Located on one of London's most important and best known thoroughfares,
facing Piccadilly to the North, and Jermyn Street to the South, 198-202 Piccadilly
is an impressive eight storey building designed by Robert Adam Architects.
Black Isle Bronze was chosen to work with Sandy Stoddart and Sir Robert McAlpine
to supply all 66 cast bronze elements on this building. Column Capitals, column
bases herms and urns were all made to exact dimensions as per the architect's
The bronze sculptures on our building in Piccadilly combine fine art
and building craft. The quality of the bronze work is vital to their success.
We are delighted to be working with Black Isle Bronze to ensure the highest standards
of craftsmanship. The combination of a Paisley sculptor and an Inverness foundry
brings the art and craft of Scotland to the most important thoroughfare of London.
- ROBERT ADAM.
The 4 heroic scale rugby players for Twickenham Rugby
stadium in London.
Two of the bas-relief dragons
now at Bank tube station, London Underground in the City of London. Finished in
silver nickel plated, Champ Levee enamel and patinated bronze.