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Cast stone for private spa supplied by Procter

Luxury Private Spa, Wigan (2016)

Cast stone for residential barn conversion

UKCSA member Procter Cast Stone's client had a requirement for bespoke cast stone features for the spa area of their barn conversion, and had a very clear vision of what they wanted to achieve and set high standards of quality, user experience and visual impact.

Fosseways supplied by Woodside Cast Stone

Fosseways, St George's Hill, Weybridge (2016)

Wet-cast, cast stone for residential new build

Positioned in a prime location on the exclusive and internationally renowned ‘St Georges Hill’ private estate near Weybridge, the 26,000ft2 Fosseways development certainly makes a statement, with cast stone from UKCSA Member Woodside Cast Stone.

Villa Teorico supplied by Pennine Stone

Villa Teorico, Torland Drive, Oxshott (2016)

Cast stone creating grandeur and splendour

A wonderful example of cast stone from UKCSA Member Pennine Stone's products creating grandeur and splendour on a massive scale for this substantial New Build on the Crown Estate in Oxshott.

Devon Folly

Devon Folly, Tiverton, Devon (2016)

An ancient fortress tower replicated in cast stone.

The client wanted to build a replica ancient fortress tower which incorporated curved windows and a circular cantilevered roof terrace using cast stone from UKCSA Member Thorverton Stone in a finish to compliment the local natural stone rubble walling.

Hurlingham Walk supplied by GreconUK

Hurlingham Walk, Fulham (2016)

Residential Apartment Block

This stunning residential project utilised wet-cast cast stone supplied by UKCSA Member GreconUK over a period of eighteen months concluding in the summer of 2016.

UK Cast Stone Association - Excellence in the Use of Cast Stone Awards 2016

UK Cast Stone Association (2016)

"Excellence in the Use of Cast Stone" Awards

The UKCSA 2016 "Excellence in the use of Cast Stone" awards competition was open to entries from cast stone manufacturing Full Members of the UKCSA, for projects that have used the Members’ own cast stone. Further details on the project entries, and further images, may be seen on these Projects pages of the UKCSA web site.

High Warren, Ashtead

High Warren, Ashtead (2015)

Wet-cast, cast stone

Set amidst the tree lined avenues of arguably Ashtead’s most prestigious address you will find ‘The Warren’ private estate. A development of five 5/6 bedroom detached houses with garages by Millgate Homes, for which UKCSA Member Woodside Cast Stone supplied the wet-cast, cast stone.

Hurlingham Gate, Fulham

Hurlingham Gate, Sulivan Road, Fulham (2015)

Wet-cast cast stone

Woodside Cast Stone were asked to supply all the wetcast stone which included 6 x stunning entrance porticos, band and surrounds at First Floor level, Cills / Heads at second floor and roof level Cornice / Coping stones.

Silverwood House, Weybridge

Silverwood House, Old Avenue, St Georges Hill, Weybridge (2015)

Wet-cast cast stone clad house

Wet-cast cast stone clad house, set in a premier location within the exclusive and internationally renown "St Georges Hill" private estate near Weybridge.

London house supplied by Procter

New House, London SE14 (2015)

Cast stone architectural features to match adjacent properties

Using UKCSA member Procter Cast Stone products including cills, heads, jambs, mullions, highly detailed feature units, string courses and door and window surrounds, replicating those on the existing properties.

Cast stone for Tate Britain supplied by Haddonstone

Tate Britain, London (2015)

Unique modula design inspired by Barbara Hepworth

Inspired by a Barbara Hepworth textile design, the concept for this unique modular design comes from Rosie Irving, who involved UKCSA member Haddonstone to transformed the design into a three dimensional cast stone form for use initially as part of the Chelsea Fringe, before being moved to a permanent display at Tate Britain.

Connaught Square supplied by Edenhall

Connaught Square, Winchester (2015)

Classical Harmony

This classically inspired apartment development blends mellow brickwork with distinctive cast stone details from UKCSA member GreconUK.

Trinity Park supplied by Plean

Trinity Gardens, Edinburgh (2014)

Bespoke development in fashionable area

Cast Stone from UKCSA Member Plean Precast Ltd was showcased on the recently completed Cala Homes development at Trinity Gardens, Edinburgh ...

Weybridge House supplied by Haddonstone

New Private House, Weybridge (2014)

Cast stone design, detailing and supply

When a high standard of design and construction was sought for this outstanding new Surrey property, UKCSA Member Haddonstone was called in to assist ...

Falkirk supplied by Edenhall

New housing development, Falkirk (2014)

Finishing touch in cast stone

A new development of 4 & 5 bedroom detached homes in Falkirk has used bespoke architectural cast stone details from UKCSA member Edenhall to add a distinctive finishing touch and kerb appeal.

New build house supplied by Procter Cast Stone

New Build House, Surrey (2014)

Cast stone supply and installation of portico

Cast stone for this self-build project was supplied by UKCSA member Procter Cast Stone, and they also installed the cast stone entrance portico.

Weybridge House supplied by Pennine Stone

New Private House, Weybridge (2014)

Cast stone details for neoclassical mansion

Extensive use has been made of cast stone from UKCSA member Pennine Stone to detail a new private house on a gated private development in Surrey.

Cheval Three Quays supplied by Edenhall

New public walkway, London (2014)

Cast stone details for walkway with incredible views

Cast stone from UKCSA member Edenhall has been used to detail the public walkway of a major residential riverside development situated next to the Tower of London in one of the city’s most historical locations.

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