Bradstone’s ultra contemporary StoneMaster garden paving was chosen to create the focal catwalk, surrounded by bespoke stone granite monoliths and a series of life-size amorphous sculptures. All along the wall you’ll find slits which allow the visitor glimpses in to our private world, one where we can find refuge and sanctuary from the hustle and bustle of our everyday lives. This has been created using informal, laid back planting where green foliage and warm peachy orange flowers complement the deep charcoal paving and monoliths.
As a backdrop to the scene Paul chose Ashlar walling which was cut to create a unique curved wall.
Supporting wildlife and the environment was an important element of the overall design. Whilst the plants were chosen to help encourage biodiversity and the generation of wildlife habitats, the StoneMaster paving also has impressive eco-credentials.
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