We’re pleased to report an increase in turnover across all areas of the business for our last financial year – a fitting finale for our 20th anniversary.
We’re proud to offer a complete design, manufacture and installation service, with our talented team handling all aspects in-house, to provide our clients with greater certainty. This full-service approach has always been central to our business and always will be. In fact, we’re constantly investing in our manufacturing facility with new machinery including a new CNC machine alongside our recent office refurb and extension, so we can continue to grow and deliver more projects for our clients in the future.
In the year that we celebrated two decades operating as a business, we also completed countless projects ranging in size and scope – many undertaken in partnership with our in-house washroom division, Washroom Washroom.
One of the stand-out projects which we completed with Washroom at the end last year, was at One Westferry Circus. Here the moss living wall sets the tone for the main reception area with the striking matt black metal framework and bold lettering incorporated into the design. In the lift lobbies we installed bespoke concrete wall panels and light oak wood veneer panels, which complement the new washroom areas. In the staff shower and changing rooms, the Washroom team installed Forza lockers in a deep slate grey finish, complete with digital code access locks, plus grey stone effect solid surface trough vanities and copper taps.
Exchange House was another project where we worked together with Washroom to deliver a combination of tea points on various levels of the building as well as new washrooms and a shower area. The tea point surfaces were manufactured using COMPAC surface material from its stunning new Genesis collection with beautifully designed patterning running through the surface which we worked into our design to maximise its impact. Washroom manufactured the new vanity units using crushed Diespeker marble reclaimed from the floor of the reception area as part of the refurbishment, reducing the material waste from the project at the same time.
Stunning finishes and unusual materials
Providing the focal point of the new reception area at 88 Wood Street is the dogbone shaped table and reception desk which both feature a bespoke Terrazzo worktop from FORESSO with a walnut and sycamore mix plus ivory finish. The retail bar, island unit and high table in the reception area all also feature the same bespoke Terrazzo worktop and plywood finish panels – keeping the colour palate minimal. It’s the use of real greenery that adds colour to the design and we worked with ANS Global to deliver the living wall which acts as a backdrop to the whole space.
We put timber front and centre of the design as part of an office refurbishment for a technology company based in Marylebone. The slatted wall panelling and division panels together with cabinets and our Qubewall storage system were all manufactured using oak and finished with the same light stain. The bespoke fabric covered bench seating areas mirror the vertical lines of the slatted oak panelling behind. In the kitchen areas we used Corian solid surface for the worktops including lining the stainless-steel sink and the island unit. The mottled white ‘Rain Cloud’ colour specified complements the white cabinets and we top welded the Corian at all junctions for a totally seamless appearance.
It all adds up to a year of impressive results, with our team pulling out all the stops to deliver these fantastic projects and many more on schedule and on budget. We’ve got more projects ongoing and in the pipeline for this year so be sure to follow our social media channels on LinkedIn, Instagram and Twitter to keep up to date on progress.