The sweeping curves of our curved Centerline range make for a dramatic impact on any landscape area and can be formed into unconstrained flowing shapes. Any radius can be achieved and straight sections can be incorporated into the design to add further flexibility. The use of 316 stainless steel means low maintenance but great longevity.
Keeping things simple was the premise behind our new Seven range. Manufactured from 10mm steel plate and substantial timber sections this range is not only elegant but extremely robust and could be used for both external and interior projects.
The design itself allows the for use of alternative metal components such as Corten steel, Stainless steel or Aluminum and can be paired with softwood or FSC approved hardwood timbers, thus enabling the client to determine the best combination to suit their street furniture project.
316 stainless steel is used throughout with Iroko hard wood timber slats as standard. Several different fixing options are available, including wall and plinth mounted solutions.
Baseline is simple clever design engineered to give great value. The concept came from scaling down our Centerline range to give products that are made to the same standard but lighter in design. Due to their great value and superb longevity baseline products are often specified for schools and colleges.
The simple fabrication allows for adapting the design to incorporate different materials, such as recycled plastic or Corten steel.
The range consists of benches, seats, litter bins, picnic tables, planters and cycle hoops.
Curved Street furniture for the Brewery Quarter, Cheltenham
Living Systems Institute, The University of Exeter
It has been designed with researchers in mind, with over 200 individuals utilising the space and facilities. The final concept for the building was to create something quite organic to reflect the work that goes on here. The building has a geometric, cell-like facade and the open-air roof terrace mimics this.
West Street, Horsham
Co-ordinated furniture for the University of Birmingham
St Brendan’s 6th Form College, Bristol
NVB Landscape Architects wanted modern brightly coloured street furniture for the amphitheatre-like courtyard makeover of a busy sixth form college. Their concept-driven plans required benches that would follow the arc of the uniquely shaped raised planters they were designing.
New SL001 Seat
Exeter EX005L bench
This version of our Exeter bench uses the same method of construction but spins the timbers 90 degrees to make them longitudinal. Due to the way our street furniture is manufactured, everything can be easily adapted to create the exact item required.
Bespoke products for Dragon School, Oxford
New Baseline 100
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