The Zero Degrees Gate, Bristol

Ironart’s Martin Smith worked closely with our clients Woodhouse & Law in Bath to design, make and install this amazing ‘found objects’ gate at Zero Degrees in Bristol. This was a really exciting and interesting project which we executed within a very tight deadline.

Martin and our team pulled out all the stops to make this happen, sourcing all component parts from scrap yards, salvage yards and contacts we knew would be hoarding bits and pieces we could use!  The gate features Clifton Suspension Bridge, plenty of references to the Bristol Docks, engineering, Brunel, industry and hot air ballooning. We are absolutely chuffed to bits with the results – it look terrific. This completely unique and quirky gate is at the entrance to Zero Degrees micro-brewery and restaurant right in the centre of Bristol at 53 Colston Street Bristol BS1 5BA. We’re sure it will stop people in their tracks for many years to come!

Zero Degrees Ironart gate

The Meadow gate – back from galvanizing…

The meadow gate came back from the firm of galvanizers that we use last week.  It looks incredible and they have done a great job of retaining the detail which can sometimes be a problem.

Here are some pics – feast your eyes!

 

The Meadow gate, galvanized

The Meadow gate, galvanized