Surf’s up! The innovative use of natural stone and concrete totally transforms a popular surf club’s surrounds texture of the rocks and the undulations of the waves, the redeveloped forecourt of Shelly Beach Surf Club sits seamlessly in its coastal surrounds. The brief given to Glenn Simpson Landscapes Pty Ltd was to take the open space around the popular club, located at one of the most frequented beaches on the New South Wales Central Coast, and transform it into an attractive, user-friendly concourse that was accessible to the general public. The project, designed by Katherine Simmons of Wyong Shire Council, involved the creation of open parkland along with extensive concrete works. Dental office interior design ideas Referencing the coastal locale, sandstone was the natural stone of choice. Sandstone flagging was used for an area of feature paving that marks the transition from the forecourt to the beach and sandstone blocks for the retaining walls. These walls, along with other strategically placed sandstone blocks, can be used as casual seating, together with a custom made and fitted galvanised steel and aluminium curved suspended bench seat. Patterned concrete was used for the areas that needed to provide vehicle and pedestrian access. Curved shapes were introduced into the concrete paving to reference the rolling surf and contrasting colours to add interest. Areas of permeable paving were also introduced. This is an eco-friendly type of paving as it allows water to pass through to the plants’ root systems.
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