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October 2014 Newsletter


High End Hotel Choose Kemmlit Cubicles for Staff Rooms

Sea Containers House

Kemmlit's Apex Cubicle System

The Cronus fully framed cubicle and Type R2 locker systems

Sea Containers House on the banks of the River Thames in London was originally built as a hotel in the 1970's but became an office building in the mid-1980s.

Following an extensive external and internal refurbishment which began in 2012, carried out by specialists Chorus, part of the Byrne Group and designed by principle Architects TP Bennett, the building now features over 224,000 sq ft. of refurbished office spaces, restaurants and bars and the high end 365 bedroom Mondrian Hotel which opened in September this year.

The hotel is said to capture the essence of the original building integrated with the modern twists and sophisticated design for which the Mondrian brand is known for.

For the hotel staff rooms Kemmlit's Apex Cubicle System was specified - the Apex cubicles are highly durable and feature 13mm solid grade laminate panels, rebated doors and stainless steel fittings.

Other scope of works provided by Kemmlit included duct panelling and vanity units.

The Apex Cubicle System is part of an extensive range of quality cubicle and locker systems from Kemmlit UK who also offer a design, project management and installation service.

Kemmlit have recently completed a number of locker and cubicle projects for The Radisson Hotel Group, the Savoy Hotel and also for Yo Sushi and 5 Guys Burger Restaurants.

Note to editors: In addition to Architects TP Bennett, EPR Architects were also involved in the project.

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