Sir John Cass Hall is a newly refurbished high-design student accommodation facility in Hackney serving students for many of the London universities. We provided a furniture package for the main student recreation area.
This WWI stained glass memorial is located within the reception area of 31 Jewry Street, London (the original location of the Sir John Cass Technical Institute; now the Sir John Cass Foundation). Highly unusual in this form, especially as it depicts a representative soldier wearing his sheepskin over the top of his uniform for warmth. The names of staff and students of the Institute, killed in action during WWI, are commemorated.
A 'nautical sextant' was used for teaching purposes at the Nautical Department of the Sir John Cass College
Spaceist has supplied a range of furniture for Sir John Cass Hall in Hackney, London. Student area furniture includes sofas, large study benches and cafe style tables and chairs
Sir John Cass (1661-1718) was a merchant, politician and philanthropist. He served as an Alderman of the City of London and in 1711 was elected Sheriff. His charity – administered by the Sir John Cass Foundation - provided for the establishment of the Sir John Cass Technical Institute (later the Sir John Cass College). This is one of a number of copies of the original cast-lead statue of Cass (created by Roubiliac in 1751) that is currently situated in the foyer of LMU’s site on Commercial…