Location: London, UK
Architect: Simon Bowden Architects
Location: Frederiksberg, Denmark
Location: Aarhus, Denmark
Location: Hammershøj, Denmark
Architect: CUBO architects
Location: Bad Segeberg, Germany
Architect: Mißfeldt Kraß Architekten
Location: Hamburg, Germany
Architect: SKAI Siemer Kramer Architekten Ing.
Location: Altona, Germany
Architect: Nentwig.Notbohm architects
Location: Copenhagen, Denmark
Architect: Danielsen Architecture
Location: Aalborg, Denmark
Architect: Bjørk & Maigård Architects
Location: Stockholm, Sweden
Architect: Sandell Sandberg
The Compton Residence is a ten-store residential building in a London suburb. The project is strongly influenced by Art Deco-style, and its soft curves, geometric patterns and an amazing façade of cast aluminium come together to create a prestigious feel.
Residents and visitors of the building are welcomed by a stoic masonry with a generous canopy. The ground floor is clad in RT 153 – a detail that provides a robust and beautiful base for the prestigious and detailed building.
Each of the 49 apartments is planned to make the most of the views allowed by the curved bays, that is also the signature of the building. The bays are adorned with an imprinted leaf pattern – an Art Deco-style reference to the neighbouring Regents Park.
This project is a prime example of the fine line between respect for tradition and necessary innovation. In a historic part of the old Danish capital, five townhouses accommodate apartments, shops, a culture house as well as a state-of-the-art subway station – and it harmonises with the historic neighbourhood.
The centre of the project is a courtyard surrounded by five townhouses. Each house has a unique bond and technique, but all masonry is based on RT 154 and RT 554. The use of identical bricks provides a common thread across the five townhouses. As such, they are alike but unique.
The size and position of windows in the 30 apartments of the project imitate its neighbouring buildings. In the same way, the finish is inspired by the many towers on the boulevard, that was initially inspired by Paris’ Champs Elysee.
The new Institute for Biomedicine at Aarhus University lends its traditional surroundings a touch of contemporary architecture while fitting into the old university park, where all buildings are yellow bricked.
The gable is allowed by a transparent bond of RT 207 bricks, a special Carlsberg Bjælker system for support and traditional brick consoles. From the outside, it is a tale of beautiful simplicity – on the inside, the bond lets great minds work with a view.
The building is adjusted to its surroundings – especially due to the yellow bricks and the traditional roof. At the same time, the two displaced wings and perforated end walls add a contemporary and rewarding touch to the historical epicentre for education.
Settled in the background, this Belgian villa doesn’t reveal much, but the rolling meadows and a broad driveway invite you to have a closer look. The layout surrounds a beautiful fig-planted courtyard with two-story floor-to-roof windows that reflect on the sizable swimming pool.
Secluded completely from the outside, this tempting poolside has the perfect waterstruck backdrop with Ultima’s raw and coarse touch. Ultima RT 153 with a retracted mortar really gives the long format the limelight on this exclusive private residence.
These exclusive Norwegian apartments resides beautifully in a 16-acre English-style park, that gives the Bygdøy-area its attractive feel. Ultima Full White and tinted brick mortar give the facades a calm and homogeneous feel.
Smoked linear facing bricks on a massive office building in the heart of Oslo. Designed by A-Lab Architects the new Eufemia office building is the latest addition of impressive office buildings, located between Barcode and the Medieval Park.
Located in the heart of Stockholm. Basaren is a masterpiece of both architecture and engineering, where two oval forms resonate through the entire design and construction of these exclusive city apartments. This building is particular unique because of its façade of transparent masonry, which is made possible by the Carlsberg-system. The devil is in the detail, and this is no exception; each brick used for the transparent part of the brickwork has two extruded holes that matches the shape of the two towered-building. This requires extra structural support in wall elements, lintels and beams – but in turn provides a quiet synergy and gives the building a light and airy feel.
The vision behind the new headquarters at Hammershøj is called Supersize Bricks and covers the architect’s visual expression.
The administration building consists of four 'stacked bricks'. To make these stones habitable, they are scaled by a factor of 92. The proportions of the stones have been preserved so that the expression at a distance will have clear references to the format of a Danish brick – now only at 21x10x5 meters. The same expression is repeated on the production buildings, which simultaneously act as exhibition walls and demonstration of mortar types and curves.
