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Metalcraft - Architectural Metalwork

  • As used at
    Alexandra Palace,
    Downing Street &
    28 Clarendon Road W11

    As possibly the UK’s most respected architectural metalworkers, we have worked at some very famous addresses. But whether it is a London square, a Palace or a more modest private residence, we bring the same unrivalled experience and expertise to the work.

    We have been leaders in architectural metalwork for half a century, building an outstanding reputation and a very loyal clientele. Metalwork can be beautiful – we take pride in the genuine craft we bring to each task and in the results, which have literally stood the test of time.

  • Park Square Gardens NW1

    At the southern tip of Regents Park, Park Square Gardens is one of the most exclusive addresses in London. The grand Regency style houses loom over the beautiful gardens, though sadly the railings were removed during the Second World War to aid the war effort.

    Metalcraft fabricated and installed the new railings and the enhanced Park Square Gardens were opened by Prince Charles in 2003.

  • Alexandra Palace N22

    ‘Ally Pally’ is a beloved feature of London’s skyline. It has survived two major fires, the first 16 days after it opened and the second in 1980. It was also the site for the world’s first public television transmission in 1936.

    Metalcraft is proud to have contributed to the splendour of the Palace by manufacturing the railings on the first terrace.

  • Talbot Square W2

    Talbot Square had been a hidden square in Paddington, and was acquired as derelict space by Westminster Council in 1995. The Council set about restoring the square to its former glory in 2009.

    Metacraft’s role was to erect new railings based on original metalwork which had been removed as part of the effort to win the Second World War and replaced with concrete posts and chainlink fencing.

  • Russell Square WC1

    For more than 200 years, Russell Square has been a splendid space at the heart of the Bedford Estate in central London. It was named after the surname of the Earls and Dukes of Bedford.

    In 2002, the square was re-landscaped in a style based on the original early 19th century layout. New railings by Metalcraft were an important part of the enhancements to the square.

  • Potters Fields SE1

    Potters Fields Park lies at the very heart of London, on the southern side of the Thames, with sweeping views of the river. Extensively landscaped in 2007, the park you see today has been transformed into a beautiful, world class facility, which hundreds of people pass through and enjoy on a daily basis.

    Metalcraft were asked to manufacture and install a feature entrance which consisted of 2 cast iron architecturally designed screens with a leaf design, bolted together and fitted to a steel beam at the base.

  • 28 Clarendon Road w11

    The house was refurbished between January and September 2010. Metalcraft fabricated and installed a wide range of metalwork including terrace balustrading, window guards, a rear garden staircase and balcony and the front gates and railings.

    All of this work was carried out in conjunction with the client, Susan Walker Architects and the local Conservation Officer from the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea.

  • 50 Years

    As possibly the UK’s most respected architectural metalworkers, we have worked at some very famous addresses. But whether it’s a London square, a Palace or a more modest private residence, we bring the same unrivalled experience and expertise to the work.

    We have been leaders in architectural metalwork for half a century, building an outstanding reputation and a very loyal clientele. Metalwork is beautiful and functional – we take pride in the genuine craft we bring to each task and in the results, which have literally stood the test of time.

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