55 St James's Street
ARCHITECT: EPR Architects
MAIN CONTRACTOR: Galliford Try
CONTRACT VALUE: Confidential
SITE DURATION: 16 weeks
Stylish commercial washrooms from Maxwood have a starring role in an impressive development in London’s West End. The new building at 55 St James’s Street creates over 23,000 sq ft of Grade A office accommodation, designed to attract a high calibre of tenant.
The internal fit-out includes high quality male, female and DDA compliant washrooms, custom-made and installed by Maxwood over seven floors. In keeping with the project’s prestigious specification, the washrooms feature a distinctive cast of luxury materials, from real wood veneer cubicles and decorative glass duct panelling to high performance hardware with an attractive copper-coloured finish.
Maranté cubicle range, bespoke cubicle doors, divisions and pilasters for the new offices are faced with an attractive Dark Oak veneer from the ALPIkord range.
Maxwood’s Maxwall Duct Panelling system a made-to-measure glass finish ducting units, back-painted in a subtle Mouse-Grey,
The stainless steel hardware, such as cubicle handles and hinges, are PVD (Physical Vapour Deposition) coated to simulate the luxurious effect of copper.
Trough-style vanity tops, custom designed and manufactured by Maxwood in Corian Designer White.
Vanity Mirror Units feature a stainless steel band to the lower horizontal edge fixed with ‘lift off’ clips. The vanity area is completed by bespoke cupboard units with access towel hatch to front elevation, hinged ALPIkord veneer doors (to match cubicles) and removable powder coated stainless steel bins.