Bailey Streetscene furthers their expertise and extended experience in the student accommodation sector providing a substantial external furniture package to a newly developed student village at the University of Lincoln. The £75m scheme from Bowmer Kirkland will deliver 10 separate buildings containing almost 1,400 student flats and is the first phase of a £150m revamp of the nearby St Marks retail park.
The Greengate range of seating and picnic sets have been supplied throughout the scheme in shades of yellow, green, and blue and clad with durable Sapele hardwood toppers. The units have been positioned to create large runs of social seating and dining areas with inclusive space for wheelchair access.
Steel pergola structures create shaded serene nooks for hangouts and external study spaces featuring a new sturdy design with consistent lines to filter direct sunlight providing an ambient environment for residents.
Inspira planters border the main courtyard space, providing a substantial bed for natural colour from plants and flora and feature integrated seating overlooking the courtyard and a bespoke podium timber structure.
The podium bench is clad throughout with timber and features an asymmetrical and off-set design running parallel to the surrounding buildings forming an intriguing centrepiece within the space.
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