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Barts Square

145 apartments, Smithfield, London

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The interior architects design intention was to create a “discrete luxe”, with a refined and premium sense of style.


Barts Square transforms a 3.2-acre site between Smithfield and the Museum of London. Combining reuse of existing buildings with new architectural statements.


We sourced and provided high specification kitchens to the client’s exact specification and design intent.

  • To provide multiple colour palettes for apartments and penthouses across 7 blocks.
  • Colour matched crown cut Veneered base unit doors with bespoke integrated handle detail.
  • Bespoke elements including sliding wall unit doors, brass panelling, metal table frames with Marble table-tops and a mixture of stainless steel & marble work surfaces.


The Veneer doors and panels that made up the base unit elements within the kitchen were required to have a specific grain and colour to seamlessly match other elements throughout the apartment. The painted satin finished tall units and décor panels were also required to match components provided by other trades within the hallways and bedrooms.

A large proportion of the apartments utilised stainless steel work surfaces. The original design intent was to use 8mm solid stainless steel but during the development phase this was deemed unsuitable due to manufacturing and logistical practicalities. Changing to an aluminium honeycomb core as part of the consultation process, provided the same aesthetic & durability requirement and still met the client and architects' expectations.

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