Architectural and conservation.
Drawing on previous work in building conservation when approaching architectural projects, I produce work that is in sympathy with its surroundings, yet practical and functional - whether it is for an ancient or modern setting. Work has ranged from large projects to tiny details, and has included collaborative work, reproducing and matching existing detail, and new design in both urban and rural areas.

Decorative Ironwork for Devon Community Housing Project,
Dawlish, Devon.
Decorative Balcony railings, and window boxes as part of a Percent for Art Scheme for Devon Community Housing project.

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Traditional Gates:

Forged Steel, Galvanised.
4.9 metres across: 1.7 metres high.

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Entrance Gates
-to private courtyard, Frome, Somerset.

Forged and fabricated mild steel. 2.8metres wide.

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Textured and twisted 30mm round central handrail for stone spiral staircase.

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Interior Fixings

  • Door and window furniture
    Sometimes making reproduction pieces to match existing, but I prefer to make contemporary pieces that fit and work in sympathy with their surroundings.

  • Draw bolt
    Pad locking draw bolt has two handed swivel handle and door latch to turret stair has a remote operating lever - for elderly client, designed for ease of use, whilst maintaining character in an old building.

  • Shutter latch
    for internal window shutters
    simple celtic design.

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