Rockmount, Wirral

Stockscape worked closely with architects shedkm in the supply of Carlow Irish Blue limestone to this award-winning project. The house sits at the top of Caldy Hill, within the Caldy Conservation Area. It has spectacular views across the Dee Estuary and Welsh mountains. The house is uncompromisingly modern and striking in form, with it’s linear plan form reducing the visible mass of the building against the skyline.

Carlow Irish Blue limestone was chosen to blend the landscape further with the skyline and extend the living space outdoors for a seamless junction between the interior and exterior.

The material takes on a more contemporary feel alongside this cutting edge property while still offering interest and a link back to nature with its highly fossilised appearance – sure to be a talking point, along with many aspects of this exciting project!

Carlow Irish Blue offers a unique, charismatic material which is available in an array of finishes to play up, or down, it’s highly fossilised appearance.  It can also be selected without the fossil, if you prefer.

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