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Bespoke joinery for levels 16 and 17 of an occupied office.

Office – CAT B

Occupying the 16th and 17th floors of 100 Bishopsgate, international law firm Cadwalader, Wickersham & Taft LLP (CWT) engaged our client, Overbury, to transform its workspace. Collaborating with Overbury and the architect Savills, our team meticulously crafted bespoke joinery for the reception, breakout, collaboration, and refreshment areas.

Key highlights of the project include a branded feature wall in the reception area with integrated lighting, and a stunning 5m feature wall and staircase connecting levels 16 and 17, designed from oak with black metalwork and open treads and risers. In the refreshment and breakout areas, we created three bespoke coffee stations, a tea point, and two booth seats upholstered in the firm’s yellow and blue brand colours. For the copy areas, we used smoked oak laminate and selected a veneer for the seating and wall panelling.

As part of our process, we invited our client and the design team to our workshop in Bramling to witness the joinery in production and discuss the installation phase. To minimise disruption to the building’s occupants, the joinery was installed overnight while the 17th floor remained in use throughout the fit-out. The completed workspace was successfully handed over to the client at the end of May 2024.

The honeycomb-style veneered oak ceiling rafts were an impressive 6m x 3m in dimension and perfectly aligned with the herringbone flooring, integrating beautiful bubble-shaped light bulbs. Another unique feature was the hidden tea point on the upper ground floor, utilising a bi-folding wall to maximise the space, creating separation and privacy when needed.

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