Leander Architectural undertakes large scale architectural metalwork projects as well as providing casting and fabrication facilities for our clients. Our Foundry, offices and workshops are on the outskirts of the historic spa town of Buxton in the Peak District.
Typical metalwork projects are bandstands, bespoke decorative and functional structures/shelters, public art commissions, glazed canopies, balconies and arcades. Our smaller projects include bespoke street furniture and signage - Finger post sgns, village noticeboards, town signs, columns etc. A large fabrication and assembly workshop allows all but the largest structures to be completely dry-run assembled before despatch.
Our in-house foundry and blacksmithing facilities allow us to produce bespoke architectural and decorative castings ranging from tree branches to wine cellar doors.
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The Royal Label Factory, also based in Buxton, concentrates on traditional signage and retains many of the casting patterns it developed in the 1930s for county and town council signposts and fingerposts. Major elements of the workload also include blue plaques for civic trusts and societies throughout the UK and signs of all kinds for heritage agencies - particularly the National Trust, Historic Scotland and Cadw-Welsh Monuments.