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No 29 Power Station West

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No 29 Power Station West

Breathtaking Neighbourhood Bar No 29 Power Station West Opens At Battersea Power Station

Situated between the iconic Power Station and Battersea Park, No 29 Power Station West has a stripped back utilitarian feel that rings true to the areas industrial heritage and references the style of the period.

With inspiration drawn from both local and worldwide influences, over 100 pieces of handpicked and crafted furniture, tiles and artwork fill the bar including a bespoke Crittall shopfront that claims the space and handcrafted Bert & May tiles that run throughout the downstairs River Bar. Soft furnishings of leathers, velvets and linens also fill the space, referencing the glamour of the 1920s period.

Architects and designers, Box 9 were tasked with creating the space by working alongside collaborators such as The French House, Bert & May and Jan Hendzel Studio to name a few. Artwork for the site has been handpicked from The Hang Up Gallery in Stoke Newington, reinforcing the home from home feel.
Lou Davies, Architect and Designer at Box 9 said: “The bespoke detailing for No 29 Power Station West really started to materialise as makers came into their own. We sourced exceptionally high quality materials to create Battersea’s individually designed pieces. This, combined with the back drop of our elegant, industrial interior with subtle nods to the power station means that it has shaped up to be a very characterful space.”
A bar first and foremost, No 29 Power Station West will proudly serve over 30 wines, 20 craft, draught and bottled beers, homemade soft drinks and a hand-picked collection of seasonal long and short serves including the Watermelon Sour and Passionfruit Caipirinha. The hand crafted menus run throughout the collection of bars and feature an all-day food offering including a refreshing array of seasonal dishes made from locally sourced food, scratch cooked on site. From a breakfast of avocado lime and chilli on sourdough to a lunch of coconut poached chicken salad, Sunday roasts of slow cooked short rib of beef and roast chicken breast, topped off with one of many satisfying desserts including white chocolate crème brûlée with passionfruit, there’s something for everyone  to enjoy.
Mel Marriott, Darwin & Wallace, Managing Director commented: We feel privileged and very excited to open our fifth pub in one of London’s most iconic locations. Together with our one-of-a-kind collaborators, we are building a place of integrity, a place with a sense of home. With references to its industrial past and its iconic location and views over the river and the arches, No 29 Power Station West will be the perfect backdrop for eating and drinking.”

Rob Tincknell, CEO of Battersea Power Station Development Company: said: The opening of No 29 Power Station West is another major step forward in the transformation of this part of London into an exciting new cultural and food destination. Circus West Village has a distinctive neighbourhood feel with a great mix of local shops, restaurants, Village Hall and more. I cannot wait to try the village pub, it looks fantastic.”

Battersea Power Station is currently putting on the Power of Summer Festival, co-sponsored by No 29 Power Station West and Mother, with a programme of events for all of the family until Friday 1st September.

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Hitec Steel Solutions Ltd

Hitec Steel Solutions Ltd has been established since March 2009. Marcus Mursell has been both the Managing Director and 100% shareholder of Hitec Steel Solutions Ltd since its inception.

The company has grown substantially over the years to a level where their turnover has increased by over 100% since 2013. Marcus has been in the steel industry for over thirty years and is very well versed in the manufacture and distribution of steel products, both structural and architectural.

Hitec Steel Solutions Ltd uses an experienced workforce to produce their output. The company’s terms of reference cover a multitude of disciplines including design, fabrication, installation and site welding as well as the final production of balustrades and staircases.

Hitec Steel Solutions Ltd have provided their expertise in these areas and more to such clients as Stoneforce, Capstone, London Green and SISK – all well-known contractors in the manufacturing and building industries.

The company’s experience and attention to detail, as well as their ability to provide timely solutions for all their clients’ needs, has allowed Hitec Steel Solutions Ltd to remain at the forefront of steel manufacturing and design for nearly a decade.

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BB Contracts

Established in 2010, BB Contracts specialise in interior refurbishment and fit-out in the hospitality, retail, hotel, commercial office and education sectors. An uncompromising approach to quality has helped the company establish a solid reputation with clients and suppliers alike.

Growing at an average rate in excess of 30% year on year, BB Contracts gains a large amount of business from repeat business clients, keen to maintain a strong working relationship. The firm invests heavily in staff for training and development and prides itself on its team’s ‘can-do’ approach. Director involvement at a project level helps provide an unrivalled personal approach that is uncomplicated and efficient.

In addition to Darwin & Wallace, the company is working with The Swan at the Globe, Savills, Maggie & Rose, Ozone Coffee Roasters, Gail’s Bakery, The Langham Hotel and Realstar Living.

Lee Barnacle, Director of BB Contracts, commented:

“BB Contracts really enjoy working with Darwin & Wallace and their team. We were delighted to have been involved as the main contractor at No29 Power Station West and are already looking forward to our next project with them.”

Lee added:

“We would like to thank our supply chain for supporting us in the delivery of this outstanding scheme, as well as all of the specialists brought in by Darwin & Wallace – it was truly a team effort.”

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