinic, Szczecin/PL
Glass fabric: Safe for mother and child
Pregnancy is a draining time for women and their unborn children. Changeable or inappropriate environmental influences can have a negative impact on their wellbeing. This is why high-class clinics and hospitals place an emphasis on providing a clean, hygienic environment. The DIAGEN antenatal clinic, which cares for families in Szczecin and the surrounding area, is no exception.
Initial situation: Renovating the old building
After around 100 years of operation, the old building that houses the DIAGEN antenatal clinic was in need of renovation. The aim was to create an attractive and hygienic environment for the female patients and their unborn children. The new wall covering needed to be resistant to impacts, reinforce the walls and have a long life cycle.
Solution: SYSTEXX glass fabrics
All SYSTEXX wall coverings are made from natural raw materials, and are Oeko-Tex certified and free from PVC, formaldehyde and solvents. This results in a healthy, breathable indoor climate and protects the environment. One of the fabrics used in the clinic is SYSTEXX Premium 060. Its stylish, timeless design and particularly high resistance to scrapes, knocks and scratches make it a perfect choice for the clinic. And hygienic does not have to mean boring: in addition to the virtually smooth Premium 060, the clinic opted for the SYSTEXX Active L65 logo fabric. This is a glass fabric that can be customized with a corporate logo. Thanks to the special Jacquard weave technology, it is possible to incorporate almost any type of image and logo, including non-geometric shapes.
Result: Healthy and attractive
Since SYSTEXX Premium 060 and Active L65 fabrics have the same basic structure, they can be hung seamlessly. The result is elegant, unbroken spaces that have no impact on patient health, thanks to the special properties of SYSTEXX fabrics.
ul. Św. Wojciecha 7
SYSTEXX Premium Exclusive 060 +R
SYSTEXX Comfort Glassfleece V22
SYSTEXX Active Logo L65
GSM: 881 558 585