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PROJECT COLLABORATIVE : WINTER 2017
Hanover® collaborates with
LandDesign on King of Prussia Town Center


King of Prussia Town Center
155 Village Dr.
King of Prussia, PA

 

Creating projects of true distinction takes the collaboration of an entire team. Hanover® Architectural Products is proud to have been chosen as part of the team for the King of Prussia Town Center project.

Located just outside of Philadelphia, King of Prussia is home to the nation’s second largest indoor shopping mall. Wishing to create an urban feel in an otherwise suburban area, designers at LandDesign, along with their client, JBG Smith, introduced a new type of shopping experience to the area.

King of Prussia Town Center is a 20-acre outdoor shopping and dining destination. With the focus on dining and outdoor experiences and events, JBG Smith was committed to providing unique retailers and restaurants with a pedestrian-centric feel. King of Prussia Town Center  will serve as “Main Street” for the master planned 122-acre mixed use community.

In order to provide the pedestrian friendly feel while accommodating vehicular traffic, different Hanover® products in the same color and texture were used to transition from pedestrian to vehicular areas. Pickering Valley Landscape installed Hanover’s nominal 12" x 12" and 12" x 24" Prest® Pavers in the main pedestrian plaza areas. Multicolored clay pavers, by others, were integrated into the design. Unity was achieved by installing Hanover’s nominal 6" x 12" Prest® Brick, in the same color and texture as the pavers, in the vehicular areas. The seamless transition allows this area to be blocked off to traffic for special events.

In the end, collaboration and teamwork of all those involved created a project of true distinction with an urban feel to be enjoyed by both diners and shoppers alike.


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