Luxury Loft Apartment Kitchen

James Balston

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ProBuild360 added this to Dare to Bare Your Exposed Finishes?17 December 2016

Dare to bare… pipeworkPipework is a wonderfully versatile material with which to get creative. In fact, when I was training as a heating engineer, we would create small sculptures from 15mm and 22mm copper pipe to demonstrate skill in pipework. The most common raw finishes are steel and copper, although any finish can be achieved through painting, plating or polishing.There’s a huge variety of fittings and fixings, as well as threading and bending techniques. Uses include water and gas, obviously, but pipe can also be used as cable trunking to form some interesting lighting features. Any design that makes functional use of the pipework however (as opposed to strictly decorative) should be approved as safe and installed by a qualified and competent engineer who can certify that the work complies with the relevant regulations.

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