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High-End Joinery

In a recent project, the client had very specific quality and design requirements for the joinery. The goal was to ensure seamless material transitions for a smooth, sophisticated look and feel.

- Entrance and Panelling: High-graded woods were used to create a statement entrance, with each panel carefully selected and finished to highlight its natural beauty. The grain patterns were aligned to flow seamlessly across the surface, creating a cohesive visual impact.

- Corridor Panelling: At the end of a long corridor, custom panelling was designed to draw attention and create a focal point. The materials were chosen to contrast subtly with the surrounding walls, adding depth and interest to the space.

- Bespoke Handles: Unique handles were crafted to match the design of the doors and cabinetry. These bespoke elements required detailed sketches and prototypes to ensure they met the client's expectations both functionally and aesthetically.

- Ceiling Lighting Integration: Integrating lighting into the joinery elements on the ceiling was a complex task. The joiners had to work closely with electricians to ensure the lights were perfectly aligned and securely installed without disrupting the seamless appearance of the woodwork.

- Seamless Transitions: Achieving smooth transitions between different materials, such as wood and metal, required precise detailing. Each junction was carefully designed and executed to maintain the luxurious feel of the space.

In conclusion, designing high-end joinery in architectural and interior design projects demands a high level of expertise, meticulous attention to detail, and seamless collaboration between designers and craftsmen. The result is a space that not only meets but exceeds the client's expectations, combining functionality with breathtaking aesthetics.

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