A big thank you to our US partners!
Stateside to UK side…

Earlier in the month we had the privilege of playing host to our esteemed US partners, G.Davis & Associates (leading supplier of premium quality decorative architectural products.) We’re thrilled to be supporting them, alongside talented architects Benjamin and Cameron Kroll (RDG Planning & Design) with the supply of our Petrarch reconstituted stone rainscreen, on a high profile and superbly conceived healthcare sector Petrarch project. (All thanks to our distributor Omnis.)

To show our appreciation for all that Omnis and their representatives do for powering the Petrarch name in the US, we invited our partners over to see behind the scenes at APS, and discover how Petrarch is made. Now, with flight disruptions, sadly this part of the trip couldn’t be fulfilled! But we did enjoy a couple of action-packed days in London, visiting key sites and a couple of our renowned Petrarch panel projects.

Take a look at the highlights below and discover more about those projects too. Don’t forget you can create your own Lookbook of our worldwide Petrarch reconstituted stone rainscreen projects by selecting the categories you wish and clicking – ‘Create Lookbook.’

‘Many thanks for coming over to see us. It was really great meeting yourself and Mindy, Benjamin and Cameron, we had a very enjoyable couple of days hosting in London and I’m very pleased it was well received.’ Tom Walker, Sales Director.

‘Gentlemen, I just wanted to tell you how grateful we all were for the wonderful trip you hosted and supported us on. Benjamin and Cameron were so pleased how everything turned out. The sites and fun will not be forgotten anytime soon, if ever.’ www.gdavisandassociates.com

Want to see the projects we visited in more detail? Take a look.

Royal Wharf is a flagship regeneration project – a development of 40-acres, set on the banks of the River Thames, boasting a modern mix of town houses and apartments. The development seamlessly mixes studio apartments, one-bed/two-bed

and three-bed apartments, with large three and four storey townhouses. One of the major challenges of this scheme was the sheer scale of it.

Key Project Details
Colour: Petrarch Engineered Stone #1158B (Special)
Finish: Smooth Matt
Location: Silvertown, London, UK Architect: WCEC Architects
Main Contractor: Ballymore Subcontractor: Prater

Read more about Royal Wharf here.

Brunel Street


Petrarch gives Brunel Street the full Works

Petrarch Reconstituted Stone Rainscreen Panel – 10mm, A2 Petrarch 1421C Smooth Matt
Downer – DCS004, Mechanical Secret Fix
Client: Vistry Partnerships
Principal Designer: Galliford Try
Sub Contractor: Errigal Facades Ltd
Mixed Use & Retail Residential
New Build
Above 30m

An exemplar in model living, brought to life with an injection of Petrarch engineered stone facade

Working in collaboration with Vistry Partnerships, architects Cartwright Pickard have conceived and delivered these striking buildings which form part of the 975-home Brunel Street Works masterplan.

‘The development aims to create an exemplar new neighbourhood next to Canning Town station in East London.’

Read more about Royal Wharf here.

Petrarch Panels stands at the forefront of architectural solutions, championing design flexibility, eco-consciousness, and lasting durability. We’re not just the leading choice for innovative facades; but also a testament to the future of sustainable, impactful architecture.

To find out how we can elevate your project, get in touch here – info@petrarchpanels.com

And find out more here: https://petrarchpanels.com/look-book/