The Howard de Walden Estate, which covers 92 acres of Marylebone, central London, commissioned a series of five laser cut brushed steel balconies in a contemporary design by artist, Natasha Webb. The Juliet balconies are arranged horizontally at first floor level, across the façade of a modern mews building,
The botanical designs were inspired by the proximity of Regents Park and the planting schemes of the 1820’s/30’s which were financed by James Burton.
The Estate embraced the contemporary designs for metalwork which were created using the latest laser cut technology. This new build project offered a unique opportunity to introduce a dynamic modern, graphic style into an otherwise historic area.