A development application submitted by Arcadia Landscape Architecture for the new Kent Road development in Mascot, Sydney has noted that the paving is to be supplied by Adbri Masonry.
According to Alex Longley, Principal at Arcadia, this project will be the largest single mixed use development in NSW after Barangaroo.
The site at 10-20 McEvoy Street is part of the Mascot Station Town Centre Precinct Master plan prepared in April 2012, and will be transformed from an industrial site to a contemporary high density apartment typology.
The public realm landscape is a critical element of the plans, envisioned as a series of flexible and adaptable public spaces.
Here, a restrained paving palette has been proposed to complement the Council footpath pavements that abut the pedestrian thoroughfare and open space design of the adjacent development.
Adbri Masonry will supply the paving product, which will be utilised through the public realm in a custom character and feel.
While the final detailing for the proposed paving pattern is yet to be undertaken, the paving will reinforce the qualities of the Mascot Train Station Precinct Master Plan objects.