Keystone have recently completed a striking new community pavilion in Hammersmith. The project, funded by the ‘Friends of Brook Green’, is part of the community group’s drive to regenerate the Green and offer a much-needed public facility and attractive community hub.

The material for the pavilion was inspired by the use of natural stone on the facades of buildings facing the Green. The plinth to the pavilion is clad in a honed Jura Beige limestone, with all other courses in a sandblasted finish. The limestone is complimented by a standing seam zinc roof, and timber louvres to windows and kiosk counter. All cladding has been mechanically restrained back to the timber frame construction.
The limestone corner sections are solid for a monolithic appearance, rather than mitred and bonded. The rebates in the cladding panels (rustication) have been used decoratively to contrast visually with the smooth ashlar cladding panels.

A great community project, and we are pleased to have been able to play our part.

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