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Baker McKenzie

Baker McKenzie

Optima

Baker McKenzie’s offices in New Bridge Street has been equipped with the latest in glass partitions. These partitions make up a large part of the theme of their newly designed London Headquarters. Alongside designer, KKS Strategy and main contractor, Twenty1 Construction we have provided a fit-out bursting with vibrant colour and innovative design.
Bauer Media, London

Bauer Media, London

Planet

Planet was bought on to design, supply and install the interior glazed partitioning and doors to the meeting rooms, lobby and corridors throughout Bauer Media. Working over a 6-month period, a wide range of products were installed to meet the various specifications. To compliment the building's heritage, the interior was based on the mid-century era. Planet's LOFT range perfectly encapsulated the vintage aesthetic, with both LOFT20 and LOFT54 being used throughout the scheme. In the lobby area FireTec doors were used to meet fire requirements. Transoms and mullions were applied to keep the LOFT theme.
Baker Hughes Case Study

Baker Hughes Case Study

Stonhard UK Ltd

Stonclad GS, Stonhard's epoxy mortar system replaced Baker Hughes' raw concrete floors. Stonclad is formulated specifically for manufacturing environments and proven to withstand heavy machinery, forklift traffic whilst resisting abrasion and chemical stains. The result is a showroom floor that is bright, anti-slip and easy to clean reflecting the standards and reputation Baker Hughes is known for
Baker McKenzie, Sydney

Baker McKenzie, Sydney

SAS International Ltd

SAS International supplied 1,200m2 of sophisticated metal ceilings and acoustic baffles to complement the building’s sustainable design. As a linear design is prominent in the lobbies and in hallways, SAS750 battens were chosen for their ability to run the length of the corridor, opening up the space. A high level of sound absorption was required in the main lobby, SAS500 baffles were selected to meet both the architect’s aesthetic vision as well as acoustic performance requirements. In the main breakout area SAS740 baffles fitted the curve of the space, achieving the multiple radii required within the area.
Baker Street, London

Baker Street, London

Washroom Washroom Ltd

Together with its in-house joinery division Washroom delivered a new basement shower and changing area, plus kitchenettes and storage for this redeveloped office. Forte SGL shower cubicles with satin anodised aluminium pedestal legs and 'D’ shaped headrail, were specified in dark grey. The spacious cubicles include a bespoke fold-down bench for extra convenience. Washroom installed bespoke white Corian solid surface vanity units complete with inset wastebin in the superloos. The team also crafted a bespoke oak staircase which runs on every level of the building and installed new oak slatted wall panels throughout to complete the design.
55 Baker Street, London

55 Baker Street, London

AET Flexible Space

London & Regional Properties proposed an engineering led solution to avoid demolishing the 1950’s landmark building, which had restricted floor layout unattractive to commercial clients. The existing concrete frame was retained and new frames and facade were inserted creating a visually stunning entrance as well as additional space. The redevelopment resulted in a 30% increase of the total floor area and offers a variety of quality office accommodation with a top specification fit out. Winner of the 2009 BCO Award for Best Refurbished / Recycled Workspace (London & the South East)
MEDITE TRICOYA EXTREME (MTX) and MEDITE MR used in Bakers Timber Buildings

MEDITE TRICOYA EXTREME (MTX) and MEDITE MR used in Bakers Timber Buildings

MEDITE SMARTPLY

Bakers Timber Buildings specialise in manufacturing high-end, custom-made garden rooms to meet all manner of needs. The buildings can be used all year-round thanks to their insulation and durability – qualities they gain from two MEDITE MDF solutions: MEDITE TRICOYA EXTREME (MTX) and MEDITE MR.
The Kent Invicta Chamber of Commerce Quantum leap

The Kent Invicta Chamber of Commerce Quantum leap

Glen Dimplex Heating and Ventilation

On the recommendation of Terry Baker Electrical Ltd, a member of the Chamber and also part of the Dimplex Quantum installer network, the Chamber selected Dimplex’s unique Quantum off-peak electric heating system to deliver improved efficiency, lower running costs and improve comfort at the headquarters.
The Chilterns

