Innovative washroom manufacturer, Washroom Washroom, has recently completed the installation of new washrooms on three levels of a prestigious central London office building.
The building boasts a superb location in the heart of London’s thriving West End, next to iconic department store Fortnum and Mason, and provides flexible office space specifically for SMEs. It has recently undergone a complete refurbishment in a project led by Knight Harwood to ensure it provides high quality common areas and facilities, which are increasingly demanded by office staff.
Working closely with Knight Harwood, Washroom designed and installed both male and female washrooms on levels one to six of the building, also providing a complete plumbing service including cisterns, pans, push plates, taps hand dryers throughout. As the available washroom space on each floor was very tight, Washroom’s bespoke design helped to maximise the available space as well as complementing the remodelled reception and other refurbished common areas.
Washroom’s Marcato cubicle doors, manufactured in Solid Grade Laminate (SGL), provide a durable solution to reduce future maintenance costs and were the ideal choice for use in a busy office environment.
The vanity units, which feature individually shaped sinks, were manufactured in Solid surface Corian and specified in Antarctica White, to complement the rest of the washroom space. Corian not only looks great, with its seamless finish adding to the sleek design, but also offers incredible durability.
Washroom’s integrated duct panelling system, which – like the cubicles – was manufactured in SGL and specified in Pearl White, was installed both behind the WCs and underneath the vanity units, to allow ease of access for repairs and maintenance.
Andy Scott, construction manager at Knight Harwood, said: “We hadn’t worked with Washroom Washroom prior to this project but we were pleased with how smoothly the whole process worked. The client is pleased with the finish, as are we.”
Trevor Bowers, director at Washroom Washroom, commented: “This project required a balance between providing a durable solution without compromising on aesthetics so the choice of materials here was vitally important. Space was particularly tight on this project, but the team loves a challenge!”