Stainless steel tea points for School of Architecture

Stainless steel tea points for School of Architecture

GEC Anderson has provided purpose-made stainless steel worktops with integral sinks and wet zones for communal tea points and break-out areas at the new UCL Bartlett School of Architecture.

Set within, neutral, birch ply cabinetry, the brushed satin stainless steel worktops provide a practical, attractive and highly durable sink / worktop solution. Stainless steel splashbacks were also included. Architects, Hawkins Brown, specified a total of thirteen GEC Anderson stainless steel worktops, of varying sizes and configurations, on six levels of the building that is also known as Wates House.

GEC Anderson were required to liaise with site for final dimensions, to enable production of the made to measure stainless steel worktops within the required timescale and to the prescribed specification.

Martin Tye, Managing Director for GEC Anderson comments: "This was a really prestigious project for GEC Anderson. To be specified for the tea points provides us with a tremendous opportunity to show, first hand, the versatility and suitability of our product for use in this kind of environment.”

Add to Project Board

Create a new project board:


GEC Anderson

GEC Anderson

Founded in 1962, GEC Anderson is the established market leader in stainless steel:
• Sinks & Worktops
• Cabinets & Shelving
• Sanitaryware GEC Anderson aims to provide hygienic, practical and superior solutions to meet...
View company profile
T(01442) 826999
F(01442) 825999
Einfo@gecanderson.co.uk
WVisit GEC Anderson's website
 Oakengrove, Shire Lane, Hastoe, Tring, Herts, HP23 6LY

Make an enquiry to GEC Anderson

You may also be interested in this related Case Study: Stainless steel units for station upgrade Read Now