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


The ‘Arnolds’ gates

The 'Arnolds' gates 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 and


Twist gate and railing

The twist gate and railing has a clean, modern feel and uses some of the building blocks of forged metalwork within its design. Hot punched holes with the signature 'swelling' connect each of the vertical bars. These bars are in turn twisted through 90 degrees and


Bosham Gates

The Bosham gates were designed in collaboration with our clients and were inspired by the wetlands that surround the house. The gates feature forgings of reeds and hanging willows, as well as a kingfisher and a drake. Whilst there is a pattern of sorts within this


Art nouveau gate

Our art nouveau gate is more traditional in style than much of our other work but is still just as rich in forged joinery and detailing. Our clients were keen to commission a piece of ironwork that sat well in the context of their period


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


Esher tree gates

Our Esher tree gates were commissioned by clients in Surrey for a wonderfully landscaped garden. The two gates and side panels are inspired by an earlier piece of work that we designed. Each of the gate leaves divides along the curved 'trunk' adding a sculptural


Spade garden gates

The Spade garden gates are the latest instalment of work for some long standing clients. These 2 gates were conceived as a means of linking 2 areas within the property that are bisected by a country lane. The gates face each other, one leading into