For the new city square in Penzberg, we delivered approximately 2500 m² of floor coverings made from sandblasted Tittling fine grain and Fuerstenstein granite (diorite), as well as approximately 500 m² of cobblestones (Fuerstenstein), a tactile paving system with blister flags and ribbed flags, groove-trough stones (Fuerstenstein) and solid stone work (Tittling fine grain and Fuerstenstein) for block steps, edgings, and seating blocks.
Floor covering Penzber City square, 2013
Arch. Wolfgang Zach, Landsch.arch. Anton Hansjakob
|Trade name:||Tittling Fine Grain|
|Petrographic name :||Granite|
|Quarry:||Hoehenberg Quarry, Bachstraße 27, 94104 Tittling, Germany|
|Coordinates:||13.366° E / 48.744° N (WGS 84)|
|Typical colour:||light grey|
fine/medium-grained; appears with white, partially also differently coloured veining of differing widths and shapes as well as darker inclusions in various sizes and streaks
|Trade name:||Fuerstenstein Granite (Diorite)|
|Petrographic name :||Diorite|
|Quarry:||Paradise Quarry, Paradies 8, 94538 Fuerstenstein, Germany|
|Coordinates:||13.322° E / 48.710° N (WGS 84)|
|Typical colour:||anthracite to dark grey|
fine/medium-grained; appears with white, partially also differently coloured veining of various widths and shapes as well as lighter and darker mineral accumulations
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