Client: Berkeley Homes/Pantera Carpentry
Architect/Designer: Hawkins Brown 
Project type: commercial joinery – supply only
Joinery requirements: concierge shelving system, reception desk, mail box bank, post box, and wardrobes
Address: Woodberry Down, Hackney


Hidden gem of London

Located only short 20-minutes from the City, in zone two, the Woodberry Down estate offers an idyllic place of residence. The estate strikes the perfect balance between city living and your very own private oasis.

Surrounded by the natural picturesque waterside nature reserve and sailing lake. The thriving community enjoy their pick of endless community activities, shops, restaurants, and water sports.

Woodberry Down is one of the United Kingdom’s most unique regeneration projects and truly London’s hidden residential gem.

Commercial joinery requirements

When tendering for the development, it was clear that this was certainly a special project to be a part of. Having previously worked with Berkeley Homes on developing luxury apartments, we were confident that we understood high level expectations.

This commercial joinery project required us to renovate the concierge area, one sole flat, and one show home. The project required the following joinery works: concierge shelving system, reception desk, mail box bank, post box, and wardrobe.


Our process

The design stage for the project began in late October 2017. From design to build the project spanned eight-months due to the overall flow of the project.

We were required to design lots of boxes with metal trim to make up the shelving units in the concierge area as well as integrating the post box unit. This included a standalone post box unit and reception desk and more shelving next to the lounge.

The project ran smoothly without a hitch and the client was thrilled with the end result.

Luxury new build development

If you have any similar commercial joinery projects that you wish to discuss, please do not hesitate to get in touch. 

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