6 ways to get the laser cut look


Laser cut metal isn’t just about creating beautiful sculptures. There are a range of versatile uses for these materials, and a range of ways you can make the laser cut look work in your outdoor areas

1. Screening & Fencing

Laser cut screening offers a creative alternative to the conventional fencing options available and can be used to create stunning privacy feature walls, focal spaces and even ‘outdoor rooms’ within a garden design. Screening can also be an effective way to hide or disguise service areas and is a stylish solution for providing valuable privacy for a property.

Decorative laser cut screening offers a unique way of covering windows or door frames whether to block unsightly views, increase privacy or create intrigue with shadow effects cast throughout a space. Internally, laser cut screens work well as creative room dividers.

As well as conventional two dimensional cutting, Urban Design Systems creates three dimensional designs which offer a real sculptural element to a two-dimensional panel. Due to the minimal cut-out density, three-dimensional designs offer almost complete block-out which can be great for certain situations.
6 ways to get the laser cut look

6 ways to get the laser cut look

2. Decorative gates

Decorative laser cutting is a modern way to create a striking entrance to a property, ensuring a stylish first impression for your home. Whether for mechanical sliding or hinged gates, we can provide all-aluminium or steel, or steel and timber framed units helping create a statement piece for your property.

3. Feature artwork

Decorative laser cut cutting can be used to create stunning feature artwork to help create ambiance and atmosphere to a space.

6 ways to get the laser cut look

6 ways to get the laser cut look

4. Light-up feature artwork

Patterned designs take on a whole new life when back-lit, whether by natural light, or with controlled LED lighting and can really transform an environment where they are used. The complexity of each design determines the amount of light filtered into a space so can be used cleverly to create shade in a space.

5. Sculptures

A laser cut weathered steel sculpture is the perfect statement piece in almost any landscape design, and hiding them throughout your outdoor area is a great way to add flair and curiosity.

6 ways to get the laser cut look

6. Functional statement pieces

If you prefer a statement piece more integrated into your garden design, why not incorporate the laser cut look using a fire pit or custom-made planter trough? A planter trough made of weathering steel helps to bring the rustic look into your outdoor space, while a weathered steel fire pit is a great looking and heavy-duty outdoor heating option.

6 ways to get the laser cut look

6 ways to get the laser cut look

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