Custom Solid Surface Cabinetry in Worcester's Mechanics Hall
Mechanics Hall in Worcester, MA is a local landmark. This historic building is regularly used for meetings and events all year round from high school proms to rock concerts and symphony orchestras.
The architect firm Lamoureax and Pagano in Worcester, MA was tasked to create the new decor in 4 very dated bathrooms. From the start, there was no doubt Mystera Solid Surface would be used with its grainy, stone-like patterns. The original design entertained using it throughout, utilizing Sterling Surfaces Redi-Stall system for the toilet compartments, and also having it used as wall paneling. Ultimately, the project budget allowed for its use in only two areas, the vanity countertops as well as the vanity cabinets and tables.
For the cabinet material they chose from the Formica Solid Surface "Artifacts" line, which mimics fine burl wood grain aesthetics and rich wood tones, enhanced by a high-gloss finish. Sterling Surfaces has perfected the Solid Surface door used on European style frameless cabinetry. These are featured in this project in the form of recessed panel doors. The Solid Surface vanity tables are structurally reinforced with an internal steel frame.
Project: Custom Bathroom Vanity Counters and Cabinetry
Material: Mystera Solid Surface, Formica Solid Surface
Location: Mechanics Hall - Worcester, MA
Architect: Lamoureax and Pagano
Construction Management: R.P. Masiello
Fabrication: Sterling Surfaces
Installation: Sterling Surfaces, J Caruso Carpentry
Photos: Kyle Caldwell