The Brixton Premier Inn was a redevelopment project that was part of a mixed-use development including restaurants and a retail store. JJ Rhatighan were working for Midas to create the Mixed-Use Development including a Premier Inn hotel, two Restaurants and a Retail Store to house H&M in the heart of Brixton.
The project called for a partial conversion of the existing office/leisure floor space and the construction of a two-storey upward extension to form an 89-bedroom hotel with an ancillary dining room. Vitrabond was used to clad the two-storey extension. The Vitrabond ACM was fabricated by Marco Industries and installed by Sharpfibre Ltd.
The designers wanted to create a modern facade that blended with the local surroundings and create a striking image. They opted for four neutral colours interweaved to create this stunning tiled effect.
Why Valcan won the work
Valcan worked closely with JJ Rhatighan to ensure the right colours and finishes were chosen, to meet the architect’s specification and yet stay within the contractor’s budget. Vitrabond was chosen for the façade, because of the extensive colour range with no minimum order quantities and the attractive cost saving it offered the client.
Colours used on this project
Vb1255 Anthrazit Grey
VB9134 Smoke Silver Metallic
VB7012 Basalt Grey
VB9601 Silver Metallic