Brochure

Lateral Design Studio
Thu, Feb 9, 2017 3:27 PM

Aquascape Brochure

Here we highlight our beautiful range of Aquascape external products. These are being used by homeowners and professionals alike including landscape architects, garden designers, and developers. Lateral Design Studio is a family run company with 30 years experience in the construction industry. We specialise in combining unique designs with cutting edge technology to turn functional construction products into art. We use only the best materials and work with quality assured British manufacturers whenever possible.

Our beautiful covers are available in stylish & modern stainless steel, smart & natural Jonite stone composite or classic & sophisticated cast iron. They can be used on driveways, patios, balconies, gardens and in urban landscape schemes; adding a designed element to:

• External channel drains
• Gully and manholes
• Swimming pool and spa drains
• Air conditioning and ventilation units

In addition we can also offer beautiful decorative tree grates, garden screens, our new level access drain solution for glazed doors “Aqualevel”, and much more.

As well as offering a wide range of set designs, our in-house team can tweak with an existing pattern or commission a completely new one for you, producing them in a choice of quality materials and beautiful finishes. We can provide everything from straightforward product sales through to a full design and supply service. We offer all associated products including drainage channels, gullies and a range of accessories to enable you to complete your project using just one supplier. Our products are attracting widespread critical acclaim; from the press to leading industry bodies, everyone is shouting about them from the rooftops.

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