Corten Steel Garden Rose Arch
Corten steel garden rose arch. Designed for multiple arches to be set in a row within an Arts and Crafts rose garden. Our studio was asked to design a repeated pattern for the cut-out section of the steel arch. We designed an intricate and seamless repeated pattern similar to a fabric design to cover the area as a pattern rather than a ‘scene’. This creates a uniform but richly decorated platform for climbing roses to wind their way across the arch. The design incorporates a mass of dog roses, beech branches, bluebells and butterflies.
A perforated ring of beech leaves is suspended from a smaller ring of the same design and hung from a heavy iron boss and chain. The slim iron rods that connect the rings together allow the large chandelier to appear delicate and light.
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