Weather-resistant, self-cleaning, insulating and available in a multitude of colours, Pyrolave is the ideal material for building cladding. In terms of fitting, it can be used as an open jointed, mechanically-fixed rain-screen system or as traditional jointed faience.

The blocks of lava extracted from our quarry are typically rectangular, up to approximately 700mm x 1200mm. Larger blocks are rare and should not be considered for multiple quantities. Therefore, when designing your scheme, the most economical approach is to use naturally-occurring dimensions.

Cladding is available in the following formats:
• 10mm thick: all sizes up to 300mm x 300mm (faience)
• 15mm thick: all sizes up to 600mm x 1200mm
• 25mm thick: all sizes up to 1000mm x 2000mm (not to be considered for multiple quantities)
• 30/40/60/80mm thick: all sizes up to 1300mm x 2600mm (not to be considered for multiple quantities)

Commonwealth House

Location – London

Lambert Street

London

Old Street

London

Eagle Street

London

The Rooftop at Commonwealth House

London

Browning Mews

London

Carnaby Court

London

Sophie’s Steak House

London

De La Cuona

London

Union Street

London

Carnaby Court

London

Loaf

Various

Portobello Road

London

Hanover Square

London

B&Q Headquarters

Eastleigh

Unite Student Accomodation

London

The Ginstitute

London

River Island

Various

Cloth Hall Street

Leeds

Putney Feature Wall

London

The Phoenix

London

Underwood Street

London

Galliard Homes

London

Godown

Private Residence

Mills Loft

London

Ibis Hotel

Cambridge

Chantry Academy

Suffolk

Cubitts

London

White Stuff

Bristol

Loud & Western

Fulham, London