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Signage, Wayfinding and Furniture for public places

Creating high-quality products designed to engage people, build brands and enhance the environment

  • Signage and Wayfinding

    Exciting intuitive signage and wayfinding schemes happen daily.  A deep understanding of not only the technical requirements of the project, but also the historical, geographical and cultural significance is essential.  A successfully completed project will harmonise with the surroundings to attract, guide and inform.

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  • Outdoor Furniture

    Complete your outdoor space with Landmark furniture.  Perfectly designed and beautifully made, each piece turns a space into a place and creates a focal point for gathering.  Different styles and materials, different manufacturing processes, all with one aim – visitor satisfaction.

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Most popular products

Our most popular items – designed and manufactured to inform, guide and protect.  This is just a small selection of the options available. If you can’t find what you’re looking for here, we’ve probably made it before, or if not we’ll design it for you!

Clients we’ve worked with

London Borough of Enfield, Arnos Park

Arnos Park is a 44-acre remnant of the Arnos Grove Estate and was purchased in 1928 by Southgate Council.

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Bracknell Forest Council, Lily Hill Park

Landmark has installed a range of beautiful timber signage including fingerpost signs, lecterns and waymarker posts at this very versatile spot. FSC or GiB English oak was used throughout, and overall it was a very pleasing project.

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London Borough of Hillingdon, Park signage

Hillingdon is the second largest borough in London and is blessed with over 200 green spaces totalling around 1,800 acres.

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Materials to suit all environments

The materials – metal, timber and plastic, in all their varieties and forms – are at the heart of what we do. Each one is chosen for the exact qualities needed – architectural, sculptural, weatherproof, decorative, characterful, durable – and performs to a high standard.

FAQs

This depends on so many things – scope, quantity, type, material and time of year.  We will discuss delivery at the time of enquiry.  Typically, orders will take between 2 and 6 weeks to fulfil; however, we’ll always do everything possible to meet your deadlines.

We’ll arrange a virtual meeting to discuss your requirements, then a site visit to photograph and absorb the atmosphere and really get a feel for the place.  The next stage is a discussion with our design team and the production of some concepts.  If you like them we’ll do a quote and take it from there; if you don’t like them we’ll go back to our design team and have another go until you’re happy!

 

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This depends on many things – the type and quality of timber, ground and atmospheric conditions, shady or sunny locations – making it impossible to give a definitive answer.

 

We use good quality hardwoods such as oak, chestnut, greenheart and iroko, and in a good environment (avoiding damp ground and shady conditions) our products can last many years.

HardRok is a premium graphics panel, formed by printing pin-sharp graphics onto an aluminium panel and encapsulating it within a specialist lacquer.  This gives it superior vandal resistance and a 10-year anti-fade guarantee.  HardRok panels can be supplied as a flat panel or a tray and have been used very successfully in many products at locations from the Scilly Isles to the South Downs to archaeological heritage sites in deepest Lancashire.

 

Take a look at our blog to find out a bit more.

Note that the characteristically golden shade will fade relatively quickly once installed and the timber will ‘silver down’ over time.  This can be overcome by regular treatment with a UV-inhibiting surface coating.

 

Certain timbers such as oak have a high tannin content which is most common in fresh-sawn sections.  Tannins appear as black streaks and markings and these will disappear as the timber weathers down.  They can be sanded off when the timber is dry, or treated with a weak Oxalic Acid solution (maintaining suitable safety precautions).

 

Timber is a natural product and changes according to moisture levels.  Once it is cut it can be used fresh-sawn or it can be air-dried/kiln-dried.  However, all timber can split as it dries – this should be recognised as a natural feature and doesn’t weaken it structurally.

 

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