25 Cabot Square is a 17-floor office building occupied by Morgan Stanley in the Canary Wharf development in London. Over the past six years this space has undergone extensive refurbishment and extension works.
Maxwood created a stunning washroom which incorporates beautiful Terrazzo which encompassed the floors, vanities, and walls. It is a striking design with contrast cubicles in a real wood oak veneer it is a terrazzo lover’s dream.
– Marante cubicles in Real wood Oak Veneer
– Maxwall WC duct panels in Fenix Nero Ingo Laminate
– Xeista vanity top from Terrazzo
– Ironmongery in solid stainless steel
– Wall mounted Prism mirror units
– Mirage Shower Cubicles
– Lockers and benching
The Marante real wood veneer cubicle system featured in Devon House, another Maxwood Washrooms project, that you can read about here.
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