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Issue #20

© Oostindie Architecten and Buro van der Goes architects

Public Use

A WATER MILL WITH AN EXTRAORDINARY SHAPE

The Viviparus freshwater snail inspired the shape of an unusual-looking water mill in the Netherlands.
Update to Issue #20
Wienerberger Urban - Facade cladding 07

Roof & Façade

WIENERBERGER URBAN CLADDING TILE

Seamless transition between roof and façade - Wienerberger Urban is a high-quality clay cladding tile made to cover both roof and façade.
Update to Issue #20

Brick Award

BRICK AWARD 2018 – LAST CHANCE TO ENTER!

Submission phase will close for the Wienerberger Brick Award 2018 on Thursday the 20th April 2017.
Update to Issue #20
Outside view Lacy Brick © Pamphilon Architects

Roof & Façade

A HOUSE EXTENSION WITH TEXTURE, COLOUR AND FUN

To enlarge the small kitchen, a brick extension was added to the rear of a terrace house in London.
Update to Issue #20
Wienerberger Brick Award 2018 Banner

Brick Award

WIENERBERGER BRICK AWARD 2018: CALL FOR ENTRIES!

We look forward to receiving your submissions!
Update to Issue #20
Gianni Cito - Moke Architecten

Brick Award

ADVANTAGES OF BRICK – EXPLAINED BY ARCHITECTS

Good reasons to build with brick – architects speak out
Update to Issue #20
© Gramazio Kohler Research, ETH Zürich

Roof & Façade

RE-THINKING MASONRY VIA DIGITAL TECHNOLOGIES

Essay by Tobias Bonwetsch – Managing Director of ROB Technologies.
Update to Issue #20
Street view, House Dejaeghere-François, PCp Architects © Ben Antoniw

Building envelope

URBAN BUILDING WITH A MODERN UNIFORM

Finding the right balance between accommodation and outstanding design.
Exterior, Sports Block, Marlies Rohmer Architects & Urbanists © Daria Scagliola

Public Use

SPORTS BLOCK WITH EXCEPTIONAL DESIGN

Violenstraat, Groningen, is a fine-grained city street which is now the site of an eye-catching Sports Block.
Street view, Viikinmäki Community Centre, Arkkitehdit Frondelius Keppo Salmenperä © Mika Huisman

Public Use

SHINING WHITE BRICK MEETS ROCK SURFACE

Viikinmäki Community Centre is standing on a rising hill, bend- ing in several directions and reaching into the rocky terrain.
Exterior, Supermarkt Oldenburg © Jens Krüger, neun grad architektur

Public Use

ROUND TILED FAÇADES? UNMISTAKEABLE DESIGN!

Thanks to the tiled façade and its three round layouts, the new supermarket in Oldenburg, Germany, has become an unmistakeable part of the town.
Exterior, New building of an ensemble with 70 flats, Matthieu Gelin, David Lafon © Filip Dujardin

Multi-Family

CLEAR STRUCTURES AGAINST DREARY SOCIAL BUILDINGS

How can cost-effectiveness and quality of life be combined into social buildings without looking dreary?
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