This architect-designed villa is located in the exclusive residential district of Blankenese in Hamburg. The former fishing and pilot village west of the city stretches along the banks of the Elbe. Referred to as “The Pearl of The Elbe”, this neighbourhood has a Mediterranean feel with scenic paths, winding stairs and a dense population of mansion dotted between lush greens. The villa itself is blessed with high-detailed masonry and open panoramic views. The RT 154 Ultima expresses warmth with its sand-coloured diversity. Brick by brick.
The new music school and library in Wolfurt, Austria fits into this existing ensemble of school, kindergarten, clubhouse, municipal office and hotel. The brass façade, faced towards the street, plays elegantly with the building's other material choices. Twelve striking, wide-framed square windows mark the music classes behind it.
The project on the old skating ridge in Aalborg is located on the border between the old residential quarter with masonry villas from the 1920s along Bernstorffsgade and the Øgade district's 4-5-story long-houses from 1940-50s. The houses facing Bernstorffsgade are laid out as separate villas with their own carport, roof terrace and outdoor living spaces. In selected locations, relief masonry, along with balconies and window sections provide a facade variety and a human scale.
Situated in an evergreen and lush German forest, this education centre is built in major blocks with overhangs that provide both shade and recreational space. Panoramic views of the natural sourroudings create a supreme learning facility.
A bold villa with a dramatic black façade is hiding in the surburbs of Hamburg. Blessed with a secluded rooftop terrace and swirling panoramic floor-to-ceiling windows for views of the back garden, makes this villa a true hidden gem. Photos by courtesy of Herrn Carsten Brügmann.
This architect designed Danish villa combines a Californian vibe with a clever layout and composition of materials. A customized Ultima-brick was crafted exclusively for this project: The RT 161. The gloomy bricks with bronze strokes add both calm and elegance to the building's base. Inviting the bricks inside contrasts the wooden floors, the floating staircase and white surfaces.
This flexible and modern office building integrates one of Oslo’s main shopping districts into its purpose. The transparent ground floor is framed by an Ultima-brick facade with ceiling-high window sections of varying widths that add life and dynamism to the facade.
By the waterfront in Frederikstad an abundance of details bursts from this large office building. Exclusive masonry in red-brown Ultima long-format brick both outside and indoors creates a stunning overall expression. From top floor one can enjoy 360-degree panoramic views of the city.
Hidden in the sloped landscape near Stuttgart is a villa with Mediterranean feel. Amongst olive trees and bougainvilleas is a stress-free zone by the pool. The outdoor area is framed by the warm and light-tinted sandy feel from the brick walls.
This Belgian juvel is a myriad of open courtyards with breathtaking facades. The muted brick colors combined with a changeable surface creates a distinctive expression from this Villa in Antwerp, Belgium.
Far away from the everyday hustle, this high-end contemporary gem is hidden away in the woods. Featuring RT 150 Ultima Linear Bricks in vivid black.
This distinctive and bright German residence dwells peacefully in between greens. Special emphasis was placed on sustainability and a high quality of construction, which is implemented with precision and architectural love to the last detail.
When laying bricks vertically, magic occurs. In a mix of evergreens and gray, huge panorama views make this Belgian villa one of a kind. Here Ultima RT 156 is acting an important part in the bricked gables and overhangs and thus creating a notable contrast in the overall expression of the house.
This masterpiece of masonry is something quite out of the ordinary. Swirling waves of bricks swell through the entire structure’s façade, creating a drawing three-dimensional expression. The details are further emphasized by the varying color scheme featured in the soft-molded Prima-series.
This elegant apartment complex in central Aalborg, Denmark adds a hint of sunshine with its yellow shades that oozes of a natural and comforting atmosphere. The raw brick patterns create soothing backdrops from the private stone terraces and balconies.
97 owner-occupied flats in Harbour Park, Copenhagen, Denmark. The architecture of the block has classical roots. Owing to its well-defined shape, the block has a recreational courtyard area offering optimum conditions for light and shelter from the wind. The large scale of the building is broken down into smaller elements by means of a variety of façade materials and changes in elevation from 4 to 6 stories.
Behold Queen Eufemias Gate 42 (DEG42). An office building at Oslo’s waterfront that stands out with the very strong suspended meeting rooms in tile, which is overhang on the east façade with unique view through floor-to-ceiling windows. Along with New York-inspired fire escape that winds outside on the east, meeting rooms along the façade creates the unconventional a unique sculptural and dramatic look.
