GRAN VÍA BENCHES, IN MADRID · SPAIN
At the end of the year 2018 Granilouro produced and installed 110 granite benches, made in our Grey Louro material. These pieces were included in the rehabilitation of the main street in Spain’s capital city, the well-known Gran Vía.
GRAN VIA IN MADRID · SPAIN
4 months before the deadlines previewed on the contract, Granilouro finished the Gran Vía project in Madrid. Ready to open by Christmas 2018-19. Sidewalks in Grey Louro and Black Santiago, dimensions between 2.6 and 3.4 m, so the project got 6800 m2 for pedestrian use, with flower pots, parking entrances, and transition curved kerbstones on … Continue reading GRAN VIA IN MADRID · SPAIN
BOLARDS, WATER POTS, BENCHES OR STONE FOUNTAINS.
we are seeing, more and more, the placement of dissuasive elements at the entrances to large pedestrian areas of our cities, these being, often, concrete fences, not very nice. Safety is important, but it can be done with elements that provide design to our walks. We want to make reality the objects that the architects … Continue reading BOLARDS, WATER POTS, BENCHES OR STONE FOUNTAINS.
Rue d’Alsace-Lorraine · Toulouse, France
This street, converted mostly into pedestrian use, was covered with black, red and grey granite. The paving tiles were cut in diagonal and offset tiles were forming the tree pits. Solid benches, in two large pieces, were performed with off-centre geometry.
Paseo do Parrote · A Coruña
Three tone yellow granite tiles and urban furniture were used for ‘Paseo do Parrote’ in A Coruña, from a ‘Collarte Architects Studio’ project where the granite benches are an exclusive and unique design.
CUATRO TORRES BUSINESS AREA (CTBA) • MADRID
This large estate surrounding the four towers located in the former sports city of Real Madrid, was enriched with a multitude of granite benches.
Plaza Mayor · Torrejón de Ardoz, Spain
In addition to the paving installed, this work enriches the square with great benches fabricated in polished red granite.
Cuesta de Claudio Moyano · Madrid
Some rectangular benches adapted to the slope of the street were manufactured to be installed in this beautiful street of Madrid, where every year the book fair is held.