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Brighton design and fit out company Rap Interiors recently carried out toilet refurbishment works at the World of Books warehouse in Goring-on-Sea, Sussex. The works took place across the male, female and disabled toilets.
The remit was to create a functional washroom interior which reflected the World of Books brand colours and ensure compliance with the Equality act. In order to achieve World of Books’ design remit, Rap’s Brighton interior designers used the company’s two-tone green colour scheme for the panels and vanity units.
For functionality, Rap introduced a number of new features, including sanitary ware, toilets, cisterns, sinks LED lighting, durable flooring, ceiling tiles and urinals. Furthermore, Rap upgraded the disabled toilets with new grab rails and shower facilities to ensure they are compliant with the latest Equality Act legislation.
Through working with an experienced workspace design and build company in Rap Interiors, World of Books now has a number of practical washroom facilities that work for all members of staff.
If you are making changes to your space, Rap Interiors offer a free design consultation and site survey to all new clients. See www.rapinteriors.co.uk for more details.