The Chilterns

Lema UK Ltd

The Chilterns residences in Marylebone, a sophisticated area in England’s capital city, characterised by architectures dating back to Georgian times and by fashion boutiques, just a few steps away from Selfridges, Baker Street and Regents Park. A charming 7-floor building, The Chilterns features 44 flats designed by Rabih Hage. Lema took care of the bespoke joinery package designing, supplying and installing the doors, kitchens, TV wall units, walk-in closets, panelling, vanities and wardrobes, specially designed and produced by Lema Contract.
Ruthin Art Trail

Ruthin Art Trail

Architectural Street Furnishings part of WB White Foundry

ASF were approached by artists Lucy Strachan and Fred Baier who had produced conceptual drawings of laser cut tree grilles. Alongside these drawings was a brief that the guards should fit with invisible fixings into the ASF 303 cast iron tree grille. ASF took these concepts forward and produced a set of tree guards that met the needs of both the artistic concept and the required practical applications. The guards were first laser profiled and then rolled to the desired diameter. The guard halves then had to be hand fettled and blended so the pattern carried perfectly through 360 degrees.
One Angle Square, Northampton

One Angle Square, Northampton

Akzo Nobel Powder Coatings Ltd

‘AkzoNobel’s Futura range was specified for One Angel Square, with a range of bronze coloured PPC coatings that directly respond to the historic fabric in which this building sits – the colours are vibrant and give a very crisp quality to the precision nature of the façade systems, including innovative fin design. The PPC ranges selected offered great flexibility in terms of colour matching and give an elegant and enduring appearance to the facades and architecture.‘ James Baker, Architect Director, BDPFinishes: Anodic Bronze Y2214F, Bronze YW283F, Steel Bronze 2 Y2217F, Ordos Sable YW387I, Patah YW267I, Mars Sable YX355F
Great Acoustics at Kew Gardens

Great Acoustics at Kew Gardens

Knauf AMF Ceilings Ltd

The new Pavilion Bar and Grill is part of a five-year, DEFRA-funded, estate strategy, to regenerate buildings within the UNESCO World Heritage Kew Gardens. Ryder associate, Ruth Baker, said “Heradesign panels were a significant part of the interior design, we particularly liked the sustainable quality of the material and the unlimited colour options.” Heradesign panels were specified for the ceilings to absorb sound and minimise disturbance in the open plan eating area and kitchen. Heradesign’s natural raw wood wool texture and colour complemented the bold black steel finish, rational grid and use of glass.
Hotel Lutetia, Paris

Hotel Lutetia, Paris

Lema UK Ltd

An exclusive turnkey project delivered by Lema, supplying the fittings for the 175 rooms and the Suite named after Josephine Baker of the iconic Hôtel Lutetia of Paris, which reopened in 2018 after a refurbishment that lasted over four years, having a value of over two hundred million euro. Lema has developed for every room a bespoke solution that could unite the aesthetic needs of designer; Jean-Michel Wilmotte. Lema completed the rooms supplying flooring, ceilings, wood panelling for the walls and the bow windows; wooden, glass and gold decorated doors, boiserie, bed headboards and mobile bar furnishing.
The Creative Centre

The Creative Centre

Solus Ceramics Ltd

The Creative Centre is Solus Ceramics’ flagship central London showroom, based in the heart of Baker Street, a stones throw from Oxford Street and Marylebone station. The innovative space is the perfect place for architects and designers to get hands on with the latest tiling trends and see the most exciting products from around the world. As well as having more than 150 different ranges on display, visitors can also see many of Solus Ceramics favourite products used in situ. From the circular inspired bar, to the concrete-effect feature wall, guests can understand exactly how tiles can be applied.
Successful collaboration with NBS - Access 360

