Washroom Washroom is soon to start work on two major new projects with ISG and BEH Interiors.
The washroom designer and manufacturer will be installing new male and female washrooms throughout AIG’s office in Croydon, as part of the building’s refurbishment.
The company has been appointed by ISG to work alongside Fabric Architecture on the project, where new washrooms have been specified with Washroom’s highly engineered full height Marcato toilet cubicles.
These cubicles feature a flush fronted design and rebated finish to ensure division panels and doors meet edge-to-edge for maximum privacy.
The second contract will see Washroom Washroom work with BEH Interiors and 3equals1Design on the More London development on London’s South Bank.
The constantly evolving, modern 13-acre mixed-use site features a mix of grade A office space, restaurants and shops, as well as a unique sunken open-air 1000-seat amphitheatre, with a packed programme of music and entertainment events.
The new male and female washrooms on the fifth floor of Building Six will feature Washroom’s high specification Alto toilet cubicles, manufactured with a laminate finish and painted edges designed to match the building’s corporate colours.
2017 has been a fruitful year for Washroom Washroom and with many more exciting projects lined up, it’s on course to be one of the most successful periods in recent years.
Washroom Washroom Ltd.
Units 1-10 Hill Farm
Essex RM4 1TU
Phone: 0800 999 8888
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