Projects and case studies featuring shelters on EXTERNAL WORKS. Inspiration and ideas to help you find the best solution for your project.
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  • Handspring Design: Armadillo seating shelters with green roofs for hospital
    Armadillo seating shelters with green roofs for hospital
    Handspring Design
    Project, 08 May 2018
    Project
    SAVE Project
  • Bailey Streetscene: Seating, planters and shelter for hospital courtyard
    Seating, planters and shelter for hospital courtyard
    Bailey Streetscene
    Project, 07 July 2020
    Project
    SAVE Project
  • Environmental Street Furniture: Bus shelters for new care units at Omagh Hospital
    Bus shelters for new care units at Omagh Hospital
    Environmental Street Furniture
    Project, 13 January 2021
    Project
    SAVE Project
  • Handspring Design: Armadillo seating shelters with green roofs for hospital
    Armadillo seating shelters with green roofs for hospital
    Handspring Design
    Handspring designed, manufactured and installed bespoke courtyard Armadillo seating shelters for a richly planted and textured landscaping project designed by FIRA at Dumfries & Galloway Royal Infirmary. The shelters are quite...
    SAVE Project
  • Bailey Streetscene: Seating, planters and shelter for hospital courtyard
    Seating, planters and shelter for hospital courtyard
    Bailey Streetscene
    Bailey Streetscene provided specially adapted seating elements, planters and shelters for Memory Inpatient Services at Hollins Park and Whiston Hospitals, which provide support for adults with memory problems such as dementia who...
    SAVE Project
  • Environmental Street Furniture: Bus shelters for new care units at Omagh Hospital
    Bus shelters for new care units at Omagh Hospital
    Environmental Street Furniture
    Environmental Street Furniture (ESF) supplied Aureo bus shelters from its Signature Collection for the Palliative Care Unit at Omagh Hospital in Northern Ireland. The new shelters are part of a £105m investment project which saw...
    SAVE Project