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today2 Aug 2012

Clay pavers for Umhlanga seafront promenade

The five kilometre-long promenade along the seafront in Umhlanga, north of Durban, has been paved with clay pavers from Corobrik. In the selected colours of Cederburg, Champagne and Burgundy, the pavers are laid in a swirl and wave pattern that is inspired by Umhlanga’s sculptural ‘whale bone’ pier and complements the coastal landscape.  The upgrade of the promenade has been completed in four phases over a period of about four years. The project was in design when, in March 2007, extreme adverse weather damaged a lot of beachfront infrastructure and the upgrading of the promenade was consequently accelerated forward. It was completed in part ahead of South Africa’s hosting of the 2010 FIFA Soccer World Cup and the final phase was finished in December 2011, in time for the holiday season. 
today3 Aug 2011

Clay pavers in urban upgrading

International trends confirm a growing preference among urban design professionals for clay paving – providing functionality with character and charm in urban environments. Keeping pace with this trend locally, more and more urban upgrades are opting to use Corobrik clay pavers to bring life and vibrancy to our urban landscapes.
today2 Jul 2013

Paving the way for design

With an increasing focus towards environmentally friendly solutions that offer contrast, vibrancy and texture within the built environment, landscape architects are enjoying variety using clay pavers, a product that has been around for thousands of years.
today27 Nov 2013

Contrast, vibrancy and texture in the built environment

With an increasing focus towards environmentally friendly solutions that offer contrast, vibrancy and texture within the built environment, landscape architects are expressing their creativity with clay pavers, a product that has been with us for thousands of years.