BETHNAL GREEN ROAD

ABOUT THE PROJECT

Client: Pantera Carpentry
Architect/Designer:
Project type: supply and install
Joinery requirements:
wall, frame and wall panelling
Address: Bethnal Green Road, Shoreditch, London, E1

Bethnal-Green-Road-reception-area
Gold vintage light fixtures

The client

Leading carpentry contractor were in need of extra joinery assistance and so called upon the workshop to assist with building a traditional dark oak panelled wall effect for a high-end reception area. Choosing such a dramatic colour meant that we were going to have to choose the tone of the stane carefully and work with the spaces natural light to accentuate the character of the room and to avoid it overwhelming the space.

Joinery materials

Using a solid, FSC American white oak and crown cut selected fire rate veneered boards, we stained the timber to match the existing wood frames that were used for the original antique mirrors.

The panel section for the walls was measuring in at 1.2m wide and needed to be identical in cut and size and so due to the size and scale of the panels, they had to be built in the workshop and transported and installed.

Custom built mirrored reception desk
Dark-wood-panel-walls-and-doors

The results

For this project, Falkus Joinery was also required to designed and manufactured the heavy door sets and other communal joinery.

The client was thrilled with the end results and as due to the success of the project we were able to foster a strong working relationship and continue to collaborate on joinery projects.

We hope you enjoyed reading about our latest project. If you have any questions or would like to discuss any upcoming projects – get in touch today. 

Waugh Thisteleton

ABOUT THE PROJECT 

Client/ designer:  Waugh Thistleton Architects
Project type: Office renovation – build and install
Joinery requirements: solid douglas fir office desks
Address: 77 Leonard Street, London EC2A 4QS

Waugh Thistleton architects practice

The client

Waugh Thistleton has experience in delivering a wide range of building types, including affordable housing, private residential projects, offices and commercial spaces, and mixed-use, cultural and leisure. The quality of our buildings and our commitment to the use of timber construction has earned us an international reputation for environmentally sustainable architecture and design. As the practice grew in success as did their headcount and in order to accommodate their growing numbers the practice called on the assistance of the joinery.

The process

Falkus Joinery was asked to build and install solid douglas fir office desks to better accommodate the architect’s growth.

Measuring over four metres long the joinery used a clear 25% sheen lacquer to bring out the different colours of that naturally occur in North American timber. The variation of colour is typically due to the age and location of the tree when cut for timber.

Unpolished hardwood table top
Branded softwood coffee table

The material

Although douglas fir is a consistently pale sawn timber it is almost impossible to tell what colour will show through once finished making each desk truly unique.

We hope you enjoyed reading about our latest project. If you have any questions or would like to discuss any upcoming projects – get in touch today.