Coolum Random Ashlar natural stone walling is a natural quartz limestone product. Ideal for residential and commercial building and landscape design projects such as pool designs, retaining walls and feature facades, the natural quartz limestone veneer product is chipped on five sides and sawn on the back, allowing for time effective installation without compromising on the design result.
Our random ashlar walling range is a mix of natural stone walling reminiscent of Spain and provincial France, but now firmly ingrained in modern Australian architecture, landscape architecture and garden design. Whether you’re searching for exterior wall cladding for an outdoor fireplace or simply searching for bathroom tile ideas, we’ve got something for you. Whether you like a limestone wall or a slate tile, our showrooms will present a vast array of wall tiles and ideas especially for you. From landscaping stone to architectural stone, you’ll find everything you need right here.
|Split face veneer split on 5 sides and sawn on the back|
|Random square and parallelogram shaped stone|
|Lengths up to 400mm|
|Heights up to 250mm|
|L shaped corner pieces|
|Random lengths up to 300mm|
|Random heights up to 240mm|
|Thickness 15-35mm||25||12 (4x3LM)|
Random Ashlar walling
Working with natural stone
Our random ashlar walling range is a mix of natural stone walling reminiscent of Spain and provincial France, but now firmly ingrained in modern Australian architecture, landscape architecture and garden design.
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Valley of the Giants
The steeply sloping site, regularly battered by heavy, salt-laden winds, was previously off-limits to the client's young family. Thanks to an exhaustive excavation and reclamation process, it is now the perfect retreat. To achieve the flat and highly-workable design space, more than 400m3 of earth was excavated. The key to reclaiming the 460m2 space was careful attention to sustainable design and construction practices. It offered the rare opportunity to remodel the garden prior to the architectural overhaul of the residence. The spatial arrangement had to take into consideration potential elements of the new building, rather than be dictated to by an existing footprint. The client brief called for a large grassed area for family football and a reflection pond with water channels within the walls, providing a soft sound and plays of water both day and night. A shade structure and outdoor dining area were also on the desirable list, along with lighting to enhance the space at night. What the client hadn't expected was the innovative storage solutions brought about by building into the retaining walls under the staircases at either end of the garden, concealed by over-sized teak doors. Indeed, every aspect of the design is over-sized and yet in perfect proportion. The hard elements are beautifully integrated and executed with frontline architectural coastal planting, balanced by more naturalistic planting on the upper, battered slopes. The planting is enriched by Random Ashlar Coolum walling as a backdrop on the vertical planes. With the use of Travertine on the ground planes providing a sophisticated, fresh contrast to the Coolum walling, the two perfectly complementing the open coastal setting.