It took a long time to get started on creating a new space for the console room. After having moved there were so many other urgent projects. There was some space in an out-building, but it needed lining to make it enclosable, so I did a lot of framing and hanging of sheetrock (drywall) to make the space useable.
After some months it started to take shape. The room is not designed specifically to be a console room - it's a general purpose studio, but the door positioning into the adjoining was slightly influenced by the need to site a police box...
The wood on the floor is the frames for the roundel panels. I had to get these installed before there was room to bring the console in from the garage.
The floor is fairly conventional chipboard, but coated in several coats of a white epoxy paint. This paint is incredibly durable: it's withstood having a hammer dropped on it, and also had conventional acrylic interior paint scraped off it with a palette knife. Unfortunately it's also extremely smelly when being applied, and I had to use a good mask and goggles to keep it out of my lungs and eyes. Fortunately, after it's dried for a couple of days the smell is gone.
I moved the console back in as soon as I could clear the floor: it was taking a lot of space in the garage and I really wanted to get it installed again.