Red Lion Square involved the complete re-design of a city square in London. It was a joint venture between landscape architects and garden designers, Charles Funke Associates and the Borough of Camden Landscape Department.
A small square on the boundary Bloomsbury and Holborn in London, Red Lion Square was originally laid out in 1684 and took its name from the nearby Red Lion Inn. A central feature is a statue of Fenner Brockway, a British anti-war activist and politician who died in April 1988.
Red Lion Square is one of the projects Alpha Rail has chosen to feature as part of its 30th Anniversary showcase. The aim is to feature now and then pictures of past projects to highlight how well Alpha Rail metal railings have lived up to our promise of high quality and will endure the test of time.
Other projects in the showcase include:
- Whitehall Gardens, Westminster
- Crystal Palace Park
- Camden Gardens, London
- Beaumont Road, London
- Cherry Gardens, Bermondsey
- Raleigh Gardens, Lambeth
- St John’s Park, Isle of Dogs
If you are considering a new project that required architectural metalwork manufacture and design please contact us.
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