The fine children of Norwich can at long last read and relax in the Forum library, safe in the knowledge that if nature calls, they can use the new and improved children's WC.
The fine children of Norwich can at long last read and relax in the Forum library, safe in the knowledge that if nature calls, they can use the new and improved children’s WC.
And on the subject of nature, that is precisely the theme of this new bathroom scheme. The white, laminate panels are scattered with silhouettes of monkeys in trees, marching giraffes and airborne birds among sprouting blades of green grass.
The crisp, two-tone bathroom is also equipped with the mighty Dyson Airblade which is not only a functioning tap but also claims to be able to dry damp hands in just twelve seconds. The wetting and drying facilities emerge from the same device which means, unless you’re a particularly reckless hand washer, the slippery spots of water that drip from tap to dryer are no more.
The inquisitive kids have been trying to peak through the closed doors to catch a glimpse of the works since we started but they can finally quench their curiosity in their brand new bathroom.
If you feel that your office bathroom is dated or you’re tired of precariously dripping water all over the floor thanks to separate washing and drying facilities, email us and we can help you with all your restroom requirements.
The team at Bluespace are professionals from design right through to the installation team on site. Furniture decisions can be quite stressful but Bluespace led us through the choices, worked with stakeholders and kept within our budget. The Centrum on the Norwich Research Park was a challenge – the space performs lots of functions: a busy café-restaurant, a place for a private chat or to work on the laptop between meetings, a networking venue and presentation space alongside meeting rooms! Bluespace proposals made the space work for everyone. We’ve had lots of praise for the choice of furniture and I’m sure this has contributed to Centrum’s success.
Dr Nick Goodwin
Norwich Research Park/Centrum