33 Glasshouse Street, London
33 Glasshouse Street scheme is a cut and carve project converting existing office space into new office accommodation. The new space consists Category A offices from the third to seventh floors of the building. This project involves a substantial structural reconfiguration of the current format, including the demolition of the main spine wall and staircase to form larger, open plan floor plates.
Client: Hermes Central London GP Ltd
Architect: Buckley Gray
were asked to design, supply and install steel doors, glass doors and screens to this Grade A office refurbishment project.
Several GlazeShield FL double doors (rated at 30mins) were powder coated in jet black to match the style of the building. In addition, glazed fire screens were also supplied in a similar colour scheme.
In contrast, a number of single steel doorsets painted in white, were supplied for plant and service rooms situated in various parts of the building.