Bilbury Lane, Bath

William Garvey Ltd as Manufacturers

British Furniture Designers & Makers, William Garvey, were commissioned to design and make furniture for a prestigious address in the historic city of Bath for long term-client and leading architectural practice, Red Button Development.

 

Market trends are showing clear growth for non-laminate materials such as wood, stone and stainless steel, with a strong demand for more efficient storage solutions. This project is a great example of how natural raw materials can elevate different spaces in the home through tailor-made wooden furniture, as well as improve well-being and overall ergonomics.

 

It was important for William Garvey to create quality pieces of furniture which were sympathetic to the architecture of this Bathonian home. This project transformed a listed building with breath-taking views of the city in the centre of Bath’s World Heritage Site.

 

Careful consultation led to the bespoke specification of hardwood timbers such as Oak, Teak, Smoked Eucalyptus and Walnut with William Garvey responsible for project management, surveying, working drawings, CNC, manufacture, polishing, installation, materials and delivery.

 

Bespoke furniture for this private project includes:


Master Bathroom :

Basin – Teak Long Wave Basin with Chrome waste & shelf below, Dimensions: L1400 x D400 x H130 [mm]

Flooring – Duckboard in four sections covering L1500 x W1800 [mm] upon the raised bath/shower recess platform and finished with 12x12mm half-round teak beading for enhanced water proofing. This raised area also makes way for two fixed and one sliding glass shower screens that measure H2000 x W2500 [mm]

Shower Tray – Teak Shower Tray, ‘supplied by contractor’ fitted with a McAlpine Waste, plus a 2-part Teak Duckboard    

Shower Bath – Teak Geo Deep Bath, Dimensions: L1400 x W750 x H750 [mm] supplied with removable Teak Seat and Stool (waste and p-trap included) 

Wall tiles – Teak Tiles with horizontal timber arrangement across 15m2 walls and 4.1m2 ceiling of bath/shower recess

 

Guest WC:

Basin – Teak Long Wave Basin with Stainless Steel waste & parallel shelving, Dimensions: L1400 x D400 x H130 [mm]


Guest WC:

Basin – Teak Long Wave Basin with Stainless Steel waste & parallel shelving, Dimensions: L1400 x D400 x H130 [mm]

 

Bathroom 2:

Basin – Teak Long Wave Basin with Stainless Steel waste & parallel shelving, Dimensions: L1400 x D400 x H130 [mm]

Bath – Teak Geo Standard Single Bath, Dimensions: L1650 x W700 x H540 [mm] supplied with removable Teak Seat and Stool (waste and p-trap included) ancillary plumbing & brassware by others 

Wall Panelling – Teak Tiles clad framework with horizontal timber arrangement, Dimensions: L2800 x H750 x D250 [mm]

 

Kitchen:

Countertop – Oak cantilevered breakfast-bar countertop, Dimensions: L2700 x W750 x H90 [mm] made from a slab of 100mm Waney Edge Oak with natural defects, knots and sap and finished in oiled and boiled OS wax

 

Doors (internal):

-      All doors are made from Smoked Eucalyptus, designed with a 44mm *flame break blank with solid Walnut prelips and random vertical veneer, plus recessed magnetic finger-pull handles

-      Leaf Doors, Dimensions: H2500 x W1200 with linings and plain architraves

-      G Doors, Dimensions: H2500 x W1200 x D44 [mm] with linings (175x25mm) and plain architraives (100x20mm) and 3no Brushed Stainless Steel

-      Door finishes: Stain and Satin PU lacquer

-      Hinges: Brass butt hinges and screws, Brass finish

-      Door seals: Lorient LP104 dark brown intumescent seals

*a multi layer particle board creating a reliable core material for the manufacture of wooden doors

Master Bedroom:

-     All bedroom furniture for the master suite is made from Solid Oak and finished in a dark stain, pre-polishing and designed with integrated LED Lighting

-     Created by interlocking lathes or battens seamlessly together to combine the bed, bedside tables and full-height headboard

-     Bedframe sits on a hidden pedestal to give the illusion it can float!

 

Bedroom 2:

-     Oak veneer in a light stain and polish across the back wall headboard and bedframe which is hidden on a pedestal to give the illusion it can float! Integral LED lighting also included

-     Created by interlocking lathes or battens seamlessly together to combine the bed, bedside tables and full-height headboard

 

Bed designs – designed by Nico Rensch at Red Button Development, made by William Garvey

 

Storage Chest

-      Oak Storage Chest in dark stain, designed to complement bedroom furniture finish and slat-design

 

Specialists in the craft of working with wood, William Garvey exploits the advantages of bespoke furniture by tailoring it to the needs of the individual and the space it will occupy. The furniture will last for generations.





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