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Issue #22

IN TREND: TERCA WATER-STRUCK LIMELINE BRICKS

Renovation

Warm, earthy colours such as beige, grey and brown are the trend for urban residential buildings. They enable lively architecture with a wide range of design options and are also durable and require little maintenance. With the LimeLine water-struck bricks in five different colours, from beige-white to volcanic grey, Wienerberger has successfully responded to impulses from the market.
terca water struck limeline bricks Wienerberger
terca water struck limeline bricks Wienerberger facade
terca water struck limeline bricks Wienerberger
terca water struck limeline bricks Wienerberger

IN TREND: TERCA WATER-STRUCK LIMELINE BRICKS

Renovation

Warm, earthy colours such as beige, grey and brown are the trend for urban residential buildings. They enable lively architecture with a wide range of design options and are also durable and require little maintenance. With the LimeLine water-struck bricks in five different colours, from beige-white to volcanic grey, Wienerberger has successfully responded to impulses from the market.

During the production of water-struck bricks, the clay is pressed through turntable presses and water is used as the separating medium. This produces the typical streaked design with roughened areas, which give each brick a unique character.

Due to the use of water as a lubricant in the manufacturing process, each brick has a unique colour and Surface.

 

terca water struck limeline bricks Wienerberger facade

Façade

Terca Limeline – Germany