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Chelsea Flower Show

Graepel Perforators Ltd.

Graepels completed this stunning Perforated Corten Walkway for Hugo Bugg's garden, Chelsea Flower Show 2014 and is one of our most impressive perforated flooring projects where function and aesthetic fuse to give a truly unique and exciting approach to anti-slip flooring. The earthy colour of the Perforated corten panels blend effortlessly with the surrounding landscape.

The Flowerbowl

Fixfast Ltd

The Flower Bowl Entertainment Centre was recently awarded the New Tourism Business prize at the Lancashire Tourism Awards. This award recognises The Flower Bowl as a high performing new business with a great understanding of the marketplace and further opportunities for development. The unusual living rooftop feature has been part of The Flower Bowl plan at the outset, with the ultimate goal to enable sheep to graze there! The roof had been designed with the sheep in mind, however, the logistics of making a roof ‘sheep-safe’ are extremely complex.

Hangzhou Stadium, with Sunpal architectural glazing

Palram Europe Ltd

In a challenging logistical project, Palram has shipped 15,000m2 SUNPAL® panels to China. The panels are used as skylights and sidelights designed as flower petals, within a spectacular flower-shaped sports venue in the Olympic-sized main stadium of Hangzhou Sports Park. The stadium designers, NBBJ of the US and the Chinese CCDI who, already cooperated with Palram on the Huizhou stadium in 2009. The panels, being 13.5 - 18.5m long, required a special logistical solution, these were then shipped to China in the under deck area of the cargo vessel.

Welsh Slate set to star at two RHS shows

Welsh Slate

Welsh Slate materials are being used by Paul Hervey-Brookes at Chelsea and Chatsworth. Natural slate boulders, cleaved walling and decorative aggregates from Welsh Slate will feature in two gardens being created for the RHS Chelsea and Chatsworth Flower Shows by multi award-winning garden designer Paul Hervey-Brooke

Jersey Central Market Patent Glazing

Lonsdale Patent Glazing & Rooflights

The States of Jersey were keen to refurbish the glazed roof at Central Market, St Helier, but had to work closely with traders to ensure the minimum of disruption. Stallholders were also concerned about solar gain during hot summers. At the same time, they were wary of the usual tinted glass options that may have cast colour onto their different food markets and flowers. The natural beauty influences customers buying decisions.

Kensington Palace

Procter Contracts

Architectural steelwork, forged to match existing 18th century gates. Detailing and design to be in sympathy with the original Crowther gates. Decorative components were to reflect the history and heritage of all parts of the UK, and utilised lions, unicorns, daffodils, thistles, roses as well as myriad of leaves and flowers. The result is a seamless transition between modern and ancient, with no way to identify what was produced by Procter’s and our partner Paul Dennis in the 20th century and what was produced by equally skilled craftsmen over 250 years earlier.

Colwyn Bay

Artform Urban Furniture Limited

Artform suggested a mixture of sleek reconstituted granite and simple natural granite benches. Anastasio-Makatite benches were chosen to face out to sea and to partially form planting beds with a variety of local flowers. This helped to improve the appearance of the promenade as well as providing a wonderful vantage point for people to sit and take in the sea views. Local points of reference and historical facts were also included on floor plaques directly in front of the benches so that they could be viewed and enjoyed whilst sitting on the seats.

National Grid Carpark, Warwick

ANS Group Global

The living wall incorporates more than 97,000 plants and 20 different species including fruit bearing plants, including strawberries. These particular plants were selected to include predominantly native and wildlife-friendly species, the majority of which are evergreen in order to provide coverage all year round. The living wall was designed to add both ecology and biodiversity to the area, but also it will flower and bloom, providing a pop of colour and variety with the seasons. ANS Global were delighted to have been part of this project which has won the Best New Car Park award.

RHS Young Designer sponsor

F H Brundle

F.H. Brundle was approached by a young designer who had been selected as a finalist of the prestigious RHS Young Designers. Being tasked to create a garden highlighting the health benefits of plants and gardening, he was inspired by brownfield sites which could be transformed into playful community spaces with further allotment and social space. We were happy to sponsor this young designer and his Show Garden at the RHS Flower Show in Tatton Park. F.H. Brundle supplied tube clamp fittings and galvanised tube. We are very pleased to say our young designer bagged himself a silver medal.

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