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  • Creating Iconic washroom spaces

    The demand for bespoke, design-led washrooms has shaped the development of Washroom Washroom’s stunning Iconica Collection.

    An exclusive range of high specification bespoke products, materials, finishes and designs, the Iconica Collection is ideal for projects demanding exacting aesthetic and performance standards. It is intended to provide architects and specifiers with the tools to create quality, stylish washrooms and showers to suit the most discerning of clients. 


    High specification materials

    Material choice is everything. Utilising materials not traditionally associated with washrooms such as solid surface Corian, anodised aluminium, cast acrylic, Silestone and real wood veneers is an ideal way to create a unique design.

    Innovative products like Fenix NTM®, which has a tough acrylic resin surface with a super matt appearance and boasts anti-bacterial properties, are becoming more readily available. Washroom’s Alto FENIX toilet cubicle, for example, is available in 15 different shades – providing the perfect balance of form and function.


    Unusual finishes  

    Iconica provides virtually endless design possibilities across washroom cubicles, vanities, benching, lockers and integrated duct panelling, which can all be tailored to clients’ individual specifications. Its vast array of finishes including textured glass, stainless and textured steel, acid etching and anodised aluminium plus huge choice of colours and the option to incorporate digitally screen printed designs are perfect for those looking for a unique design.


    Bespoke designs as standard

    Flexibility of design is integral to the Iconica Collection. Features such as integrated handbag shelves, concealed consumables or duct panelling which doubles up to offer concealed storage enable architects to create a unique washroom space designed around clients’ individual needs.

    With its complete service encompassing design, manufacture, installation and project management, Washroom is able to effectively manage each aspect of a project and guarantee the high quality clients expect. With the option for the team to create a mock-up of the design at the outset, clients can rest assured the whole process will be as smooth as possible.


    Case Study: 7 Clarges Street, London

    Washroom Washroom has created new washrooms which blend classic and contemporary style for a sophisticated office development in the heart of Mayfair.

    The striking new retail and office development at 7 Clarges Street has been led by led by world-renowned architect Squire and Partners and coordinated by Laing O’Rourke for British Land. The development comprises bespoke office accommodation inspired by the established Mayfair streetscape as well as British tailoring and craftsmanship.

    The washrooms are a continuation of the interior design theme and feature stunning oak veneer to complement the rest of the building as well as high specification luxury staff shower facilities in the basement.

    Washroom’s full height Alto toilet cubicles and pilasters were both finished in real wood dark oak veneer, chosen to complement the wood used in the reception area and other common areas. Washroom’s Concerto integrated duct paneling system was faced with toughened back painted glass to create a seamless finish.

    Completing the washroom design are the bespoke white Corian vanities complete with sensor-operated taps, integrated waste bins and bespoke Corian recessed duct bag shelf above the sinks in a contrasting colour.

    For the staff shower and changing area, Washroom installed its high specification Octave lockers which were finished in the same dark oak real wood veneer as the toilet cubicles to continue the design. Each spacious shower room is completely self-contained with a bench and free-standing glass shower cubicle housed behind a standard door creating a changing area more akin to a luxury leisure facility.

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