Washrooms to complement common areas

4th April 2017

Working on some of the latest office developments has put us at the forefront of the emerging trend for washrooms shaped by the style of the building they’re designed for.

Washrooms to match common areas -external door sets as well as a full glass fascia wall to the exterior of the washrooms at Two London Bridge

Designing washrooms to complement or reflect the style of a building’s common areas such as lift lobbies, reception foyers and staff changing areas has become second nature. Our Iconica Collection offers a range of materials and finishes including those not traditionally associated with washrooms such as deep gloss lacquered doors, back painted glass, real wood veneers and anodised aluminium – providing all the tools needed to create a washroom to match any theme and reflect a building’s unique style.

Self-contained ‘superloos’ which include a toilet, vanity unit and hand drying facilities, all enclosed behind a standard, full height door are another great way for washrooms to match or tone in with common areas while maximising the available space. Take a look at our work at Heal’s in London or 125 Wood Street to see our ‘superloos’ in situ.

But it doesn’t stop there. Working closely with our in-house joinery division, we can also provide a design and installation service to ensure complete consistency of design between areas. We recently created the sunning bespoke Corian reception desk installed at The Bower, Stockley Park and as part of our work at Two London Bridge we designed all the external door sets as well as a full glass fascia wall to the exterior of the washrooms.