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Ironstone Exposed Aggregate Pavers

Anston Architectural is pleased to announce the re-release of Ironstone exposed aggregate pavers within our extensive suite of products.

The original four Ironstone colours were removed from the Anston range in early 2018 due to decreasing supply of the raw stone materials. Three of the original Ironstone base colours have been retained and their mix designs refined and improved for the 2019 relaunch.

Anston spheres and Ironstone exposed aggregate paving in Ivory.

Anston spheres and Ironstone exposed aggregate paving in Ivory.

The re-invigorated Ironstone range is now available in six luscious colours, reflecting cool and warm earthy tones in a natural palette. All six mix designs are carefully engineered using local sands and stones, producing premium pavers that meet and exceed the breaking load and slip resistance requirements of the current Australian Standard.

Bluestone and custom exposed aggregate paving at Acland Street, St Kilda.

Custom exposed aggregate pavers intersperse large bluestone circles at Acland Street, St Kilda.

What’s so good about exposed aggregate paving, anyway?

We have found that designers are specifying exposed aggregate paving more often for commercial applications or situations where paved areas will be subjected to frequent use. Exposed stone aggregates add detail and intrigue to a paving layout, and also tend to be more forgiving as they mask the appearance of stains and blemishes.

Custom exposed aggregate paving by Anston Architectural at Skypark, Melbourne Quarter.

Custom exposed aggregate paving by Anston Architectural at Skypark, Melbourne Quarter.

Want to view the Ironstone range in person? Request a sample pack by contacting the Anston team.

Not so keen on the exposed agg look? View the rest of our paving range here.

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