Ha Ha estate gates

Our small but perfectly formed forged estate gates provided the finishing touches to the gardens in this  Hampshire Manor house. Forming the boundary along a ha ha, or sunken fence as it's also known, these gates stop sheep from grazing on the lawns and flower

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‘Arnolds’ light well railings

These light well railings form part of the extensive refurbishment to a private home in the Ashdown forest, East Sussex. Working closely with landscape designer Hannah Oakden  we developed a cohesive package of work that included pedestrian gates, automated driveway gates, as well as various railings


Plate Garden Gate

Our Plate garden gate is nestled below the south downs in the entrance to a stunning walled garden. The design for this gate was based upon the contemporary plate entrance gates of a few years ago. Although this design benefits from added forged detailing, such as


Plate entrance gates

The plate entrance gates form part of a recent package of work for clients in Lewes, East Sussex. The gates have a clean and contemporary feel, harking back to continental ironwork which often features riveted sheet within the design. The use of this material makes


Balliol Gates

The Balliol gates are part of an extensive remodelling of the porters lodge at this prestigious Oxford college.  Our brief from architects Penwarden Hale, was for a forward thinking design that complimented this unique heritage setting. The gates combine age old iron working techniques with a


Holly Fire Basket

The Holly fire basket was inspired by the name of our clients home. The design combines traditional forged joinery with playful plant and leaf motifs. As with all our commissions we produced custom tooling to forge the holly berry details. As well as this fire basket,


Continuous line railing

This Railing is part of a recent body of work that explores the idea of a continuous line and our perceptions of it. What at first sight appears simple is in fact an exacting and complex form, informed by pattern and negative space. Using forged details

London Balcony

London Balcony

Our recent London Balcony project appears fairly simple at first glance. The combination of hot forged detail and modern metalwork design belies the complex nature of the structure. As with all our work we carefully considered the structural details to ensure that this commission achieved


Cowshed Balustrade

This contemporary iron balustrade provided the finishing touch to the staircase in this newly built Sussex house. Our modern forged railing maximises the stair width and shows off the fantastic plastic qualities of hot forged metal. As with many of our projects we also made