A grade II listed building, 7 Savoy Court, has been sympathetically refurbished to provide contemporary office space in the heart of London’s West End.
The building occupies a commanding and prominent position on the Strand and the high-quality refurbishment, carried out by main contractor Scott Osborn Ltd, complements the building’s architectural heritage. The stylish reception features a tasteful communal seating area and is maned 24hrs a day, whilst the upper floors have been comprehensively refurbished to provide grade A, flexible, efficient office space suitable for a wide range of occupiers with excellent natural light.
Contributing to an elegant and sophisticated façade, TORMAX worked with fabricator, Stewart Fraser to install a Bronze Metal Antique finish entrance screen and set of automatic swing doors to the main entrance.
Impeccable aesthetics are maintained thanks to the in-house designed TORMAX iMotion 1401 door operator that is cleverly concealed within the floor space. This Swiss-engineered motor features none of the working parts that tend to need replacing, such as gears and brushes, delivering truly exceptional reliability and minimum maintenance requirements.
TORMAX has been designing and installing automatic entrance systems worldwide for nearly 60yrs and their technologically advance iMotion range of operators is totally unique in the marketplace.
“The design of our door drives significantly extends their lifespan, whilst reducing ongoing maintenance,” explains Simon Roberts, MD for TORMAX. “Because of this it is entirely practical to install the 1401 operator in a steel box beneath the floor, safe in the knowledge that access should only be required on rare occasions.”
Located just opposite the world-renowned Savoy Hotel, this prestigious building is now managed by Workman FM. Office employees and their visitors immediately appreciate the high quality of the refurbishment as they enter the building through the silently opening set of automatic entrance doors and take in bespoke polished plasters walls that contrast with a feature reception desk clad in liquid metal bronze.