EverEdge chosen for Islington Square project

  • 18 Apr 2019

EverEdge was recently specified to provide edging and planters for a project for Cain International at Islington Square in London.

Islington Square is a development of 371 residential units across three blocks which includes offices, gym, cinema, theatre and retail units. The project required a number of edging products as well as the raised Cor-Ten planter walls.

The landscape architect, Capita Real Estate and Infrastructure, specified EverEdge to provide edging and planters for roof terraces as well as communal gardens.

Maylim Ltd was the landscape contractor tasked with the hard and soft landscaping on site, including the installation of the EverEdge. 

The many roof gardens feature large multi-curved Cor-Ten (500mm high) raised planted areas to accommodate trees and shrubs. EverEdge designed and manufactured the planter walls to allow them to be easily built on site to exact measurements.

The Cor-Ten steel was pre-weathered before being shipped to site to prevent any risk of rust run off once the panels were installed.

EverEdge,
93 The Lloyd,
Market Drayton,
Shropshire,
United Kingdom,
TF9 2PS

Phone: 01453 731717

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