Projects and case studies featuring street furniture on EXTERNAL WORKS. Inspiration and ideas to help you find the best solution for your project.
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  • Fitzpatrick Woolmer Design & Publishing: Timber-effect recycled plastic shelters on heritage walk
    Timber-effect recycled plastic shelters on heritage walk
    Fitzpatrick Woolmer Design & Publishing
    The Great Wold Valley Heritage Trail, funded by The LEADER and Heritage Lottery, is one of the country’s most beautiful and diverse heritage routes. The 11.5 mile trail which runs along the course of the Gypsey Race stream,...
  • IOTA: Extra large bespoke granite planters for cultural area
    Extra large bespoke granite planters for cultural area
    IOTA
    Extra large bespoke granite planters were commissioned for a prestigious location on Guildhall Road, at the heart of the Cultural District of Northampton. The planters were commissioned as part of a major highways upgrade to...
  • Fitzpatrick Woolmer Design & Publishing: Bespoke carved interpretive oak benches for Welsh canal
    Bespoke carved interpretive oak benches for Welsh canal
    Fitzpatrick Woolmer Design & Publishing
    The Canal & River Trust and the Brecon Beacons National Park Authority commissioned interpretive bespoke oak benches to commemorate the 200th anniversary of the Mon & Brec canal. The benches were carved with a map of the...
  • Chris Nangle Furniture: Oxford oak memorial bench - Carreg Cennen Castle
    Oxford oak memorial bench - Carreg Cennen Castle
    Chris Nangle Furniture
    Chris Nangle Furniture was contacted to design a traditional, robust oak memorial bench to replace an old bench at Carreg Cennen Castle in south Wales. The bench was drawn up for approval by the client. Chris Nangle then...
  • Fitzpatrick Woolmer Design & Publishing: Bespoke, durable interpretive signage for river trail
    Bespoke, durable interpretive signage for river trail
    Fitzpatrick Woolmer Design & Publishing
    Fitzpatrick Woolmer devised a bespoke interpretive signage solution for a marked trail along the River Anton to educate and inform people about the river and its historical and ecological significance. The signage comprised...
  • Fitzpatrick Woolmer Design & Publishing: Bespoke signage for historic Forty Hall
    Bespoke signage for historic Forty Hall
    Fitzpatrick Woolmer Design & Publishing
    Forty Hall is one of England's finest notable houses. The grounds consist of a walled garden, formal and informal gardens, lakes, lawns and meadows. With a permanent exhibition, guided tours and seasonal events Forty Hall...
  • Fitzpatrick Woolmer Design & Publishing: Bespoke signage scheme for historic watercourse
    Bespoke signage scheme for historic watercourse
    Fitzpatrick Woolmer Design & Publishing
    Merthyr Tydfil Council was keen to restore Cyfarthfa Leat, a historic watercourse which runs from the banks of the Taf Fechan Gorge to Cyfarthfa Lake. Fitzpatric Woolmer produced fingerposts, interpretation lecterns and 3D...
  • Woodscape: Woodscape street furniture selected for Stonehenge
    Woodscape street furniture selected for Stonehenge
    Woodscape
    Woodscape have been selected to design and manufacture a bespoke LBSH 112 Square Litter Bin for the new Stonehenge Visitor Centre, to help maintain cleanliness and quality of environment. The naturally very durable hardwood...
  • Fitzpatrick Woolmer Design & Publishing: Traditional bespoke oak signage for the National Trust
    Traditional bespoke oak signage for the National Trust
    Fitzpatrick Woolmer Design & Publishing
    Croft Castle in Herefordshire required improved signage as part of the National Trust Hereford’s long-term heritage strategy. Using traditional joinery techniques and materials, robust bespoke oak signs were constructed and...
  • Fitzpatrick Woolmer Design & Publishing: Durable nViro™ signage scheme for historic sewage works
    Durable nViro™ signage scheme for historic sewage works
    Fitzpatrick Woolmer Design & Publishing
    The Crossness Pumping Station in South London was created by Sir Joseph Bazalgette after 'The Great Stink' of 1858. A lottery funded refurbishment included interpretation, wayfinding and badging signs to tell the story of...
  • Fitzpatrick Woolmer Design & Publishing: Wayfinding and interpretation signs for Caernarfon town
    Wayfinding and interpretation signs for Caernarfon town
    Fitzpatrick Woolmer Design & Publishing
    Caernarfon is home to possibly the most famous of Wales' castles. Fitzpatrick Woolmer, after comprehensive discussions with Gwynedd Council, proposed a signage and orientation strategy in-line with the Council’s objectives...
  • Fitzpatrick Woolmer Design & Publishing: Bespoke wayfinding and identity signage, Berrington Hall
    Bespoke wayfinding and identity signage, Berrington Hall
    Fitzpatrick Woolmer Design & Publishing
    The heritage property Berrington Hall in Herefordshire required a discrete signage scheme for a variety of locations within its landscape. Fitzpatrick Woolmer supplied bespoke signage for the site that varied from one...
  • Fitzpatrick Woolmer Design & Publishing: Traditional oak interpretive lectern displays for SSSI
    Traditional oak interpretive lectern displays for SSSI
    Fitzpatrick Woolmer Design & Publishing
    The City of London wanted to improve awareness of the rich history, cultural significance and wildlife value of Farthing Downs & New Hill, a chalk grassland. Fitzpatrick Woolmer created a suite of 5 A1 semi-seasoned oak...
  • Fitzpatrick Woolmer Design & Publishing: Wayfinding signage for Montalto countryside estate
    Wayfinding signage for Montalto countryside estate
    Fitzpatrick Woolmer Design & Publishing
    Fitzpatrick Woolmer manufactured and supplied over 140 wayfinding, information and traffic signs for this privately-owned countryside estate in County Down, which is open to the public. Signage was provided to help visitors...
  • Streetlife: Outdoor seating for UNESCO Dutch tourist site
    Outdoor seating for UNESCO Dutch tourist site
    Streetlife
    Kinderdijk, an authentic Dutch village and UNESCO World Heritage site, required seating for a new entrance area for visitors. At the special request of the Kinderdijk World Heritage Foundation, Rough&Ready (R&R) 6 Benches...