Four Haddonstone Projects Nominated For UKCSA “Excellence” Awards

Four Haddonstone projects have been nominated for the United Kingdom Cast Stone Association 30th Anniversary Awards (UKCSA).

The UKCSA 30th Anniversary, “Excellence in the Use of Cast Stone” 2021 Awards competition opened this week.  Entries have been submitted from cast stone manufacturing Full Members of the Association, and for projects that have used the Members’ own cast stone.

UKCSA represents the leading UK manufacturers of cast stone, and associated trades.

 

 

  • Credit: Anouska Hempel Design

    Hotel Monsieur George

Best Cast Stone on a Small Project

Monsieur George Hotel & Spa, Paris (2020)

Haddonstone completed a bespoke stonework project commissioned by world-leading interior designer Anouska Hempel.

The project required our expert team to design and produce 18 bespoke cast stone brackets for the interior, façade and main entrance of the newly renovated Monsieur George Hotel & Spa, Paris.

The brackets were transformed into beautiful stone accent lights and illuminated from behind by a warm white uplight, that will complement the hotel’s overall exquisite style.

To find out more about this project, read the case study.

  • Bespoke Buckinghamshire Residential Project

Best Overall Cast Stone Project

Luxury Residence, South Buckinghamshire (2020)

Haddonstone was commissioned to produce a large volume of almost completely bespoke stonework for this award-winning South Buckinghamshire property.

The private residential project, based in South Buckinghamshire, was designed and built by Cavendish Bespoke.

The architectural project won BUILD Magazine’s Best Luxury Development Project 2020 award.

Full details of this stunning project can be found in the case study.

  • Marshes Shopping Centre

    marshes shopping centre

Supreme Overall Cast Stone Project (One)

Marshes Shopping Centre, Dundalk, (2005)

Haddonstone was responsible for the stonework facades of the new 410,000 sq ft Marshes Shopping Centre at Dundalk, County Lough.

Efforts were concentrated on the entrance of the building, which was flanked by two imposing columns with Corinthian capitals.  A temple was also used as a cupola above the pediment.

Quoins were used on all the corners of the building and the company also provided custom-made window surrounds. Half columns and balls and bases were also used.

Haddonstone was only allocated 11 months in which to complete their part of the project – and managed to complete on schedule despite the scale of the task.

  • Royal Pavilion, Poundbury, C G Fry and Son

    image of the poundbury development

Supreme Overall Cast Stone Project (Two)

The Royal Pavilion, Poundbury, Dorchester (2016)

The Duchy of Cornwall’s Poundbury development is the urban expansion of the county town of Dorchester in Dorset. Covering 400 acres of land, it’s the vision of the H.R.H The Prince of Wales, and has since received worldwide acclaim from architects, town planners and academics alike.

Haddonstone were asked to supply the architectural stonework for the prestigious Royal Pavilion, which would be the main focal point of the Poundbury development.

To find out more about this project, read the case study.

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