The Courtauld Gallery reopened its doors to the public on Friday 19 November 2021 following the most significant modernisation project in its history. Its much-loved collection of works, ranging from the Renaissance through to the 20th century, have been completely redisplayed and reinterpreted.
Enhanced spaces will allow The Courtauld to give visitors greater insight into its collections, teaching and research and enable inspiring encounters with its great works of art.
Kemmlit’s Classic Cell Cubicle was installed in the male and female washrooms. In keeping with the overall feel of this prestigious building, brushed bronze stainless steel finish was applied to the doors.
A bespoke leg height was used to suit the building measurements along with a bespoke door height.
Duct panels were also used to the same materials.
Architects: WITHERFORD WATSON MANN
Contractor: Blou Construction