CED Stone Inspiring Beautiful Landscapes

Milngavie Town Centre

Posted: 16 May, 2022

The aim on this project was to highlight the role that pedestrianised areas can play in directing both locals and visitors to sites and places of interest within Milngavie - to encourage active travel, improve navigation and tell a bit of the history of the town through illustration and design.

Our supply was for both a light grey paving mix and dark grey kerbs. These were sourced promptly from Portugal with an attractive, slip resistant, flame textured finish. We then arranged for the appropriate slabs to be etched by use of water jet and sand blasting facilities in the UK. Producing inlays of ceramic cut-outs and fitting them in to place on the etched units, as well as water jetting precise holes for discs to be fitted in to position later on site.

This interesting feature area is scheduled to be repeated elsewhere in the town and really improves the Public Realm image of Milngavie.


Designer: Page/Park

Page\Park is an award-winning architectural practice undertaking work across the UK from our studios in Glasgow and Leeds. We are an Employee Owned Business reflecting our culture of sharing ownership and responsibility across all that we do.


Contractor: Kelsen

At Kelsen, we realise conservation projects, art installations and architectural construction with efficiency and sensitivity. We seek out projects that are unique in their nature, manner of making, design, concept, location and complexity.