Edith Neville Primary School
Project in detail
A diverse range of materials and finishes, specified by the projects Architect Hayhurst and Co, enabled TS Booker to provide the school with their own bespoke furniture adapted from our Artisan range. The use of WISA board combined with exposed plywood edges gave a glimpse of natural colours, along with mushroom coloured linoleum worktops, duck egg coloured pinboards, stainless steel sinks and specialised steel coat hooks all helped to create a clean and natural aesthetic.
The installation included works throughout the building.
Classroom furniture ranged from nursery to year 6, along with a dedicated art and design studio. All teaching rooms featured their own built in tall storage wall with a ‘shopfront’ to the internal circulation areas allowing each class the opportunity to form their own display to the rest of the school community to see.
Climbing the stairs to the first floor leads to a feature storage cube, which provides a modern solution to storing bags and cloaks during school hours.
A bespoke reception counter, administration areas and wall cladding to two sports halls and feature walls were also completed as part of the furniture package.
All furniture was manufactured at our facility in Wakefield, and expertly installed by our own installation team.
As always, quality and client satisfaction were of the utmost importance and with the feedback received, we believe that this has been achieved.
“I understand that this was a difficult job and it was not an easy project in terms of getting design finalised, I do appreciate the effort you put into this project and I was impressed with the service you provided and would gladly work with you guys again”.
Project Surveyor – Neilcott Construction
Phased over 6 months
Brief description of work
In 2019 TS Booker were awarded the fitted furniture and wall cladding packages, valued in excess of £200k, by Neilcott Construction to the two storey Primary School, which is located between St. Pancras and Euston train stations, in Central Somers Town, London.