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Talasey Group announces the winners of its Landscaping Professional Awards

January 2018

Malcolm Gough, Group Sales and Marketing Director, Talasey Group, said: “The awards are our way of recognising our members’ loyalty and is also an opportunity to showcase some of their inspirational exterior designs that have been created with our products over the course of the year.”

The Best Large Natural Paving Patio award went to Decol Construction. Using Old York sandstone flagstones from the Cragstone range, Decol created a beautiful large patio incorporating Natural Paving’s Weathered Ebony Cobbles, which are naturally split with an antique finish. 

The Best Small Natural Paving Patio award went to Evoke Landscape.  Using Pumice flagstones from the Premiastone range, and bespoke Pumice copings, Evoke  transformed a dull, inconveniently multi-level garden into a bright, inviting space finished off with a modern, circular patio.  

The Best Overall Garden Design award went to  Artisan Landscapes for an ultra modern garden using the Talasey Group’s Vitripiazza vitrified porcelain. Oro from the Di Pietra range was used to transform the garden into a stylish outdoor living space, inclusive of a contemporary seating area.

The Best Use of Baksteen Clay Pavers Award also went to Evoke Landscape.  Here Birch granite flagstones from Natural Paving’s popular Premiastone collection surround the Chestnut clay pavers from the Baksteen range, to define a bold pathway at the property’s entrance. \

The Best Use of Vitripiazza Award went to Creative Gardens, who designed and installed a sleek garden with a subtle and elegant contrast by using Tempesta and Nuvola single size porcelain flagstones.

For more information on the awards, or how to join the scheme, visit www.naturalpaving.co.uk/register-installer. For product information visit www.talasey.co.uk.

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