Hobson's Square, a significant new public space for Cambridge
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Hobson's Square, a significant new public space for Cambridge

clay paving: a unique blend of colours in 3 sizes

Hobson

architect: Place Design+Planning | Countryside Properties

Hobson

As Phase 1 of the public space known as Hobson's Square at Countryside Property's Great Kneighton Development nears completion, the design incorporating a unique blend of colours from Vande Moortel's Ancienne Belgique, Septima and Decima range of clay pavers specified by Place Design+Planning of London can now be seen to its full potential.

Hobson

Vande Moortel's unrivalled selection of colour, size and textures offers no limits as to what can be achieved from their extensive range of clay paving.

This comprehensive choice allowed Place Design+Planning to provide a unique blend of colours and mix proportions to run throughout the project, whilst the 3 different size formats and bond patterns offered subtle differentiation for varying traffic loadings and usage.

Hobson

Following the approval of the sample panel, which shows the Septima blend in running bond pattern alongside the smaller format Ancienne Belgique laid in herringbone pattern, laying has now commenced by the civil engineering company Tamdown Group."   

As planting and final fixing of street furniture by the civil engineering company Tamdown Group nears completion, Vande Moortel are pleased to be associated with this continuing development and look forward to seeing this prestigious public space being used and enjoyed by everyone.