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Founded on the combined talents of a sculptor and engineer, and more recently two architectural designers, Nicholas Alexander has the technical understanding as well as creative flair to deliver complex projects to an extremely high standard. For more about what we do and how, click here...

From the blog...


Giant PG tips monkey

Working with PR agency W, we created the statue!
Made out of a total of 110,486 plastic leaves and as tall as a two-storey building, we ferried it from Tilbury Dock in Essex down the Thames.

The stunt is aiming to raise awareness of a ‘green paper’ report to be published by PG tips to promote its green tea project, which will detail how it has “identified the presence of green, from workspaces to living room walls, as having a direct impact on boosting positivity and productivity due to the primal association with nature and open spaces”,


The London Coffee Festival

We were delighted to to install this great looking coffee bar for Baileys at the London Coffee Festival, housed in the Truman Brewery by Brick Lane. The structure was cut on our CNC machine and built in our workshop to then be painted and stained by our team of amazing finishers and installed over one day. The bar featured a wheel of fortune style ‘spin a baileys’ wheel, where participants were able to spin in order to have a chance at trying a baileys inspired coffee, the stylish logo and typography seen on the wheel was also cut on our CNC machine in gold dia-bond. The stand proved very popular during the festival, so unfortunately there was nothing left for us to drink when we arrived to take it down!


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Coca Cola Ball Exchange

Working once more with M&C Saatchi we created a structure that was erected on Potters Field Park, Tower Bridge. Coca Cola marked its sponsorship ahead of the Rugby World Cup 2015 with a ball exchange event asking Londoners to trade in their usual summer sports balls for a rugby ball. There were 1000 balls up for grabs on the day, and 1,000,000 over the whole event!

The MDF structure was cut and finished in our workshop and installed overnight, the event ran throughout the day and was dismantled that evening. The shape of the structure mimicked  a rugby ball, using perspex on the front of the counters and graphic elements along the top section. Participants were able to see the balls that had been exchanged along with a bungee cage housed inside the structure. Some lucky guests had their balls signed by the rugby stars!

Photo: @CocaCola_GB