What do you know about Lost Art Limited?
Do you know about our multi-award winning restoration projects - including the Grand Fountain in Paisley, Scotland?
Are you familiar with our recreations or reinstatements of missing historic landscape features - including the magnificent bandstand in the shadow of Windsor Castle, near London, England, presented to The Queen for her 90th Birthday?
Have you come across our stunning range of street furniture, including our huge catalogue of historic benches - perhaps something a little different for your own spaces or streetscene?
Our guess is, that even if you know of one of the above, you may not be aware of them all.
We will be visiting ASLA Philadelphia introducing ourselves to people and organisations we feel will be interested to our range of services and products, in the hope that they will be of interest for any projects that you may be involved in, or have planned for the future.
We would like to take this opportunity to introduce to you our company. We are based in the heart of the North-West of England but operate anywhere there is a requirement for our services and products. If you would like more information on our full range of products, service and projects. Please do visit our web site at www.lost-art.co.uk.
At Lost Art Ltd we offer a full range of historic garden furnishings, skills and services. From individual items to full park restoration and urban regeneration projects, the Lost Art commitment to the traditional arts and skills of British craftsmen means that we can provide high quality and historically authentic work in metal, wood and stone.
Lost Art brings together a unique range of craftspeople, providing original, reproduction or re-crafted works and restoration to items that are as individual as the landscapes they enhance. Our simple aim is to “provide for the future from the lessons of the past”.
In the meantime, I hope you enjoy meeting us at ASLA Expo and if you require further information or prices, please feel free to contact me, we do have experience of producing condition reports, method statements and specifications for restoration projects that can inform bids for funding or costings.