Client: University of Glasgow
Bespoke joinery, fit out and build works: Elmwood
The aptly named HUB building is located at the very heart of the University of Glasgow campus, providing students with a place to congregate whether to read, study, eat or relax. So when it was being redeveloped in 2009, interior designers Nomad sought an integrated approach to its range of student services.
Using an oak ribbon throughout, the vision was to tie one area seamlessly with the next. On hand to provide the bespoke elements was Elmwood – a task that involving detailed drawing and setting out ahead of manufacture and on-site installation.
Our involvement in the new-look HUB building didn’t stop there. In partnership with Page & Park Architects we also provided some of the build works including main entrance panelling, kitchens and storage cupboards.
“We had a great experience working with Elmwood on this project, the client was impressed with the standard of finishes and with Elmwood’s communication throughout the process. Our key contacts, Scott, George and Mark have all been a pleasure to deal with. We would be happy to recommend Elmwood to other clients in the future.”
Scott Abercrombie – John Gilbert Architects, for the Scottish Jewish Heritage Centre