KEMMLIT creates vibrant commercial locker area in Savoy

KEMMLIT creates vibrant commercial locker area in Savoy

Type S Lockers from KEMMLIT UK were chosen for the offices at 7 Savoy Court, one of Covent Garden’s most desirable addresses.

These offices are being renovated to install a vibrant and welcoming area within the basement for office workers arriving either on foot or by bike and have somewhere to store their belongings.

The Type S Lockers is a made-to-measure and cost-effective locker solution, made of sheet steel with a scratch and abrasion-proof stove-enamelled finish. The lockers have increased resistance to corrosion thanks to a galvanised finish containing aluminium.

To complement the lockers and give more space for users, the Type U Bench was also specified. The U range offers both creativity in design, high quality construction and variety in product type and finish Bench Tops.

The lockers and benches were created in matching Orange 2717. Against the white backdrop of the basement it creates a stunning vision.

The Type S Lockers from KEMMLIT UK is part of a comprehensive range of high performance cubicle and locker systems designed and engineered for a wide range of applications and environments.

KEMMLIT UK provide individual consulting services provided by highly-trained specialists and user-specific solutions worked out by trained engineers.

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Kemmlit UK supply and install toilet and changing cubicles, vanity units, lockers and associated products for washrooms and changing areas manufactured by KEMMLIT GmbH. KEMMLIT is renowned for producing high quality, architecturally designed...
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