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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  • Langley Design Street Furniture: Cycle shelter and bin store for new housing development
    Cycle shelter and bin store for new housing development
    Langley Design Street Furniture
    Project, 30 September 2019
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  • GoPlastic: Recycled plastic bin bays for residential estate
    Recycled plastic bin bays for residential estate
    GoPlastic
    Project, 15 June 2021
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  • Roundwood Design: Bespoke shingled timber shelter for farmhouse garden
    Bespoke shingled timber shelter for farmhouse garden
    Roundwood Design
    Project, 01 September 2020
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  • Langley Design Street Furniture: Cycle shelter and bin store for new housing development
    Cycle shelter and bin store for new housing development
    Langley Design Street Furniture
    Littlecombe is situated in the charming market town of Dursley, overlooking the rolling countryside of the Cotswolds Edge. Langley Design was approached by St Modwen Homes who required a cycle shelter and bin store at this...
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  • GoPlastic: Recycled plastic bin bays for residential estate
    Recycled plastic bin bays for residential estate
    GoPlastic
    The bin collection area at Lambeth Housing Association in London had seen better days. The existing timber fencing could not withstand bins banging into it and had quickly broken and rotted. GoPlastic supplied Normandie bin bays...
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  • Roundwood Design: Bespoke shingled timber shelter for farmhouse garden
    Bespoke shingled timber shelter for farmhouse garden
    Roundwood Design
    A bespoke 4 x 5m round wood timber framed shelter was designed to sit sympathetically between a farmhouse and its garden and offers views over the countryside. The cedar shingles are visible from the inside, where they will keep...
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  • Double Conic tensile canopy, Orwell Quay, Ipswich
    Fabric Architecture
    In 2007, Persimmon Homes was tasked with creating a landmark housing development overlooking the popular Orwell Quay in Ipswich. In order to obtain planning permission for this iconic development, Persimmon Homes needed to...
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  • Sirocco shade, Woodfield Apartments, North Carolina
    Fabric Architecture
    Project brief: housing Studio, an architectural firm, designed a unique covered outdoor communal space for an upscale apartment complex in North Carolina; because the space will be used for social gatherings, it needs to be...
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