The Mews House designed by renowned architect Russell Jones incorporated Blanc de Bierges portland paving slabs throughout to form a continuous surface from the front external entrance through the internal areas and out into the rear courtyard.
Blanc de Bierges 600x600mm cast stone concrete paving units were the perfect solution for the architect, being ideal for both internal and external paving areas.

You may have seen the project featured within the Architects Journal recently. Further information on the project is available on the AJ website and on ArchDaily.

The project was designed and developed with an economy of visual, spatial and structural means.The careful selection and crafted use of materials create an essential quality that isn’t apparent in the materials themselves. The resulting home, although compact, feels spacious and special.

The building includes underfloor heating throughout and, built to level 3 Code for Sustainable Homes, makes use of a rainwater harvesting system and photovoltaic panels.

Photo credit : Rory Gardner