Kingsbridge Terraces


Client: Jerram Falkus Construction Ltd
Architect/Designer: Allies and Morrison
Project type: supply and fit 
Joinery services: Supply 27 kitchens bathrooms 30 bathrooms
Address: Wheelers Cross, Barking IG11 7EE


The client

Kingsbridge Terrace is part of the London Borough of Barking & Dagenham framework. Comprised of  27 two and three bedroom maisonettes and three bedroom houses available to buy through shared ownership. The development is aimed at creating affordable housing for people who are currently working or living in the borough of Barking & Dagenham. 

After a competitive tender process the joinery were thrilled to win the work  to supply all 27 kitchens and 30 bathrooms for all four blocks. 

Joinery services

Working in partnership with award winning, urban planning practice Allies and Morrison, we were tasked with procuring affordable but durable materials, that were both simple but stylish. 

Using a cashmere paint on the kitchen doors to bring warmth to the apartments. We built the kitchens using MDF wood with a melamine back. Finishing with a PVC mixed matt and gloss paint with metallic  BA handles.


Wheelchair access kitchen

One of the apartments that we were working on was a wheelchair access kitchen.  This came fully loaded with an adjustable rise and fall sink and hob. We also equipped the property with a side opening oven, le mons corner storage unit, and an adjustable larder shelving unit. 

Being one of the first wheelchair access kitchens that we had worked on we were determined to make sure that we had covered every eventuality to make the space as comfortable for the occupant as possible. 

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Telephone House


Client: C.F Moller Architects  
Architect/Designer: C.F Moller Architects 
Project type: Supply and fit 
Joinery requirements: Build a mezzanine floor, kitchen unit, shelving and storage, stairs x2, seating unit, meeting room, wardrobe
Address: Telephone House, London  


The client

C.F. Møller Architects is one of Scandinavia’s leading architectural firms, with 90 years of award-winning work in the Nordic region and worldwide. Due to the successful growth of the business the team were in need of a full office renovation to make room for their expanding team. In order to keep disruption to a minimum our clients opted to stay in the same location and so were looking for innovative ways to create more space. Being local to Shoreditch, the practice instructed our commercial London joinery in the summer of 2018, to carry out the joinery works.

joinery requirements

 The client had an ambitious design as they were hoping increase desks and meeting room space without compromising on storage. In order to achieve this objective, the joinery were required to build a complete mezzanine floor with a kitchenette, shelving and under stair storage, bleacher seating units, meeting rooms, wardrobe, and two wood staircases. The entire structure was made using ply wood, with a custom made power coated stainless steel staircase banister.  


The results

From start to finish the project lasted 12 weeks, which included the build and installation of all joinery items. The process ran smoothly and we were able to deliver the joinery works on time and within budget. 

The architects were very pleased with the office renovation and we look forward to maintaining a healthy working relationship going forward.   

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University College of London


Client: University College of London  
Designer/Architect: Burwell Deakins 
Project type: commercial joinery – supply and install 
Joinery requirements: council room and conference suite, two tables, curved media unit, storage units, and a refreshment station
Address:  University College London, Gower Street, London WC1E 6BT


The client

University College of London (UCL) is one of the world’s leading multi-disciplinary universities, with more than 11,000 staff and 39,000 students from 150 different countries. 

When the opportunity presented itself to work with the esteemed establishment we jumped at the chance to get involved with the project.


The Requirements

The university was in the process of refurbishing both their council room and conference suite and required the following bespoke carpentry: two tables, curved media unit, storage units, and a refreshment station.


Bespoke carpentry

The project required the joiners to build in a curved media and storage unit to be flush against the wall.  To ensure that we eliminated any potential for error, all the timber that was used for this piece was cut on our CNC machine to achieve the perfect fit. 

Due to the volume of individual timber slats and complexity of the assembly. The client asked the joinery to install all units.   


The metal work

For the project we were also instructed to build two tables. One being 6.2m x 2.6m and the other 3m x 2m, which required fully bespoke chrome angled legs and frame work. 

Collaborating with a ironmongers we were about to source the right design to meet the clients brief. 

If you have any upcoming bespoke carpentry requirements we’d love to hear from you so get in touch today. 

The Scolt Head Pub


Client: The Scolt Head Pub
Designer: Falkus Joinery
Project type: commercial joinery – supply and fit
Joinery requirements: Bespoke doors X2 
Address: 107a Culford Road, London, N1 4HT


Joining the community

Named after a small island just off the North Norfolk coast, the Scolt Head is a charming community pub, which is held in high regard by the locals for its excellent food, extra circular activates such as swing dancing, darts, and jazz, and the friendly staff.


The requirements

In 2006 the establishment came under new management and required a few modifications and so called upon the joinery to assist with designing, building, installing the new bespoke doors for the side entrance of the pub.

Made to match

The doors were designed to match the existing pub doors, using a meranti timber and clear finish. To add a little character to the door we cut in a curved mid rail.

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Client: Benoy Ltd
Benoy Ltd
Project type: Office fit out | supply and fit 
Joinery requirements: Build and install office furniture 
Address: 1 Monkwell Square, London, EC2Y 5BL

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The client

Benoy are a world class architecture practice, celebrated for their creative and commercial viability and vision.  Due to the companies rapid growth they were in need of an office revamp and required new custom made furniture and desks to accommodate the team. 

Having heard of the joinery’s reputation, Benoy commissioned the workshop to carry out the works for their new London office. 

Joinery requirements

The client were mindful of future proof the space and therefore required durable furniture that was both comfortable and stylish.

Using a hard wood American Ash to ensure durability, we colour matched the timber to be consistent with leather upholstery and Polyrey laminates. Then using traditional joinery jointing methods to reduce mechanical fixings to achieve the finished product. 


The results

Benoy-custom-made office desk
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Custom-made-bench seating-unit

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