NBS Source
List your products

marshalls

937 results found

Sort by:

Showing 1-21 of 21

Kerb Guide

Marshalls plc

A comprehensive guide to Marshalls kerbs, channels and edgings, considering both aesthetics and technical details.

Natural Elements Collection

Marshalls plc

The Natural Elements Collection, inspired by biophilic design, is a modular based street furniture range that aims to introduce natural materials into urban spaces where people can sit and wellbeing is improved.

Pedestals brochure

Marshalls plc

A comprehensive look at Marshalls new roofing pedestals and the variety of concrete, natural stone and ceramic paving units that can be used injunction with the pedestals to create a balcony or rooftop space. Also includes installation details and supporting accessories.

Concrete Paving

Marshalls plc

An inspirational approach to concrete paving, exploring themes such as colour, plan size, textures, blends and laying patterns to provide inspiring better spaces.

Coda Collection

Marshalls plc

Coda is a cohesive range of street furniture, lighting and signage elements that has derived from our extensive experience of public realm innovation and regeneration. Building upon the successful legacy of our best selling Geo range, we have collaborated with leading designer Alex Lifschutz, and his team at LDS once more, to conceive a modern urban design classic.

Cycle Segregation Unit

Marshalls plc

The Cycle Segregation Unit by Marshalls is a versatile, concrete, heavy cycling segregation product. It is used to create a protective barrier between cyclists and vehicles, ensuring safety on the roads for experienced and beginner cyclists alike.

Stratic Collection

Marshalls plc

A new collection of Street Furniture products that bring together the smooth lines and contours from the world of automotive design.

Protective Street Furniture

Marshalls plc

By offering a diverse range of Street Furniture products with integrated protective technology, Marshalls provides a comprehensive solution to protect people, places and infrastructure without compromising the aesthetics of the surroundings.

Showing 1-21 of 21

Feedback