Floral Court is a mixed-use development featuring a high-quality residential, retail and restaurant space located in London’s Covent Garden. The project has created a new public walkway between Floral Street and King Street, providing increased footfall levels that provide a vital link to the retail and restaurant units in the development. For more information and photographs on the Floral Court project, please visit the case study page.
A photograph from the Elcock Associates Twitter page. Good morning We love spotting photographs of our mail and parcel boxes on the internet being used on new projects around the world! Our latest mailbox photograph find comes from a high-end private residential development in Milford on Sea. The COM 1 mailboxes have been installed externally just outside of the property access door which is secured using a keypad. The location of these mailboxes allows for […]
#ThrowbackThursday to a project from a while ago featuring a bank of COM 3 mailboxes integrated with a intercom system for a multi-occupancy property. This particular bank of in front / out back mailboxes features a custom DURA paint finish specified by the client to meet the project branding guidelines. #ThrowbackThursday to a project from a while ago featuring a bank of COM 3 mailboxes integrated with a intercom system for a multi-occupancy property. #Mailboxes […]
We start 2018 with a case study that is truly the epitome of ingenuity and design! What a privilege to be involved in Gas Holders. Click Here to see the full project >
The KOI Tower project in San Pedro Garza Garcia, Mexico features multiple banks of MODA H 300 mailboxes to securely store deliveries for the multi-occupancy residence. The KOI Tower is a 69-story, 918-feet mixed-use skyscraper that is currently the tallest building in Mexico and the third tallest in Latin America. It features 218 apartments, 18 penthouses and 26 floors of commercial office space. The Safety Letterbox Company was approached by ‘Interni Design Studio’ with a […]
Following us on Twitter? Then you’ll have seen our Twitter Moments where we feature recent projects we’ve been involved with. The following collection of photographs, tweets and information is from the Paddington Exchange project. Keep an eye out for more Twitter Moments coming soon… Paddington Exchange