Focus SB was involved with the radical refurbishment of Lansdownse House – a pop studio, which has previously recorded artists such as John Lennon and the Sex Pistols. The Edwardian building, originally built for struggling artists, has always had creativity flaring in it.
It is now a dazzling project by designer Audrey Lovelock, who transformed the space into a lavishly contemporary interior, using – among other stylish brands – Focus SB’s True Edge electrical face-plates in a Satin Chrome finish.
Audrey says: “I chose this Focus range because of its quality and clean-looking design, plus their plates could be made to a bespoke combination.
“The sockets are a sleek design. I was looking for good quality and value for money, and Focus SB fitted the bill. They were very helpful when I called up also, more so than I found their competitors to be.”
Mike Gregory, the electrical contractor working on the project from Locksbury Services Mechanical, adds: “The plates we installed were flat plates, and how flatly they sit on the wall depends whether or not there are any lumps and bumps. The walls these were going on had all been freshly plastered so that wasn’t a problem. I have used Focus SB a lot in the past, so I know they are good.”
Focus SB”supplied: bespoke-made electrical face plates in True Edge with Satin Chrome finish; bespoke plate-holding twinned amp sockets, with one 5-amp pin socket on a single plate; bespoke plates holding data outlet sockets; Focus SB floor plates; and Focus SB hotel multi-service plates, which are also available in True Edge and can be made bespoke.