Silverwood Inspire timber cladding from A. Proctor Group has been selected for an impressive waterside development in the pretty rural village of Marsworth in Buckinghamshire.
Leading developer for the project was H20 Urban. Working in close partnership with the Canal and River Trust, H20 Urban develops sites, which are adjacent to the Canal and River Trust network throughout the UK. The Marsworth Wharf project involved the creation of 12 new stunning dwellings and the sympathetic conversion of a historic workshop building on the site of a former concrete batching plant and waterways depot.
Designed by architects Stride Treglown in a contemporary style, the use of natural materials, such as the timber cladding, has created a stunning development that perfectly compliments the traditional historical workshop building, which has been shortlisted for the prestigious 2016 Housing Design Awards.
Contractors Hyatt Construction chose Silverwood Inspire timber cladding in an Onyx Black shiplap tongue and groove finish for a modern aesthetic look. Silverwood timber cladding is regularly specified by architects and contractors because of its proven performance, backed by a comprehensive 10 year paint finish guarantee, and its durability of up to 50 years as a result of the combined timber treatment and Silverwood factory applied paint finish. Silverwood Inspire combines the look and feel of traditional cladding with a planed and brushed finish and is available in a modern palette of colours.
The use of Silverwood Inspire and other natural materials at Marsworth Wharf has achieved the perfect harmony between the traditional heritage of the historic surroundings and the modern contemporary look for an impressive range of upmarket homes with stunning views over the canal and countryside.