Successful collaboration with NBS - Access 360

NBS

Christian Baker‐Smith, Divisional Specification Manager at Access 360 – manufacturer of roof, ceiling, wall and floor access products – describes how NBS platforms are helping to reduce workloads and support successful collaboration with specifiers.Access 360 is a division of Tyman plc, comprising Bilco UK, Profab Access and Howe Green. It provides a total manufacturing solution for roof, ceiling, wall and floor access products – both fire-rated and non‐fire-rated – to the construction industry. Those products and technical data can be found on NBS Source. Access 360 works closely with specifiers to support the initial design and specification stages through the supply of technical documentation, digital (BIM) object models and complete specification clauses. By also working in conjunction with clients to handle the technical drawings and full manufacturing design elements from the initial stages of a project through to delivery, all necessary information is provided in the clearest and most accessible format possible.As part of a recent webinar on Collaborative Specification Writing, Access 360’s Divisional Specification Manager, Christian Baker‐Smith, explained how the three businesses are benefitting from NBS platforms, namely manufacturer product platform NBS Source and cloud‐based specification platform NBS Chorus.“NBS Source offers Access 360 a readily available source of technical data for our customers. When coupled with NBS Chorus, we can provide architects and specifiers with a complete suite of technical information to help them specify their projects”, Christian said.Each of the three divisional companies can create specification documents using NBS Chorus and track each project independently. When working with an architect that is specifying access solutions from one or more of its brands, Chorus enables Access 360 to compile this into a single project pack for the architect in the format they require."As Chorus enables us to easily access our projects and subsequent clauses, it makes updating specifications extremely quick and easy.”Another benefit of Chorus is the level of consistency it provides. Christian continued:“Before using NBS Chorus, documentation may not have been updated, leading to a risk of incorrect data being issued. This required a significant amount of time to check standard documents. The format of the documents would also look different, depending on which of the business divisions created it. Now, NBS Chorus has removed the requirement to review and update our clauses, as this happens automatically within the software and allows us to present documents to the marketplace in a uniform format, which is really important.”For every new product launch or upgrade which changed performance of existing products, it would require a significant amount of work to set up the documentation. However, with Chorus, Christian says that writing specification documents is significantly easier, as all products are easily located under the Uniclass reference on NBS Source and within NBS Chorus.We used to have a review period every quarter to check that all the documentation was correct and check everyone’s laptops were up to date. Using NBS Chorus has led to a considerable cost saving for the business in this area as we know that we can totally rely on Chorus to be up to date with the latest information our clients require."Christian also highlighted the feature in Chorus Revisions as an additional factor for boosting Access 360’s efficiency:“It’s much easier to make revisions on Chorus. Previously, you could easily lose a specification set when a client changed something, whereas all of the information is now held on a centralised system, which makes it quick and easy to update. I can’t stress enough how great of a benefit NBS Chorus has been to the business."
Stunning new projects with elegant acoustic design

Stunning new projects with elegant acoustic design

Troldtekt A/S

Danish manufactured Troldtekt panels are commonly specified throughout the UK and Europe to improve the interior acoustic environment. Two recent Danish projects are the transformation of an old building into a car dealer’s offices for Karvil Biler, while the other is an extension of Randers Architects’ own headquarters into a mix of offices and exclusive residential units. Both projects use Troldtekt® line with its perfectly symmetrical vertical lines to balance walls and ceilings with great aesthetics, conveying warmth and providing a modern look coupled with high performance sound absorption.For the Architects’ washrooms, Troldtekt® line was chosen to add visual vibrancy to the rooms. It also exhibits different appearances depending on the angle from which the wall surfaces are viewed. The edges have been milled where the panels meet the ceiling, around electrical sockets and switches and also at floor level where bamboo skirting has been integrated. All have been elegantly cut to ensure a neat finish and fine detailing.In the car dealers, Troldtekt® line was selected in order to enhance and benefit the whole indoor climate. “We wanted to create a coherent look. The milled grooves have a visually calming effect and contrast well with the new raw concrete floor,” the project manager explained. Troldtekt® line forms nine acoustic solutions that make up the “design solutions” range which combines the best ideals of form and function. Founded on the Cradle to Cradle design concept, 100% Troldtekt’s natural wood wool panels are manufactured in a new state-of-the-art production facility. With a variety of different surfaces and colours, they can be supplied in the FSC® 100% category (FSC®C115450) contributing to a building’s BREEAM, DGNB and LEED rating. In addition to their high sound absorption and tactile surface, the panels offer high durability and low cost life cycle performance, as well as inherent sustainability. They are also a natural, breathable material which can absorb and release moisture, which is why they have been awarded an Allergy Friendly Product Award by Allergy UK. Samples, case studies and technical information are easily sourced from tel 01978 664255 or visit www.troldtekt.co.uk

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