Kerb have been at the helm of the London street food scene since launching in 2012 at King’s Cross. They have improved the quality of food served on the capital’s streets, legitimised the industry through professionalising its practices, given Londoners something tasty to sink their teeth into and grown a community of entrepreneurs who are driving real change across the city’s food landscape. In the heart of London, at Seven Dials – right opposite Neals Yard Dairy, The Barbary and the all-new St John Bakery – sits a beauty of a place and what is now Kerbs permanent home and flagship for all that they do.
Glass Walls and Doors was delighted to be asked to design, supply and installed these retro look screens (working in conjunction with Phelans Construction) to offer a large entrance with super tall double door sets, a rear entrance with equally spectacular double doors and a bookshop frontage with integrated sliding and swinging doors, all in a funky looking salmon orange with black details and fully bespoke handles to customers requirement.
Single Glazed GWD-SF framework with sliding and swinging doors with bespoke handles
- Single Glazed GWD-SF (100mm X 45mm)
- 8.8mm Safety Laminated Glass;
- Full Height, Fully Framed Doors (swinging and sliding) with bespoke ironmongery;
- RAL2012 Salmon Orange