Located in the heart of tourist London, St James’s Park Café occupies a prime spot overlooking Duck Island and St James’s Lake.
The curved wooden building features a sweeping 200-seat roof terrace and floor to ceiling glass windows where diners can while away an hour or two admiring the infamous pelicans and black swans of St James’s Park.
With 5 million visitors to the park each year, café operators, Benugo, have quite a challenge maintaining service and facilities.
Worn aluminium trench heating covers around the perimeter of the building urgently required replacement and a hardwearing solution was essential to withstand the intense daily footfall.
To ensure no interruptions to the business or risk to safety, site measurements and installation also needed to be carried out outside of business hours.
INTRAsystems was selected to meet these challenges with INTRAgrille T3465 in grade 304 stainless steel.
To provide appropriate loadbearing and airflow, the product was specified with a 15×2 support profile, 50mm support spacing and 4mm slot gap.
Advanced production techniques ensure a precise slot and the highest parameters of flatness and straightness, while 45-degree corner grilles create an unbroken linear visual for a flawless, premium finish.
This specification ensures a stunning architectural finish and a system that will withstand both footfall and furniture loading in the busy café space for years to come.
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