Royal College of Pathologists
Located in Aldgate, this seven-storey building is the College’s new HQ and provides space for a multitude of purposes, ranging from overnight staff accommodation to state-of-the-art pathology research. With its environmentally efficient design and striking use of concrete and timber throughout, this project has received many accolades including: AJ Architecture Awards – Shortlisted, Workplaces (up […]
Bureau, 90 Fetter Lane
Having achieved a BREEAM rating of “Excellent”, this notable midtown project has succeeded in turning the property heads of the capital. The “cut & carve” refurbishment has created an 8-storey multi-occupier workspace over a total of 76,000 sq. ft, including state-of-the-art cycling facilities in the basement level. PRODUCTS SCOPE: Flush-fronted, full height Maranté WC Cubicle […]
Maxwood makes a splash with executive washrooms for 3 Pancras Square
Maxwood has once again demonstrated its design and manufacturing expertise with executive washrooms for a landmark commercial development in Central London. Maxwood’s package for 3 Pancras Square, the latest building in Argent’s King’s Cross masterplan, provides male, female and accessible washrooms over ten floors of contemporary office space, together with changing facilities in the basement. […]
Maxwood washrooms star in London’s West End development
Stylish commercial washrooms from Maxwood have a starring role in an impressive development in London’s West End. The new building at 55 St James’s Street creates over 23,000 sq ft of Grade A office accommodation, designed to attract a high calibre of tenant.
Maxwood goes for gold with luxury washrooms for London’s Broadgate Quarter
Luxurious washrooms by Maxwood, specified in a stunning gold and black colour scheme, are among the premium facilities for the new tenants of Broadgate Quarter in the heart of the City of London.
Maxwood Washrooms add value and style at London’s Chancery Lane
Executive washrooms, custom-designed and manufactured by Maxwood, are adding value and style to a distinctive commercial redevelopment on London’s Chancery Lane.