ProjectHerbal House
ProductCorporate MW40 and ECO 50
ArchitectBuckley Gray Yeoman
Date2017
ContractorAllied London

Crittall has recently completed a project with Buckley Gray Yeoman and Allied London at Herbal House in Central London. The building, once an industrial warehouse, now features a multitude of bespoke design features, to compliment the industrial look of the building. The Architects and Contractor wanted to keep the industrial feel to the building. The building is now used by a few high profile companies as contemporary workspace, offering open plan, modern workspace.

The building is located in London’s hub for digital, design and creative business, and was renovated in a way that kept and celebrated its history. The building features Crittall MW40 windows, and ECO 50 doors, which compliment the industrial style of the building.

Photography courtesy of Oliver-Pohlmann photography.


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