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Meson’s kitchens at the newly restored Battersea Power Station

July 2021

These days, in London, the second phase of the visionary regeneration of Battersea Power Station was unveiled to the public. In a city that leads the future of the world’s metropolises, the quality and abilities of Meson’s contract division have become a reference point for the most important architectural firms. The redevelopment of this specific project was lead by the WilkinsonEyre studio, which has maintained and enhanced the features of the original power station in the best functional and living solutions. “This is a key milestone for us in the long project to restore this distinctive building,” says to Wallpaper Sebastien Ricard, project director at WilkinsonEyre, while new residents are moving into the new flats. In this last completed phase, Meson’s supplied 250 kitchens and some utilities in two palettes: white matt lacquered, raw aluminum and timber veneer or anthracite matt lacquered, raw brass and timber veneer. All timber materials used are FSC certified. Meson’s had already the privilege to furnish the Battersea Power Station phase #1 regeneration, consisting of 860 kitchens.