We were recently approached by the main contractor of a new build care home to develop architects drawings into a workable pair of bespoke radius bench seats.
We decided on using Accoya wood for all of the timber elements in this project due to its outstanding durability and stability.
The design was developed around a bespoke rolled metal frame, which was manufactured and powder coated for us by Dmet, a Dudley-based metal fabrication specialist.
The benches feature a high back with trellis tops, integrated backrests and free-draining seats.
All of the Accoya wood elements are left untreated and will weather to a beautiful silver grey over a short period of time.
The end results are a striking pair of feature benches that complement the new care home’s exterior and landscaped grounds.
The benches are comfortable and maintenance-free.
If you would like us to produce a one-off bench for your next project get in touch.
We produced a range of furniture for the new development of a narrow boat marina in Northwich Cheshire. We produced a series of bespoke Oak seats, which were placed onto stone gabions.
We also designed and built six large charred and natural Oak benches to fit in with the historical loading trams of the salt industry.
We were contacted by a group of parents at a primary school in Brixton. The school required some bespoke seating and planters.
We worked with a local architect and made some bespoke playground seats with adjustable feet, from locally sourced Sweet Chestnut. We also made a very large Sweet Chestnut tree seat, which could seat a class of children. Finally, made some large planters for the playground.
The work proved a big hit with the children, parents and teachers alike.
Made In conjunction with Timber Intent. Any size available