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Camden Market gets Washroom Washroom delivery

  • 20 Apr 2018

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Washroom Washroom has delivered a complete turnkey washroom refurbishment for Camden Market, one of London’s largest and most diverse markets.

The market welcomes over 28 million visitors per year to sample its vibrant mix of food, fashion and craft from in excess of 1,000 independent traders.

Washroom Washroom worked alongside contractor, PDC Construction, to refurbish the public toilet facilities at Camden’s Stables Market.

The two companies provided a complete turnkey solution, being involved from the initial design stage to completion in a mere six weeks.

The bespoke new washroom space had to be in-keeping with the contemporary Camden Market vibe, but also vital was for it to be highly durable, easy-to-clean and DDA compliant.

The outcome was a fresh, modern washroom facility, influenced heavily by vintage Victorian design, combined with modern materials to provide the best of both worlds.

Washroom’s solid grade laminate Senza toilet cubicles with footplates feature.

Manufactured with black solid grade laminate partitions as well as rough sawn, whitewashed oak pilasters plus blackened mild steel headrail and floor plates, the toilet cubicles were faced with a unique rusted metal effect mild steel finish.

The cubicle doors were adorned with bespoke vinyl graphic lettering, spelling CAMDEN to coincide with their surroundings, comprising a key part of the unique washroom design.

The vanity units feature countertop sinks, wall-mounted sensor-operated taps and bespoke mirrors with supporting frames created from pipework. Exposed brick and metro tiles completed the sought after industrial allure style.

A spokesperson from Camden Market said: “It was very important for the new washroom facilities to fit seamlessly with the style of the market as a whole.

“While we didn’t want them to look like traditional public toilet facilities, they still needed to be extremely hardwearing and easy-to-clean. PDC and Washroom have certainly delivered on both counts.

“We’re really pleased with the end result – the new washrooms are the perfect fit for Camden Market.”

Trevor Bowers, director at Washroom Washroom commented: “The collaboration between ourselves and PDC ensured that the client received a full service provision for all stages of the supply and installation, which was completed on time and on budget.

“The finished result is truly stand-out and I hope that visitors to the market enjoy the newly refreshed washroom design.”

Contact:

Washroom Washroom Ltd.
Units 1-10 Hill Farm
Epping Lane
Abridge
Essex RM4 1TU

Phone: 0800 999 8888

Email: info@washroom.co.uk

Visit the Washroom Washroom website

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