We love brick and the endless possibilities it creates for any building’s expression.
In the next few newsletters we will discover creative ways architects and clients can keep reinventing the architecture of tomorrow with timeless and beautiful Terca Brick facades.
Brick attracts attention at every level bringing the wow factor to individual houses, apartments and tertiary or renovated buildings – we are constantly discovering just how many collections of Terca Bricks there really are – with their infinite hues, textures and formats to accommodate all your design ideas.
Our showcased project this month features the beautiful Imperium Flavius brick, now complete and looking amazing in Christchurch. See more here.
We were pleased to see the Porotherm boathouse, Karapiro published in the Business Central Magazine last month. There has never been a more important time to discover what durable, sustainable and green architecture really is and what it truly means to live well.
Featured also is the Wasserstrich – we receive a lot of enquiry for this inspiring brick now available in NZ. An architects dream for contemporary design.
Thank you for receiving this newsletter – we wish you the best in great design using beautiful, timeless building products.
Imperium Flavius – Christchurch
Designed by Christchurch architect Alessandro…and beautifully crafted by Feutz and Goldsmith, Christchurch. The mortar joint plays a significant role in the aesthetics of the facade. By colour matching the mortar, this brick is brought to life. One of our favourites!
Elegant presence and timeless living.
The Wasserstrich Collection – raw elegance
With its long, sleek format, the Wasserstrich takes on its full dimension in contemporary architecture. These long, thin bricks have a rough, slightly planed side, the result of a unique molding process where water plays a major role. This brick stands out with its unique look bringing an unmistakable character to the facade.
Wasserstrich Special Orient Red
Traditional mortar joints occupy 20% of the surface of the facade. The choice of colour and it’s association with the shade of the brick has a stunning effect on the final aesthetics of the facade. This laying technique is based on reducing the thickness of the joints without visible jointing. The impression of natural stacking gives the facade a purer appearance and more intense colour.
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