Located at the iconic Mersey Bluff Precinct on Tasmania’s North West coast, Adbri Masonry worked with the client to create a versatile public area and walk way utilising 6,500 square metres of Trihex® paving.

"We chose the Adbri Masonry Trihex® paver for a number of reasons. The colour range, the robustness of the material and the flexibility afforded in terms of the ability to easily achieve complex patterns which are inspired by the tidal patterns on the adjacent beach," said Director of Hansen Partnership, Steve Schutt.

In creating the versatile public area and walk way, Adbri Masonry’s Trihex® and Quartz Stone pavers brought to life the architects vision of flowing waves, blending the ocean and beach environments.

Adbri Masonry’s Ulverstone plant produced the uniquely coloured Oatmeal, Salmon, Sandstone and Desert Sand pavers, which were installed in alternating layers to create the representation of flowing waves.

Adbri Masonry offers a vast range of paving products to suit every residential, industrial and architectural landscaping application.

The range is comprised of aesthetically appealing architectural pavements, heavy duty industrial pavers and a modern and stylish range of residential pavers.