The beauty and versatility of Burlington’s Brandy Crag silver/grey natural stone has been further exemplified in the lift lobbies and washrooms of Warwick Court - a prestigious new eight-storey office development fronting London’s Paternoster Square in the vicinity of St Paul’s Cathedral.

Specified by London-based architects, MacCormac Jamieson & Prichard, over 180m2 of Brandy Crag stone has been used with stunning effect for cladding to the lift lobbies located on each of eight floors. These provide a striking contrast to other key materials featured throughout the building that include; oak, Capri stone and stainless steel.

The same stone is also featured as vanity tops within the male, female and disabled WC facilities located on each floor. Their streamlined smooth finish also echoes the contemporary design of the building’s interior.

Commenting on this specification, Burlington’s Joint Managing Director, Malcolm Hatch said: “Burlington stone is being increasingly specified as cladding for lift lobbies throughout both offices and hotels due the outstanding technical properties that make it durable and easy to maintain. The striking colour options and finishes that we are able to provide also add to its popularity.

He added: “We are delighted to be associated with yet another prestigious building in such an historic location.”

Circa 17,685m2, Warwick Court provides extensive Grade A flexible open plan office accommodation to multiple tenants and a range of users, and levels 1 and 2 are designed with an enhanced specification to accommodate trading floors. The building also incorporates a restaurant, café and health club.

The immediate surrounding area hosts a number of world-class occupiers including The Merrill Lynch Financial Centre - within which Burlington stone vanity units are also featured – together with Goldman Sachs International, The London Stock Exchange, Nomura Group and Charterhouse Development Capital.

For further information, please contact Burlington Slate on 01229 889 661

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