CUPA PIZARRAS has been specified across a major development and refurbishment at Tregenna Castle. The company’s products were selected for their ability to endure extreme local weather and provide an exceptionally long lifespan.
CUPA PIZARRAS has been heavily involved in the development of a new self-build residential property in North West London.
The unique windmill refurbishment in Suffolk, which is clad with CUPA PIZARRAS CUPA R17 natural slate, has been awarded Best Use of Slate for a Domestic Project at the RCI Pitched Roofing Awards 2021.
CUPA PIZARRAS’ high-quality slate solutions have helped a local project team to meet its overarching design goals during a project to renovate a property in Doncaster.
CUPA PIZARRAS’ H9 slates have been specified as part of a modern luxury housing development in Yorkshire. They were chosen on account of their aesthetic value, long-term durability and competitive pricing.
CUPA PIZARRAS R17 slate has been specified to meet the design challenges of a former Georgian windmill renovation, at Fort Green, near Aldeburgh in Suffolk.
A number of pre-existing farm structures have been reconstructed using CUPA PIZARRAS Heavy 3 slate in order to house a new Scottish whisky distillery, Ardross.
CUPA PIZARRAS’ CUPACLAD® 101 RANDOM rainscreen cladding system helps to create a geologically inspired exterior for the Sedgwick Museum of Earth Sciences’ new £2 million Colin Forbes Building.
CUPA PIZARRAS’ Heavy 3 slate has been used to rebuild a previously run-down village hall, into An Talla Loch Ness Visitor Centre, a visitor gateway to Loch Ness and the Caledonian Canal.
CUPA PIZARRAS’ CUPA 18 natural slate achieves a high-quality finish on three luxury, modern, new build properties in Kent.