Space’s holy project prompted by Nisbets lead

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Space produced 3D renders to help Kingsway Chapel to visualise exactly how the kitchen would look.

Last week, Gloucester-based kitchen design house Space Group completed an install for Kingsway Chapel in Chester.

The distributor liaised direct with the church for the project, which originated as a lead from a Nisbets salesperson (Space’s parent company).

Kingsway Chapel took the opportunity of lockdown to fit out the new kitchen while it is not in use. The Chester-based church had reportedly been struggling with its dated domestic kitchen for many years.

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Utilising both Space and group manufacturing company Holmes’s expertise, a more robust and hygienic replacement was designed and installed to help assist with the church’s expanding functions. The design and specification was developed and agreed remotely to ensure safe working practices.

The scheme included a bespoke stainless steel kitchen manufactured and fitted by the Space Manufacturing team.

A large emphasis was placed on improving storage capacity and so the new design maximises cupboard and drawer units wherever applicable, and 3D renders were produced in order to help the church and the congregation visualise exactly how the finished product would look.

The scheme includes Hoshizaki refrigeration, as Space felt it combined value and performance and is suited to a project of this kind.

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