Wienerberger has introduced seven new long format bricks to its Roman range in response to the growing trend towards exploring a wider variety of brick sizes.
Each of the new bricks are 400x100x400mm and offer a very long, slender design option and feature a waterstruck texture. Wienerberger’s Roman range now includes ten products with size options up to 510mm long available.
The range offers a variety of colours and is ideal for design projects looking to make a statement, providing a versatile brick solution that can benefit many types of architectural projects.
In addition, Wienerberger offers its Megaline range which also provides longer, thinner formats but with a very different look to the Roman range. The Megaline range is manufactured using an extrusion process that gives the bricks a very precise shape.
The range is available in 288x88x48mm format in five colours and offers architects and designers a clean, crisp, contemporary aesthetic design option for their projects.
Wienerberger will be featuring the ranges on Take A Closer Look, an online platform designed to give customers an in-depth view of the organisation’s unrivalled selection of clay facing bricks.
Richard Brown, Category Marketing Manager at Wienerberger, comments: “Longer, thinner formats are really in vogue at the moment and the new colours and textures we have developed offer some really exciting design opportunities. Featuring both of the ranges on our Take a Closer Look platform makes it really easy for our customers to see what we are able to offer them in this space as well as give them the opportunity for access BIM data, explore case studies and order samples.”
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