Prince and Princess of Wales Hospice has been completed!
Stonescreen has reached the goal providing Welsh slate Aerolite© panels and collaborating with Ryder Architecture Studio on this amazing project. The brand new £21m Prince and Princess of Wales palliative care hospice has opened in Glasgow’s Bellahouston Park.
“Few building materials are as capable of being used in a variety of applications as natural slate. Externally, the material can be used for roofing, cladding, paving, cills and copings, walling and landscaping. Internally, it can be employed as wall and floor tiles, worktops, fire surrounds and hearths. The use of Welsh Slate in three areas of the new Prince and Princess of Wales Hospice in Glasgow’s Bellahouston Park, is the latest example of how the material lends itself to an unparalleled range of exterior and interior functions.” Architecture Today
Stonescreen Aerolite© is our flagship product: they are thin stone faced composite panels laminated onto a glass mesh reinforced foam glass backing that is manufactured from waste glass and is 100% recycleable. Quality of the materials proposed are critical to the success of the projects.
Overall panel thickness: 36 mm
Composition: 7mm thick Welsh slate stone bonded to 29mm thick glass fibre mesh reinforced Foam Glass backing.