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Mastering the art of decorative concrete

Lazenby offers a range of installations and products, from poured and polished flooring to pre-cast work surfaces and staircases, suitable for all projects and environments

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Seamless transitions: Lazenby Polished Concrete flooring inside and out. Ade Architecture.
Seamless transitions: Lazenby Polished Concrete flooring inside and out. Ade Architecture. Credit: Matt Clayton

Bespoke concrete specialist Lazenby is known for its innovative installations. Its flagship product, Lazenby Polished Concrete flooring, is installed at a 100mm depth and specified regularly for new-build commercial and residential projects. 

Where depth is an issue, its Architop flooring collection can achieve the same polished concrete look, but with installation as thin as 3mm, while the Lazenby Terrazzo system offers multiple aggregate and colour combinations for a wide range of projects.

Up, up and away: Lazenby pre-cast concrete staircase. Humphrey Kelsey Architecture.
Up, up and away: Lazenby pre-cast concrete staircase. Humphrey Kelsey Architecture. Credit: David Butler

Lazenby creates and installs bespoke non-flooring products, too. It is a specialist in in-situ fixtures, such as staircases and worktops, and can assist in turning designs into reality for any concrete element in a project, no matter how big or small.

The company's pre-cast factory produces bespoke concrete pieces including sinks, tiles and stair treads in a range of colours, pigments and textures to complement in-situ floors and work in harmony with any room.

Lazenby also offers external installations in a variety of finishes and specialises in wet play areas and pattern-imprinted concrete.

Shine on: Lazenby Polished Concrete flooring. Gregory Phillips Architects.
Shine on: Lazenby Polished Concrete flooring. Gregory Phillips Architects. Credit: Mel Yates

Installing products throughout the UK, Europe and beyond, Lazenby strives to continually improve its knowledge and expertise in retrofit and new-build projects.  It welcomes projects of any size and is experienced in helping clients with bespoke designs for concrete floors, furniture, surfaces, tiles and art installations.

For more information and technical support, visit: lazenby.co.uk

 

Contact:

01935 700306 (Sales - Option 1)

info@lazenby.co.uk


 

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