Hagemeister presents variety of bricks

Whether Nordic rustic, extremely slender or vibrantly mixed – the new Hagemeister bricks attest to true individuality and combine traditional craftsmanship with advanced production technology. Exciting mixed bricks and bricks in new colours, sizes and surface structures transport the character of traditional brick culture into contemporary architecture.
Nordic soul
In a harmony created by clear-cut lines, strength and elegance, the “Farsund HS” bricks in light grey and white shades exude a rustic Nordic charm. The hand-struck finish with irregular edges combines the haptic feel and look of original craftsmanship. Subtle accents typical of the coal firing lend the brick individuality and strength of expression.  
Strong horizontals
An exciting addition has been made to Hagemeister’s family of architectural bricks with an especially slender module format. The elongated version of the coal-fired “Lübeck” and “Manchester” bricks is oriented to the elegant appearance of ancient Roman brick tiles. With a height of just 40 mm, the brick gives the facade a finely structured appearance. The horizontal effect of the long, thin module format ideally underlines the architecture of cubic, long buildings.  
Vibrant mixed bricks
Strong mixed bricks produce a vibrant interplay of colours, surfaces and structures in facades, giving buildings a unique appearance. The “Willkomm Höft” project is a contrast-rich composition of different brick firings with colour transitions from light beige shades through grey shades to light bronze brown. The surface structures vary from regular bricks to backward-laid bricks. The vibrant mixed bricks can be optimally combined with calm, planar facade materials.  
Hall A3, Stand 312
Hagemeister GmbH & Co. KG


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