Designed for commercial and civic applications, Stonevue pavers have been adopted by an increasing number of civic authorities.
One such authority is the City of Port Phillip, which used Stonevue in the rejuvenation of the St Kilda Town Hall in Melbourne.
The main entrance to the historic 1890-built town hall and the new library had to transcend the contrasting architectural styles to blend new with old. The entrance and surrounding area incorporated neutral colours of Stonevue, while random contrast highlights created added interest. For a contemporary look, a selection of 1,000 mm × 300 mm pavers were used.
The Council’s in-house urban design team selected Stonevue for its combination of aesthetics, durability, design flexibility and cost effectiveness.