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Pavers have garnered repeated attention in the exploration of the Mediterranean Revival style. Even today, remnants of prehistoric Italian cities like Civitavecchia or San Remo retain coastal communities showcasing striking resemblances in residential architecture, featuring brick pavement tiled walkways, arched windows, and grand foyers. This highlights the inception of pavers in the Mediterranean design during the early 20th century.


The Roman Era marks the origins of pavers in Mediterranean culture, stemming from a necessity encountered by Imperial armies who often found themselves bogged down in mud during military marches. To address this issue, ancient civil engineers devised a masonry system utilizing capstones to transform muddy terrain into durable stone paths, facilitating easier movement for Roman soldiers. Over time, the concept of paved roads became pivotal for travel and transportation across Europe.


Following the Second World War, the significance of paved surfaces became even more pronounced, as engineers observed their resilience against artillery fire and heavy military vehicles. German engineers, in particular, revolutionized urban reconstruction by introducing an efficient system for manufacturing concrete paver bricks or blocks, thereby reshaping the construction landscape and preserving the distinctive European architectural character.

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