Designed and Created in England
Greenspace Designs Ltd
Based in the glorious Devon countryside on the northern edge of Dartmoor National Park. Greenspace Designs have been designing, manufacturing and installing unique wooden boardwalks, benches, seats, sign boards and trails using local materials in a sustainable way for over twenty years.
We deliver projects on a range of scales from one-off garden benches to interactive, multi-use trails incorporating wooden furniture, signs, boardwalks, platforms and bridges. Each item is unique and carefully designed to complement its natural surroundings.
We can carve timber on your site to create features or furniture or we can remove and season timber at our Devon workshops and bring back furniture made from your own wood.
Our work is community centred and designed to be accessible to as wide a range of ages and abilities as practically possible. Features are designed and created by our team of artists and craftsmen. Through on-site liaison with rangers and project managers, artwork commissioned from Mike Langman and other well-known artists including Andy Turner and Mic Chambers is incorporated into trail posts, information boards, sculptures and carved furniture. We specialise in making your ideas come to life in your green space. As experts in wildlife interpretation, we have many years of experience in capturing the essence of your natural green space in our carved wooden furniture. We use a range of sustainably sourced timbers including cedar, oak, sweet chestnut, larch and macrocarpa – always from British grown trees. We make use of windblown timber and can take the timber from your site to make furniture for your visitors.
Although we develop one off projects, we have a series of popular designs available on our Products Sheets. We can do most things so if you have an idea, why not run it by us?
Greenspace Designs Limited is great company for making boardwalks, benches, wooden seats, signboards, interpretation materials, bridges, walkways, dipping platforms, jetties, disabled access structures, raised boardwalks, aerial walkways, handrails, carved information boards, engraved benches, memorial benches, kissing benches, picnic benches, hillside benches, group seating features, gathering points, storytelling areas, education packs, entrance signs, animal sculptures, poetry trails, nature trails, tree trails, bird identification trails, tree leaf and seed trails, interactive interpretation trails. We have many years’ experience working with a diverse range of clients including: councils, wildlife trusts, AONBs, nature reserves, country parks, estates, housing developers and national parks.