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THAT’S WHY WE LOVE BRICK – ARCHITECTS EXPLAIN THEIR CHOICES

Brick Award

Contemporary architecture calls for contemporary building materials. Bricks, tiles, and clay blocks have always moved with the times. They are, and always have been, innovative and technologically advanced. The role of the architect is key – they are the link between the dreams of the individual client and the needs of the industry.
glazed red roof tiles detail view Cité des Electriciens Bruay-la-Bussière
© Armel Istin
Terca Magistrada Wienerberger facade brick
Jury of the Wienerberger Brick Award 2018
Jonathan Sergison, Marc Mimram, Anne Kaestle, Stephan Ferenczy & Vladimir Arsene
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Jury of the Wienerberger Brick Award 2018
Jonathan Sergison, Marc Mimram, Anne Kaestle, Stephan Ferenczy & Vladimir Arsene

THAT’S WHY WE LOVE BRICK – ARCHITECTS EXPLAIN THEIR CHOICES

Brick Award

Contemporary architecture calls for contemporary building materials. Bricks, tiles, and clay blocks have always moved with the times. They are, and always have been, innovative and technologically advanced. The role of the architect is key – they are the link between the dreams of the individual client and the needs of the industry.

For many architects developing unique projects, choosing the material is simple: it has to be brick. The renowned architects on the jury of the Wienerberger Brick Award 18 are no exception – watch the videos below to find out why they love ceramic materials:

 

Jonathan Sergison, Sergison Bates architects, United Kingdom

Marc Mimram, Marc Mimram Architecture, France

Stephan Ferenczy, BEHF Corporate Architects, Austria

Vladimir Arsene, Westfourth Architecture, Romania