Sector Commercial
Project type New build
Services provided Product / system supply
Year completed 2020
Project location London
Client Berkeley Homes
Consultant Architect: lifschutz Davidson Sandilands
Contractor Elite Landscapes
 
 

Overview

CED Stone supplied a range of natural stone elements for Goodman's Fields in Aldgate. This modern mixed-use urban quarter provides a selection of luxury apartments, coffee shops, restaurants and 2 acres of stunning landscape, including six bronze horse sculptures galloping through the eye-catching water feature in the new public square.

Natural stone elements supplied

CED Stone supplied the natural stone elements to the water feature and to all phases of this well-thought-out and classy development.

A creatively-designed, pedestrianised public realm, Goodman's Fields is home to a modern central piazza and two new urban gardens: Four Seasons Garden and Chaucer Gardens. The first phase was opened in 2016 and the stone supply for the final phases of the project completed late in 2020.

Early phases included stone supply to the relaxing Four Seasons Garden, which features Chinese silver-grey and black paving, and silver-grey benches and armrests.

The main thoroughfare has black and light grey setts running along several streets, and there is a European silver-grey coping section around the main water feature.

CED also supplied several hundred square metres of specially produced Tier black slate walling, used in several areas to enhance the overall appearance.

Later phases had polished silver-grey bench seats to the Chaucer Garden, and a long radius polished bench made up from several sections, plus more black and light grey setts and paving.

A mix of Chinese and European granites was supplied over the different phases to ensure delivery timings matched the project requirements. This gives some nice, subtle variations in the light and dark colours across the scheme.


Overview

CED Stone supplied a range of natural stone elements for Goodman's Fields in Aldgate. This modern mixed-use urban quarter provides a selection of luxury apartments, coffee shops, restaurants and 2 acres of stunning landscape, including six bronze horse sculptures galloping through the eye-catching water feature in the new public square.

Natural stone elements supplied

CED Stone supplied the natural stone elements to the water feature and to all phases of this well-thought-out and classy development.

A creatively-designed, pedestrianised public realm, Goodman's Fields is home to a modern central piazza and two new urban gardens: Four Seasons Garden and Chaucer Gardens. The first phase was opened in 2016 and the stone supply for the final phases of the project completed late in 2020.

Early phases included stone supply to the relaxing Four Seasons Garden, which features Chinese silver-grey and black paving, and silver-grey benches and armrests.

The main thoroughfare has black and light grey setts running along several streets, and there is a European silver-grey coping section around the main water feature.

CED also supplied several hundred square metres of specially produced Tier black slate walling, used in several areas to enhance the overall appearance.

Later phases had polished silver-grey bench seats to the Chaucer Garden, and a long radius polished bench made up from several sections, plus more black and light grey setts and paving.

A mix of Chinese and European granites was supplied over the different phases to ensure delivery timings matched the project requirements. This gives some nice, subtle variations in the light and dark colours across the scheme.


 
 
 
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