The core skills of sculpting, fabrication, moulding and casting have expanded over the years and now include 3D CAD modelling, CAM production including 3D milling, and 3D printing in house.
Over many years we have gathered many fabrication and finishing techniquestwhich help to realise clients' projects. We have collaborated with many businesses across the UK which further widens the range of solutions we can offer.
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Windsor Workshop was funded by Sculptor Steve Furlogner who runs the business with his two sons Luke, Sam, and his wife Miri.
The workshop began in 1966 while Steve was a sculptor working in a warehouse in Old Street where he would occasionally take on commercial work. A close working relationship with design agency Sedley Place (based in Clapham) lead Steve to move into an adjoining workshop space formerly known as ‘Windsor Works’ in 1987, where Windsor Workshop was officially born.
Steve retired from teaching (Head of Fine Art, Central St. Martins) in 1998 to concentrate on the business full-time. In 2005, Steve's sons, Sam and Luke joined the business. Sam was returning from teaching Outward Bound in New Zealand whilst Luke had been working in the film industry as a prop and model maker. Their experience and hard work, coupled with Steve’s creativity, lead to Windsor Workshop expanding year on year. The business moved to it’s current home in 2008, a large new industrial premises in Streatham.