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LANDSCAPING & EXTERNAL WORKS


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Lasting peace


As specialists in manufacturing hardwood street furniture that lasts for decades, Woodscape were the ideal choice to be part of Basingstoke’s War Memorial Park, with Clifton seats featuring prominently in the long-awaited Peace Garden, opened on 21st September 2018, the International


Day of Peace, commemorating the centenary of the end of the First World War. The Clifton Seating System providing a functional yet stylish framing for the main circular area, with a hardwood cube custom etched to create a wonderful entrance marker.


sales@woodscape.co.uk Porcelain Pavers collection


CTD Architectural Tiles has introduced its Porcelain Pavers collection, an extensive range of 20mm-thick porcelain tiles specially suited to outdoor environments. Comprised of 22 different tile ranges, each and every product in the collection meets all


the technical and design requirements for exterior applications. From contemporary concrete-effect finishes to multi-coloured pavings, the collection combines outstanding performance with exceptional design to help architects, interior designers, developers and specification professionals achieve any manner of exterior project brief.


0800 021 4835 www.ctdarchitecturaltiles.co.uk


Pop in to see our new London showroom!


020 7253 2800 greenblue.com


117 St John Street, Farringdon, London, EC1V 4JA


ADF JUNE 2019


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