Valcan have been fortunate to work on a number of fantastic Premier Inn projects and the Tottenham Hale hotel is no exception. This project is from Berkeley Square Developments and Property Stack and was the regeneration of a four storey office block from the 1980’s.
The original building was demolished to make way for this ten storey premier inn featuring 96 bedrooms and a spacious restaurant and lounge area. The architects opted for a façade using stark, bright but neutral colours to compliment the London stock brick and the environs.
This was a difficult project to bring to life as it was the first building to be built in the area – which has been targeted for extensive rejuvenation over the coming decade. This meant that the architects had to make sure that the building blended with the existing environs which are predominantly Victorian terraced housing and the new areas of development that will soon enter the area. The choice of traditional London brick mixed with the modern façade allowed them to achieve this fantastic look without the hotel becoming an eyesore in the area.
Why Did Valcan Win The Work?
The Valcan team worked with the architects, KKA, to negotiate a fantastic rate on Vitrabond to match his buget for the project After securing a deal, the team worked to manufactured the goods to the size and specification and had the goods on site in good time for the installers, Apex Facades.
Colours Used on This Project
Colours used on this project were VB9601 Silver Metallic to create a contemporary finish.