Nestled in the heart of London’s Temple is the historic Farrar’s Building. Williams Ridout were commissioned to fully redesign the interior, project manage the refurbishment and fabricate the furniture and joinery for the ground and first floor. This included the reception area, clerks office, glazed oak partitions, hallway library and conference rooms.
SPECIALIST BESPOKE JOINERY
"Excellent designs, highly skilled craftsman and dedicated to their work regardless of the time or effort it might take to achieve the result, which is well worth waiting for. Williams Ridout fully understood what we wanted to achieve, the need to modernise and maximise the space, while at the same time ensuring the designs were in keeping with the building. They are a pleasure to work with."
Curved and tapered bespoke solid oak reception desk
The top surface of the desk is a combination of solid oak and Corian
This is what the Farrar's Building clients see when they walk into recption
Corian wrap and additional storage for office stationery
Full height glazed oak wall with the Farrar's Building logo etched into the glass
Our bespoke library ladder in oak in its resting position and walkway hand painted panelling
A combination of solid and veneered oak shelves display these volumes of legal books
First floor - a mirror image of the glazed wall downstairs
We handmade three of these oval conference tables, this being the smallest one