Find Imperial Bricks‘ new display at The Building Centre in London. The ground level stand features a range of Imperial’s 40+ styles of traditional handmade, waterstruck, wirecut and pressed bricks.
Imperial Bricks’ range, a showcase of varying styles, colours and textures, is ideal for matching existing brickwork in all types of renovation and restoration projects, as well as injecting character into new build developments.
The Yellow Stock range is particularly popular, replicating traditional types of bricks used across London, available in weathered and reclamation finishes.
The stand is positioned near the entrance to the Materials Library, with Imperial’s range now listed on the The Building Centre’s Specifinder product directory, along with full technical information.
Managing Director at Imperial Bricks, Jason Hughes, comments: “This permanent, informative display will help visitors find out more about our range and our services including brick matching and bespoke blending across the UK for London and beyond.
“Architects, specifiers and construction professionals with an interest in using traditional handmade bricks can see and feel the bricks up close.”
The Building Centre advocates innovation in the built environment and is open to all, whether you are involved in architecture, construction or simply a member of the general public, with free entry.
Holding regular events and exhibitions, it is an ideal place to learn and develop knowledge and be part of the ongoing debates about building and the environment.
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