This former school was a series of 1960s brutalist style blocks in inner London which had been converted into private apartments.
The apartments all had terraces attached to them and while some were part of the original structure, others were a modular design, where the terraces had been constructed offsite and were bolted into the main structure.
Many of the terraces were on different levels and there were many different shapes and designs for the decking installers to contend with.
The beauty of using the Wallbarn TD pedestals to hold the joists for the composite decking areas was that the interface on the deck and the interface with the joists were identical, no matter what size or height of the actual pedestal.
Composite joists were slotted onto the headpieces of the TD supports between the 60mm wide lugs and the decking boards attached to those joists. The decking was fixed to the same height as the door thresholds, giving these expensive apartments luxurious looking terraces.