From courtyards to car parks, pedestrian streets to city plazas, pavers offer an aesthetic and durable alternative to ordinary asphalt and concrete surfaces.
Belpasso Paving Stones
Non-slip and stain-resistant, these contemporary pavers are suitable for high traffic areas when correct sizes and laying patterns are observed. In two colorways.(Courtesy Belgard)
These interlocking concrete pavers can be laid in a 24-inch pattern either singularly or with additional sizes in a 3-inch ashlar format.(Courtesy Grespania)
Measuring ¾-inch thick and 23 5/8-inch by 23 5/8-inch square, these porcelain pavers can be laid directly on sand, gravel, or grass beds, with no grouting or mortar needed.(Courtesy Century Ceramica)
LEED-eligible, this collection of digitally printed porcelain stoneware tile is frost- and chemical-resistant. In five sizes and four colors.
A limestone lookalike in low-maintenance porcelain, these large format tiles come in a palette of neutral hues and unpolished surfaces. Suitable for high-traffic use.(Courtesy Hanover Architectural Products)
Hanover Architectural Products
Produced with a defined wood grain finish, these pavers provide the look of traditional wood board decking with strength and durability of concrete pavers. Unlike wood, they won’t warp, splinter, or rot over time. Sized at 23 7/8” x 23 7/8”, the units are produced with scores to appear as four 6” x 24” boards.