The Charter School Sixth Form Cafe
BRIEF: The Charter School Sixth Form Cafe was completely refitted with banquette seating, dining furniture, refectory benches, bespoke graphics and bar height seating. It was a complete redesign of a previously tired and run down space
“At all times the design process felt like a collaboration between their expertise and our requirements. They’ve been open-minded, creative and patient throughout. The installation took place over the summer holidays, in what seemed like a record time. It was ready ahead of schedule, with no glitches or overlooked areas.”
Emily Seed, Librarian
- Establishment: The Charter School
- Location: Southwark, London
- Project: Sixth Form Cafe Refurbishment
- Curriculum level: Secondary
- Date: October 2015
- Areas of work: Sixth Form Cafe
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The Charter School Sixth Form Cafe was completely refitted with banquette seating, dining furniture, refectory benches, bespoke graphics and bar height seating. It was a complete redesign of a previously tired and run down space