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Schellevis slabs

The Schellevis slab (without bevel) has a natural appearance. It has a basalt texture, which means there is an open structure on the face. The Schellevis slab is available in various sizes and can be used for all kind of applications and weight loads such as: terraces, driveways or public spaces. The Schellevis slab is also suitable as roof tile. The tile with the size: 50x50x2.2 cm is available in grey and anthracite and is specially made for the interior.

Used colour:   Grey

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Schellevis stair step block model

The Schellevis stair step block model has a natural appearence. It has a basalt texture, which means there is an open structure on the face and a smooth underside. Schellevis also produces corner pieces and half steps. Keep in mind the basalt texture when fitting the stair steps.

Used colour:   Grey

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Schellevis stair step corner model (bevelled inside)

The Schellevis stair step corner model has a natural appearance. This model has a basalt texture, which means there is an open structure on the face. It is used in combination with the stair step in block model (100x40x20). This element, with inside angle of 90 degrees, has a bevelled inside.

Used colour:   Grey

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Inspiratie

A bank as long as you wish!

july

This combination of Schellevis elements is another example of their endless flexibility. The design shows the stair step blockmodel and stackable element in anthracite. This allows you to build a bank as long as you wish.

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Inspiratie

A bank as long as you wish!

july

This combination of Schellevis elements is another example of their endless flexibility. The design shows the stair step blockmodel and stackable element in anthracite. This allows you to build a bank as long as you wish.

Read more