Wood veneer and back-painted glass used to transform office space

  • 22 May 2015

The new offices at Two Pancras Square are spread over nine floors. Designed by Allies and Morrison, the building offers views across England’s capital city from its roof terraces.

Washroom Washroom combined real wood veneer with back-painted glass to create a unique space for the contemporary offices

Craftsmanship from Washroom Washroom

The building’s washrooms are located in the middle of each floor plate, allowing the space to be effectively divided between its two occupants.

Because of this, the washrooms’ exterior walls are visible; they had to be decorated to compliment the offices’ contemporary aesthetic.

To achieve this, Washroom Washroom offered a bespoke mix of wood veneer and back-painted glass wall linings in a royal purple shade to clad the walls.

Working alongside Square Metre, Washroom’s joinery team also fitted a new reception counter and a central hub area in the building.

Manufactured in Corian in bright white, the reception counter is durable and easy-to-clean, making it suitable for use in an office environment.

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