A Soviet-era public square has been redesigned in the Lithuanian town of Jonava. To make this outdoor space attractive again, the planners also made use of the aesthetics and proven properties of Terca pavers.
Santarvė square in Jonava, Lithuania
Terca pavers are able to withstand mechanical and chemical influences, are particularly durable, and offer excellent anti-slip characteristics. In addition, they deliver very good performance values in terms of rainwater seepage. The natural building material of clay was deliberately chosen to make the square “more human” and comfortable. The natural, rich colour of the Terca clay is eye-catching and forms a lively contrast to the predominantly grey surroundings.
Pavers are in themselves an element of design.