ARCHITECT: John Robertson Architects
MAIN CONTRACTOR: ISG
CONTRACT VALUE: Confidential
SITE DURATION: 8 weeks
Luxurious washrooms by Maxwood, specified in a stunning gold and black colour scheme, are among the premium facilities for the new tenants of Broadgate Quarter in the heart of the City of London. The major remodelling project by ISG on behalf of developer Hines provides Grade A office space, managed by Helix Property Advisors, in one of the capital’s most desirable locations. The new washrooms feature laminated glass with a unique metallic effect from the Swisslamex range. Inlaid with a ‘gold’ coated fabric mesh, the glass creates a shimmering finish to duct panelling and vanity splashbacks that changes with the light and angle of view.
Maranté cubicle system provided an elegant solution for the majority of washrooms. The full-height doors and pilasters were manufactured from a High Pressure Laminate (HPL) with a Jet Black Gloss finish.
Maxwall panels, faced with the Swisslamex ‘gold’ glass.
Sparkling white sanitaryware completes the designer-inspired washrooms
Trough-style vanity tops from its popular Xeista range, manufactured in Glacier White Corian.
Vanity Mirror Units for the new washrooms are gas-strut hinged
“We considered a number of manufacturers but only Maxwood offered the design and manufacturing flexibility we were looking for on this high profile project. We, and our clients, are delighted with the finished washrooms.”
John Robertson Architects
“The team knew their products well and worked with us to ensure a great result,”