Imperial Bricks is set to display its ‘50 Shades of Clay’ at this year’s London Build on 27th and 28th November.
Visitors to the show will be able to find Imperial Bricks on stand D29 for expert advice on brick matching, sourcing an ethical, sustainable supply and technical queries.
A wide variety of bricks suitable for London and the surrounding area will be showcased, including the new Weathered Original London Stock, Camberley Blend and Capital Blend, the new Linear handmade range and Contemporary Wirecut bricks.
The show will offer visitors the chance to learn more about the unique dual-faced Weathered Burwell Gault and Pre War Common bricks, which feature ‘clean’ and weathered faces, providing the option to create multiple blends.
Ruth Hughes, UK Specification Manager at Imperial Bricks explained: “Brickwork in London can be tricky to match, whether your project is an in-fill small housing development, or for an extension or renovation which has to complement the existing structure. Pollution levels differ throughout London boroughs, so a ‘clean’ London Yellow Stock that matches in Southall may not work for Southwark!
In addition to the extensive range of ‘standard’ bricks, Imperial can customise blends and age bricks to ensure a perfect match. We’ve worked on some fantastic projects such as the prestigious Royal Academy of Arts, Network Rail in Tottenham and numerous commercial and luxury developments throughout the city.”
Imperial’s Brick Tiles range on display is ideal for creating ‘exposed brick’ feature walls and interiors. The range includes handmade brick finishes, glazed brick tiles with crackle effects and a range of on-trend vibrant shades.
All of Imperial’s brick products are CE marked, sourced from SEDEX-compliant partners and tested by Lucideon, a leading independent certification body.
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