What do the toilets of a £40 million building look like?
1/1/2017 12:00:00 AM
48 Leicester Square in Central London is a landmark building which has been totally revamped at a cost of over £40 million to provide high end retail and office space over 8 floors.
Dating back to 1920, part of the original façade has been retained by the developers with the addition of an added upper story and an elegant curved roof.
In keeping with the high specification requirements of the building, Kemmlit’s Classic Cell floor to ceiling cubicles with a black finish were specified by Make Architects for each of the eight floors toilet blocks.
In addition, 70 of Kemmlit’s high performance IXOS lockers were also specified and installed in the building’s basement locker room.
Classic Cell has a timeless elegancy and purity of form. The smooth surface door fronts, concealed edges, 42 mm thick dividing walls and quality of construction make this the cubicle of choice for many architects and building owners.
IXOS lockers are robust, durable and secure, and are available with a choice of two door fronts – 8mm toughened glass or 13 mm solid grade laminate and can be configured to suit individual requirement.
Classic Cell cubicles and IXOS locker systems are part of a comprehensive range offered by Kemmlit including a design and installation service.