UNIVERSITY CITY, PA
Andropogon's progressive transformation at the heart of the University of Pennsylvania's athletic facilities includes a large open lawn, rain garden, and shaded seating areas created by new pathways and unique seating walls. Corinthian Granite® and American Granite™ dimensional boulders and slab material were sourced and supplied along with careful production coordination of the seating walls. View the entire gallery here.
LANDSCAPING STONE FEATURE PROJECT No. 1
upenn, shoemaker green
LSF 101 - Corinthian Granite® and American Granite™ boulders and slab material integrate seamlessly into the rain garden.
LSF 102 - Corinthian Granite® and American Granite™ boulders were specified and delivered at defined heights
LSF 103 - Hand selected American Granite™ and Corinthian Granite® slabs make a unique visual and functional statement
LSF 104 - The weathered seam face of our American Granite™ boulder slab (right) adds to the overall natural appearance of the project
LSF 105 - A carved channel in the Corinthian Granite® slab directs rain water
LSF 106 - What was once a disjointed collection of tennis courts and short cuts has been transformed into a natural transitional space connecting old campus to new.
LSF 201 - "The Quarrier" sits atop a selection of American Granite™ and Corinthian Granite® boulders, slabs, and heavy wall stone
LSF 202 - This boulderscape stairwell features hand split boulders and slab material in Corinthian Granite®, American Granite™, and Van Tassell Granite®.
LSF 203 - Corinthian Granite® wall stone and slab material (caps) transition to a boulder slab wall around the perimeter of our office addition.
LSF 204 - New Corinthian Granite® pattern pavers with coordinating sawn bench
LSF 205 - Corinthian Granite® tumbled pavers are reminiscent of Belgian cobbles.
LSF 206 - American Granite™ and Corinthian Granite® boulders and slab material surround the elevated parking area.
In 2004 we expanded the footprint of our 19th century Victorian office building to include a multi-level addition clad in Corinthian Granite® ashlar. The landscaping plan was designed to compliment the new building aesthetic and showcase both the beauty and functionality of our stone. Highlights include a 1.5x life size bronze "Quarrier" atop a field of boulders and slabs, perimeter walls, boulderscapes, and a variety of paving options.
LANDSCAPING STONE FEATURE PROJECT No. 2
CHAMPLAIN STONE LTD. CORPORATE OFFICES
LSF 301 - South Bay Quartzite® irregular flagging sawn on site into 12" tiles and set along a unique infinity edge pool.
LSF 302 - South Bay Quartzite® thin wall stone topped with irregular flagging in a full color range
LSF 303 - South Bay Quartzite® irregular flagging forms a unique yet functional boundary between lawn and driveway
LSF 304 - South Bay Quartzite® thin wall stone in a drystack application forms this unique window well
LSF 305 - South Bay Quartzite® irregular flagging was sawn by hand on site into these stunning poolside tiles.
LSF 306 - South Bay Quartzite® irregular flagging and thin wall stone combine to form this one-of-a-kind barbecue and smoker surround. Well done.
THE HAMPTONS, NY
A case study in how just a few different natural landscaping stone products can truly transform a property. Here, our South Bay Quartzite® irregular flagging and thin wall stone was shaped, sawn, and in some cases installed "as is" to form unique design solutions for the driveway perimeter, window wells, and pool area. The tiles surrounding the pool and alongside the barbecue grill were sawn by hand on site from our standard irregular flagging and showcase South Bay's incredible color range.
LANDSCAPING STONE FEATURE PROJECT No. 3
HAMPTONS' OCEAN VIEW POOL & PROPERTY