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Take a look at stone in the landscape with Stone Federation's Landscape Insight

7 March 2019
Landscape Insight

A new Stone Federation event on the use of stone in landscaping takes place on 26 March at The Garden Museum in London. Book now.

Stone Federation's Landscape Insight is a new event for landscape architects, landscape gardeners, other contractors, local authorities and landscape designers. It is taking place on Tuesday 26 March starting at 9.30am in The Garden Museum in Lambeth Palace Road, London SE1.

Landscape Insight will involve a series of seminars offering a comprehensive review of best practice, selection and stone sourcing guidance that will position you to make best use of the potential that natural stone offers.

Stone Federation's Landscape Insight is a new event for landscape architects, contractors, local authorities and landscape designers. It is taking place on Tuesday 26 March starting at 9.30am in The Garden Museum in Lambeth Palace Road, London SE1.

Landscape Insight will involve a series of seminars offering a comprehensive review of best practice, selection and stone sourcing guidance that will position you to make best use of the potential that natural stone offers.

The seminar topics are wide-ranging and will include plenty of time for you to ask your own project specific questions.

The programme:

09.30-10.20
Landscape Project Profiles - Showcasing Success (Gordon Hines, Marshalls)

10.20-11.05
Natural Stone - A Landscape’s Ideal Material (Giles Heap, CED)

11.30-12.15
The Process of Production and Quarrying (Michael Gorman, Johnsons Wellfield, and Sean Wooten, Welsh Slate)

12.15 - 13.00
Q&A (David Burton, SteinTec, Michael Heap, CED, Asil Besim, Hardscape)

13.00
Lunch

To book your free ticket, email Matt Robb on [email protected]. Places are limited and will be offered on a first-come-first-served basis.

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