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Laser cut screens for garden privacy

Canal Engineering brings elegance and privacy to a West London garden with ornamental laser cut screens

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The organic leaf pattern of the privacy screen was designed by the clients then laser cut from a 3mm stainless steel sheet
The organic leaf pattern of the privacy screen was designed by the clients then laser cut from a 3mm stainless steel sheet

A West London garden has been given a new sense of privacy and elegance with a laser cut screen from Canal Engineering, the architectural metalwork specialists.

Canal fabricated a set of decorative panels with a matching garden gate for the home. Each panel was manufactured from a 3mm stainless steel sheet which then was laser cut to achieve a beautiful natural leaf pattern. Once brought down to site, each panel was powered coated black to create a striking contrast between the screen and existing walls. The finished result provided an elegant design feature that provides enough privacy without feeling exposed whilst bringing a perfect balance between light and shade.

Laser cut screens have become increasingly popular in modern design and architecture to enhance interiors and exteriors. The design possibilities of a laser cut screen are endless. Clients can choose their own design to reflect their personal preferences in home décor or office building.​ Canal is willing to push boundaries to what is technically possible within architectural metal work and will always work with the client to make their concept a reality.

Laser technology cuts metal precisely allowing for an intricate, elegant and slender design. The complexity of laser technology has the ability to turn a piece of metal into a piece of architectural intelligence. Decorative screens and offer a stylish alternative to standard fencing and enhance the sense of privacy.

  • The ornate laser cut screens create an open pattern of light and shade without leaving the garden too exposed
    The ornate laser cut screens create an open pattern of light and shade without leaving the garden too exposed
  • The privacy screen and gate were given a powder coating black finish creating a striking contrast with the garden's white walls
    The privacy screen and gate were given a powder coating black finish creating a striking contrast with the garden's white walls
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For more information and technical support visit: www.canal.eu.com

 

Contact:

0115 986 6321

canal@canalengineering.co.uk


 

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