Metal Art products in the suburbs - a Peninsular picnic setting in Phil Myers Park, Wadestown, a pair of Wakefield benches in Strathmore, and our functional standard 6-bike rack in a depot shed.
At the Begonia House in Wellington's Botanic Gardens, Lechuza Classico planters, painted to order and matching the begonias perfectly, form a striking centrepiece.
More Civic bins, this time at the Wellington Cenotaph following the 2015 centennial renovations, and some modified Replas plank signs that serve as ideal safety barriers at the top of some steep steps in Tawa.
Back-to-back Paramount Tilt Bins installed on Wellington's south coast were fabricated using Corten (weathering) steel, for that fashionable and practical 'rusty' look. With frames re-galvanised and old wooden slats replaced with recycled plastic, these seats on the band rotunda at Oriental Bay look like new.
These bin enclosures hide large-capacity wheelie bins yet clearly signal where litter is to go. Some Longmarch Seats installed in the movie suburb of Miramar.
Metal Art won a competitive tender to produce custom seating and modified skip bins to be used as maxi planters for the revitalisation of Bond St. in the CBD.
At left above, one of several special-design seats installed on the parade at Lyall Bay. Then a front and back shot of a Longmarch memorial seat with a great view of Te Whanganui-a-Tara from Seatoun.
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