outdoor design

Our work speaks for us

 
Since 2001, we’ve completed a huge range of projects for the country’s leading landscape architects, garden and interior designers, as well as major construction companies. Here are just some examples of what our skills, technology and ethos can achieve on behalf of our clients. We’d love the chance to show you what we can do for you.
 
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Since 2001, we’ve completed a huge range of projects for the country’s leading landscape architects, garden and interior designers, as well as major construction companies. Here are just some examples of what our skills, technology and ethos can achieve on behalf of our clients. We’d love the chance to show you what we can do for you.
  • Mews Planters, London
    Internal structural steel framework for a set of massive, stone-clad planters, created for a highly prestigious residential development in London’s Mayfair. View project >
  • Bronze Planters, London
    Bespoke bronze planters with inlaid brass details at the corner of Jermyn and Regent Street, as part of the Crown Estate’s multi-million-pound St James’s redevelopment project. View project >
  • Planted Steel Columns, Seedlip Garden
    Cylindrical stainless steel columns, individually cut, rolled, welded and polished, forming sculptural supports for pea plants in a Gold Medal-winning garden at RHS Chelsea 2018. View project >
  • Laser-Cut Grilles, Seedlip Garden
    A set of intricate steel grilles, laser-cut with designs inspired by garden peas, interspersed among stepping stones in the Gold Medal-winning Seedlip Garden at RHS Chelsea 2018. View project >
  • Peavilion, Seedlip Garden
    This imposing structure, made from 1,300 aluminium tubes, formed the centrepiece of the Seedlip Garden, winner of a coveted Gold Medal at the 2018 RHS Chelsea Flower Show. View project >
  • The Poetry Lover’s Garden
    Three complex metal projects that turned a designer’s ideas into reality for her first-ever entry at the RHS Chelsea Flower Show. View project >
  • Beneath a Mexican Sky
    A complex set of steel-framed decorative concrete stepping stones for a Medal-winning garden at the 2017 RHS Chelsea Flower show. View project >
  • Corten Ring
    A garden archway with a difference, skilfully fabricated in seamlessly welded corten to create a sense of mass and scale while remaining affordable. View project >
  • Cylindrical Steel Planters, London
    A collection of steel planters in various sizes, commissioned by a leading landscape architecture practice for a prestigious development project in Islington, north London. View project >
  • Hampton Court Palace porthole
    A set of intricate covers, laser-cut in stainless steel, designed and made for porthole windows in a new attraction in the gardens of the world-famous Hampton Court Palace. View project >
  • Copper Leaf Sculptures
    A set of three free-standing leaf sculptures, 0.9 to 1.5 metres high, laser-cut in copper from an original photograph, for use as decorations in a private garden. View project >
  • Steel Street Planters, London
    A large steel street planter, 2.5 x 2.5 metres square, designed, manufactured and installed for a prominent location on a major street in the heart of central London. View project >
  • RHS Chelsea Flower Show 2016
    A set of 17 large bronze fins, in different sizes, which we manufactured for multi award-winning designer Andy Sturgeon FSGD as part of his Gold Medal and Best Show Garden winner. View project >
  • The Hub, Farnborough - Canopy
    Design and manufacture of a massive free-standing, steel-framed canopy, created as part of a wider renovation project for The Hub. View project >
  • The Hub, Farnborough - Hand Rails
    Working in and around Listed buildings presents special challenges, since the design, materials and finish are closely prescribed to fit with the site’s essential character. View project >