Alphabeta Building

Booth Seating

Bespoke Communication Wall

Preparation kitchen

Alphabeta Building, London

Architect: BDG

Hurst Joinery delivered a bespoke joinery package within the landmark Alphabeta building at Finsbury Square, Central London.

The Alphabeta building is London’s first ‘cycle-in office’, the cycle ramp takes employees to a basement with bike racks and relaxation facilities, including a basketball court. The building offers an adaptable space designed for the enjoyment of a creative and empowered workforce. The design offers a variety of spaces and features, from the atrium cafe overlooking the ride-in cycle ramp, to the eighth floor terrace, providing panoramic views across the capital.

Key Project Challenges

Delivery to challenging project deadlines, setting out and manufacture of over 300 individually numbered lockers in the two sizes and  positioning and installation of booth seating.

The joinery project also included a number of communication walls incorporating AV screens, white boards, display niches and lockers, plus an atrium garden room with decking and picket fence and a reception desk with concrete top.

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