Commercial and Retail
From functional to aspirational, the range of workplace washroom systems that Inscape produce includes styles to reflect the character of...
When the project needs to make a statement that project needs the Zenith Cubicle system. Streamlined and minimalist, Zenith cubicles are particularly suited to high-profile executive and conference style venues
Featuring floor to ceiling doors and pilasters complemented by polished stainless steel furniture, Zeniths clean and elegant lines add value to any hard working building.
Tailor-made for unique, individualistic projects, Zenith cubicles are ideally suited to corporate offices, prestigious hotels and luxurious leisure facilities where the level of traffic may be high but sophisticated. Zenith HPL cubicles are suitable for dry, normal humidity environments whilst Zenith SGL stands out from the crowd in those tougher wet application situations.
Zenith HPL cubicles are manufactured from high-pressure laminates using a moisture resistant core and are available in traditional square edged or postformed pilasters formats. Zenith SGL cubicles are manufactured from 12mm solid grade laminate which is totally impervious to water and extremely resistant to impact making them the ideal solution for those more testing environments.
These dimensions are typical and for guidance only as our cubicle systems are designed to suit the clients specific requirements.
|Partitions||12mm / 20mm||Nominal Floor/Ceiling||1500mm|
|Doors||12mm / 20mm||Nominal Floor/Ceiling||600-900mm|
|Pilasters||12mm / 20mm / 36mm||Nominal Floor/Ceiling||80mm (min.)|
All dimensions are nominal as exact dimensions may vary slightly to accommodate the bespoke nature of the project. Typical cubicle height is 1950mm including the adjustable leg. Typical ground clearance is 150mm (adjustable from 125-175mm).
|Manufacturer||Inscape Interiors Limited, Lower Healey Business Park, Froom Street, Chorley. PR6 9AR||Inscape Interiors Limited, Lower Healey Business Park, Froom Street, Chorley. PR6 9AR|
|Core Material||18mm MR Chipboard||12mm Solid laminate|
|Edge Details||2mm ABS lipping to all divisions and doors||Solid grade laminate with polished radiused profile|
|Colour Ways||Faced both sides with high pressure laminate from the Abet, Formica or Polyrey WC cubicle range||Solid grade laminate from the Abet, Formica or Polyrey WC cubicle range|
|Floor Supports||Adjustable aluminium circular section support pedestals||Adjustable aluminium circular section support pedestals|
|Accessories||Indicator Bolt, Hinges, Headrail, Fixing Cleats, Coat Hook and Toilet Roll Holder||Indicator Bolt, Hinges, Headrail, Fixing Cleats, Coat Hook and Toilet Roll Holder|
The Point is Lancashire County Cricket Club’s stunning new £12M conference and events centre at Old Trafford. Purpose-built to an extremely high specification and incorporating a range of environmental innovations, The Point is a truly state-of-the-art venue.Designed by BDP and built by Morgan Ashhurst, The Point is designed for a sit down dinner capacity of around 1,000 guests with a conference capacity of a further 1,000 people.
Inscapes challenge was to provide venue facilities that matched both the splendour of the venue whilst standing up to the rigours of up to 2,000 people enjoying their occasion.
Rising to the challenge, Inscape provided WC cubicles and duct panels from its Zenith range. Standing tall and imposing in dark graphite, Zenith WC cubicles feature floor to ceiling doors and pilasters which, in combination with the duct panels, provided a stark contrast with the brightness of the stainless steel fittings and white sanitaryware.
The vanity units comprised of bespoke Corian troughs that were manufactured on site and featured integral upstands, complete with stainless steel infra-red taps, and built-in vanity shelves to the rear.
The use of Corian in trough format meant that Inscape could provide vanity units that maintained the dramatic angular and seamless design aesthetics of the project whilst avoiding the usage limitations, and ensuing queues of waiting people, that individual basins would have created in a facility of this size and nature.