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A big part of what we do at Capital Models goes under the radar and un-noticed but a recent project has inspired us to shout out about the repair and refurbishment side of our business. Architectural models are made from various materials that are often lightweight and delicate, so each repair, clean or refurbishment has… Read more »

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  Sometimes a project can take over a workshop absorbing you into its world of magic, colour and design. This is what happened when we were asked by award winning set designer Rob Howell, to make 150 model houses for the backdrop of the stage adaptation of Groundhog Day. The musical was based on the… Read more »

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Every year Capital Models donates money to a designated charity in lieu of printing and posting Christmas cards. This year we have nominated Watford Workshop, a small charity that has been going for over 50 years. The only project of its kind in Hertfordshire, it is based on Century Retail Park in Watford and it… Read more »

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At Capital Models we love a challenge, so when we were contacted by Pentland Brands to make a bespoke sky rail for an installation at Somerset House, we were inspired! Pentland is behind some of the world’s most innovative sports and outdoor brands and their ‘Materialise’ installation showcased the latest products from Berghaus, Speedo, Canterbury… Read more »

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We’re very lucky at Capital when it comes to regular clients that we get on with. Some we have worked with for many years and have developed happy, trusting relationships with them. These relationships between client and supplier cannot be bought or manipulated – it’s a slow grower, an investment, a chemistry! One such client… Read more »

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That’s the beauty of being a professional model maker in central London; you never know what the next brief is going to be. So, when a project comes through the door that is genuinely interesting, thought provoking and informative, as well as allowing you to display your work in the London Design Museum, you know… Read more »