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Stiff + Trevillion is one of the UK’s leading architectural practices providing award-winning design across a diverse portfolio of clients.
Architectural Design, Home Renovation, Space Planning
RIBA Shortlisted two years in a row (2013 & 2014) Residential and Office bd Architect of the Year 2013 (Office Buildings) Restaurant & Bar Design Award Winners 2013, Corner Bar, Selfridges
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Commented: glass balustrade?Hi There, This was a bespoke solution. A channel was welded to the steel in the floor and the glass bonded into it. I hope that helps a little, sorry we can't supply a product for you to use. Good ...
6 May, 2019
Commented: Hi, Please can you tell me who the lighting designer was?Hi Patrick Apologies for the delay in responding. We've been looking back to see where the light fittings came from and unfortunately the files for this project have been archived and we can longer ...
26 April, 2019
Commented: Who are the kitchen cupboards made by? ThanksHi Diane, No problem at all! The kitchen was by a Danish company, selected by the client, we don't actually have the details anymore. However, Poliform makes something very similar. http://www.pol...
20 November, 2018
Commented: FlooringHi there, The floor is by Havwoods and is engineered wood: I0038-HC300 Volunta Oak, Project White Lacquered, Classic Grade 19x300mm, Engineered Flooring (Specially sourced) http://www.havwoods.co.uk/...
7 November, 2018
Commented: what style type/or what is the name of the window treatment? Thanks.Hi there, These are traditional sash windows with internal wooden shutters. I hope that helps. Best wishes, Rebecca
19 October, 2018
Commented: is the cabinet a stand-alone?Hi There, This is a bespoke unit, designed by S+T and built onsite by our joiners and is therefore attached to the wall. I hope that helps. Best wishes, S+T
31 August, 2018