Case Study for Architectural trade magazine which made an appearance on a past episode of Masterchef.
Our 'Moroccan Geometric' panels were installed today at the Slug and Lettuce pub in Cardiff. They were ordered on the 27th March for delivery by 2nd April so hats off to all the guys and gals involved that made this happen! You know who you are :)
We have moved offices- our landline number is now 01453 453566/ mobile 07779 689912.
Check out Jo Fenton's inspiring article on outdoor garden lighting which features one of our panels.
We were privileged to work with MoreySmith's architects and designers on creating these laser cut hanging panels which slide in front of and behind each other to create differing overlays. They are fabricated in aluminium to keep them light.
Have a look at our installation of powder coated laser cut panels in 'Prairie' design fitted a few months ago.
Some of our laser cut panels and gates which were installed last week at the Mayflower student halls, Southampton University. The bespoke design was created to echo the colours and design of the architectural cladding used on the buildings.
In this month's Dwell magazine our cor-ten balustrade panels are featured laser cut in 'Grass' design. They were designed to complement the clean lines of owners Angelique and Gavin Robbs low impact new build home in rural Scotland. Unfortunately the images were taken just after installation of the balustrade so the panels hadn't corroded to match the warm hues of the cor-ten, but they will in a few months time.
We recently supplied our 'Moroccan Geometric' panels laser cut in brushed stainless to be used as decorative glazing for a new en-suite bathroom for a private residence in Solihull.
Our laser cut stainless steel screens in 'Birdsnest' design and matching decorative cut vinyls were installed in the reception area of the Hilton Hotel at Stanstead this week.
Our 'Palm' screens made an appearance on the series finale of Sherlock on January 13th. The real-life 'Appledore' house is Swinhay House in Gloucestershire and belongs to Sir David McMurtry, the boss of the precision engineering company, Renishaw Ltd. We worked with Graduate Gardeners to create a backdrop of laser cut screens for the Winter gardens housed inside the glazed atrium.
Last week we were busy working on bespoke screens for the ship re-design of Crystal Cruises 'Serenity'.
They are on the factory floor here, prior to being packed up on Friday evening to whizz down to Cadiz, Spain by Sunday afternoon. Up-lights in the base will illuminate the internal gold panels and cast decorative patterned shadows over walls and floors.
Please have a look at our Pinterest board 'Laser Cutting Projects' for ideas and inspiration from both us and others.