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Case studies - Shops & sales offices

Stylish, attractive, natural: when this is the brief for offices, shops and other commercial premises, Norwegian Log cabins fit the bill precisely.

The second floor of the log office provides meeting rooms and a company apartment.

They commissioned a new log cabin design that satisfied local planners and blends in well with the environment. The marina now has a comfortable, attractive and practical Norwegian Log office where they are able to work throughout the year.

The developers were also permitted to use the building as a sales office for the new houses. The log cabin finally chosen was supplied by Norwegian Log, and it proved popular with the developers and visitors alike.


Mega-building

Sample Surveys, a market research and web management organisation based near Sevenoaks, Kent, has moved into a Norwegian Log building that is one of the largest two-storey log office buildings ever built in the UK. There is ample room for the 27 researchers who work on the ground floor in a relaxed environment of natural, honey-coloured logs overlooking the Kent countryside. The second floor provides meeting rooms and a company apartment.


Premium setting

Marina Developments at Bray Marina, Maidenhead, handled their boat sales from an old and uncomfortable portable cabin, and felt that these were inappropriate premises for a company selling luxury powerboats. They commissioned a new design that satisfied local planners and blends in well with the environment. The marina now has a comfortable, attractive and practical Norwegian Log office where they are able to work throughout the year.


Natural choice

Developer Berkeley Homes constructed 1,200 homes at Maidstone in a lakeside setting. The local authority was concerned that the wildlife in and around the lake should be protected. A condition of the planning consent was that during the construction phase there must be a visitor centre constructed from natural and sustainable materials, with a display area to show visitors the species that inhabit the site. The developers were also permitted to use the building as a sales area for the new houses. The building finally chosen was supplied by Norwegian Log, and it proved popular with the developers and visitors alike.

 

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