Case study Burrell street – UrbanSalon
Thursday 3rd January 2013
Burrell street’s new NHS clinic was designed by UrbanSalon and is located under a Viaduct in central London. The facade of the building is impressively glazed and decorated with illustrated visuals. Coupled with the glazing, UrbanSalon chose to use a European Oak entrance door with a vision panel and found the Terano V to be suitable in terms of looks and security.
The Terano E80 was set into a double door configuration and the glazed vision panel was adapted to be wider …
The result is a beautiful building, the brick work of the viaduct leading to Blackfriars in central London, is complimented by the warmth and richness of the hardwood European oak Terano V set within a frameless glass structure. The NHS clinic for Guy’s and St Thomas Hospitals ends out being an interesting and fun place to arrive at, and makes for a change from the standard unadventurous architecture often found in public sector hospital buildings.
For more information: http://www.urbanfront.co.uk