We were contacted by a client carrying out an interior re-fit of a public library in Ireland. Their design required a hook-on library ladder and rails to access the books at the very top of the bookshelves – some three metres up!
Our team was contacted in the hope that we could help to ‘rescue’ a project in which our client had been let down in the production of a matching pair of custom-made brass and glass side tables for a luxury redevelopment project.
We regularly receive enquiries about designing bespoke library ladders in all shapes, sizes, materials and mechanisms. This particular project is a great example of the kind of collaboration clients can expect to receive from Andrew Nebbett Designs, in order to achieve exactly the right solution for their space. The brief was to design and create a bespoke hook-on library ladder that would be installed against our client’s existing bookcase.
We were contacted by an architect to look at creating a custom-made library ladder and rails for her clients’ home in the Royal Crescent, Bath.
Our client in the US came to us looking for a bespoke library ladder and rail system for a home remodelling project in Beverly Hills. Armed with plans for the ladder, our team set to work creating 3D visual renders – our usual approach at the start of a project and one that helps immensely to bridge the gap between discussions and sketches, and the real thing!
We were hugely excited to catch a glimpse of one of our projects in the recent BBC documentary series, My Life as a Rolling Stone. There (right of the opening shot) in the background of Huntsman, one of Charlie Watts’ favourite Savile Row tailors, stood our AND rolling library ladder.