The tile façade is done in full height, ie. all weight is brought down to the foundation. The displaced window positions result in increased loads on the brick beams as the load is brought down to the foundation, and thus up to 17 shift high prefabricated tile beams are made to support the construction. The meeting boxes are suspended in a bearing steel structure with suspended bricklifts along the underside of the boxes. The thickness of the tile ceilings is just 35 mm. to achieve a minimalist expression.
Innovative property in Aalborg City center with a distinct sloping façade. Randers Tegl assisted the performing contractor in designing and planning expansion joints, as well as suspension principles and determination of the masonry course according to the placement of brick bellows. The design of the façade posed special requirements for the building's carrying capacity.
Capitalizing on the Unika brick’s expressive character, these exclusive apartments in Bekkestua, Norway have a special combination of materials. The warmth of the hardwood creates its own unique connection with the coal-burnt variation of bricks. Panoramic roof balconies open up to the light and spectacular views.
A giant curve characterizes this modern office building in Drengsrudbekken, Norway. Standing on columns the building’s masonry has an abundance of detail for a building of its size. Using different mortar colors creates a distinctive expression in collaboration with the bricks’ grey tones.
With only a few hundred meters to the wide, white sandy beaches and the west coast, and located in Northern Jutland in one of Denmark's most beautiful and best holiday areas, Strandhotellet Blokhus is an obvious choice as a bath hotel for romantic souls. The hotel was newly built in 2017 with respect to the Danish classic bath hotel traditions and decorated with tall wooden panels, light rooms and beautiful wallpaper. No detail has been spared, and you can tell by the exterior that the building’s level of detail and architecture creates references back in time.
At the corner of Øgadekvarteret in Aalborg, this property in Bornholmsgade got a big-scale make-over in accordance with Danish building traditions. 34 new dormers adorn this beautiful tiled red roof ridge made in the Danish roofing classic: Højslev's wing roof in a small Danish format.
A stone's throw from the fjord of Aalborg is a group of large apartments situated with great views. The building has been renovated with the RT 840 silk-matte roof tiles to match the existing design and preserve the building’s classic appearance.
A beautiful Funen beach side mansion has been given a detailed makeover with blue-damped wing roof tiles. Blessed with a Japanese-inspired garden the house overlooks one of the most beautiful straits in Denmark.
This unique location at Kolding Fjord calls for a very special house – and for a roof with character and flare. This completely renovated white mason with private pier and stunning views has been refurbished with glazed Laumans roof tiles. The roof is not only a good match for the house and its surroundings. The extra thick glaze, which creates the matte look, also provides a sturdy roof that is completely algae and dirt repellent and extravagantly looking.
Situated among pinetrees this Swedish villa resonates a sense of serenity combined with modern and functional living. The sunny terrace and turquoise pool create a California state of mind in the heart of Scandinavia. A perfect match for the grey tinted and coarsed bricks.
A modern campus building for the students where the special technique to apply the dark grey mortar gives an exciting expression. The glass roof accentuates the modernity.
This timeless look in the centre of Täby has a minimalistic and classy look. The building’s squared form and straight lines work fine with bright coloured bricks, that have a slight variation in the final masonry.
A lovely apartment house that dwells together in harmony with the surrounding greens and common gardens. Bright yellow brick colours, beautiful wooden details and roof gardens create an appealing and relaxing atmosphere.
Apartments in irregular blocks combined with great craftmanship masonry and a beautiful brick colour toning in cold and warm sandy colours. Dark window frames and the minimalistic balcony rails frame a beautiful and unpretentious courtyard.
Block of apartment building in three different brick colours with each its distinctive expression. Matching colours and exciting masonry in the façade make these city apartments blend in an architectural sense, despite the different colours.
Situated in the outskirt of the woods is this cosy gem of a villa melting into the greenery. White façade, wide welcoming porch and a classical red tile roof make this villa harmonic and lovely.
Among tree roses and green plantings, the roof tiles on this wooden villa gives that classical and cosy house-style known throughout Sweden. Only here the natural vibes mostly found in rural Sweden are in a suburb to Stockholm.
A grand residence in its magnificence with a well-held and beautiful surrounding garden. Blessed with many square meters this house sits majestic in the landscape. Of course, topped with a classic red tile roof.
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