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Stratum, Australia

When creating this Australian residence, Joe Adsett Architects combine wooden lamella with extra-long format Ultima bricks to form a minimalistic impression with straight lines, inspiring patterns and inspiring nooks.

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Project:
Stratum
Architect:
Joe Adsett Architects
Product(s):
RT 154 Ultima
Location:
Australia

Risskov, Denmark

Nestled in the front row with a stunning view of Aarhus Bay, this villa in Risskov boasts a distinctive exterior featuring gray Ultima linear bricks framing large windows adorned with bright wooden panels. Facing the water, sections of the facade are recessed, creating a covered terrace and lending a dynamic quality to the architecture. The cedar wood panels impart a warm, natural ambiance to the house, expected to develop a silvery-gray patina over time.

Inside, glass partitions embrace expansive vistas, seamlessly connecting the interior with picturesque surroundings. A raw concrete wall contrasts with sleek white walls and warm wooden floors, adding character to the interior design.

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Project:
Risskov
Architect:
Krabbe Vang Arkitekter
Product(s):
RT 152 Ultima
Location:
Århus, Denmark

Danish Crown, Denmark

Danish Crown har et mål om at være klimaneutral i 2050, og det nye hovedkontor er et skridt i den retning. 

Facaden er opført med specialudviklede GREENER mursten, der har et markant lavere CO2-aftryk takket være brugen af biogas og vindkraft. Med over 225.000 mursten er der opnået en CO2-besparelse på over 110.000 kg.
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Project:
Danish Crown
Architect:
Cebra A/S, Arkitekter Maa
Product(s):
RT 103 Bologna
Location:
Randers, Denmark
Contractor:
Raundahl & Moesby A/S

Calgary, Canada

With its location in the woods, the dark-tinted quality materials and a floor plan that sparks curiosity, this Canadian villa is a home out of the ordinary. The Ultima RT 161 plays a distinguished part in the project. The waterstruck black and brown nuances with warm bronzed highlights are the perfect complement to the surrounding nature as well as the simple and elegant interior design.

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Project:
Calgary
Architect:
Dejong Design and Associates
Product(s):
RT 161 Ultima
Location:
Calgary, Canada
Contractor:
Waterford Homes Inc

Villa Oss, Netherlands

Minimalistic elegance meets contrasting combinations in this breathtaking home in Holland. In a symphony of grey nuances, the extra-long Ultima-bricks extend the voluminous villa, while the many large windows make for the perfect view of the green surroundings that embrace the exclusive and extraordinary Villa Oss.

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Project:
Villa Oss
Architect:
Grosfeld Bekkers van der Velde Architecten
Product(s):
RT 153 Ultima
Location:
Oss, Netherlands

Aarhus Universitet, Denmark

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Project:
Aarhus Universitet
Architect:
C.F. Møller
Product(s):
RT 207 Gul
RT 307HT Rød
Location:
Århus, Denmark
Contractor:
Dan Jord, Poul Pedersen og Buus

Bravida, Denmark

New Headquarters for Bravida Danmark A/S on the outskirts of Brabrand, Aarhus V. The project consists of an administration building of 5,400 m² on 2 floors with offices, meeting rooms and canteen plus a basement for service rooms and archives as well as an independent warehouse.

Technical delivery: Brick slats for sunshade, brick lintels, brackets and glued special stones.

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Project:
Bravida
Architect:
ERIK arkitekter A/S
Product(s):
RT 478 Lecco
Location:
Brabrand, Århus, Denmark
Contractor:
Enemærke & Petersen A/S
Sustainability rating:
DGNB Silver + DGNB Heart

Jægergårdsgade 90B, Denmark

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Project:
Jægergårdsgade 90B
Architect:
Dreyer Arkitekter
Product(s):
RT 478 Lecco
Location:
Århus, Denmark

Julius Bechgaards Vej, Denmark

The epitome of endless exploration is represented in this architectural project. Lots of hidden corners, numerous nuances, and distinguished details make you enthralled and curious. The extra-long Ultima bricks in a vertical format and calm grey colors, add a raw and coarse touch to the light-tinted piece of art.

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Project:
Julius Bechgaards Vej
Architect:
Wullum Pasgaard
Product(s):
RT 153 Ultima
Location:
Århus, Denmark

Camley Street, UK

In North West London, a significant and high-end apartment building contributes to the townscape. True to the hip surroundings, the building combines vertical and horizontal bonding of long format Ultima-bricks in numerous shades of grey. The result is a modern and magnificent piece of art. 

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Project:
Camley Street
Architect:
Hutchinson & Partners, KSR architects & interiors
Product(s):
RT 160 Ultima
Location:
London, UK

Kastanjehjørnet, Denmark

There is nothing minimalistic about this apartment building in Billund in Denmark. Located on the corner of a roundabout, the architectural piece of art works as a design element to the moving townscape.

Inspired by a chestnut, as the name indicates, daring dimensions makes every apartment stand out. The large sections of windows are placed strategically and ensuring privacy, and the dark frames in combination with the light brickwork contribute to the thought-out depth of the building.

The architect has chosen Unika RT 542 to frame the project. The sand-colored bricks are rich in details and nuances which gives the brickwork an exciting color play and room for endless reflection.

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Project:
Kastanjehjørnet
Architect:
BIG
Product(s):
RT 542 Apollon
Location:
Billund, Denmark

Casa Chillemi, Germany

Casa Chillemi towers about the neighbouring natural reserve. The private residence is a muted tale of natural elegancy with coarse exposed concrete and mellow sand-coloured waterstruck bricks in linear format. The perforated brickwork is the crowning stroke, leaving the visitors with a sophisticated expression of home.

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Project:
Casa Chillemi
Architect:
Forma Office
Product(s):
RT 154 Ultima
Location:
Karlsruhe, Germany

Haasdonk, Belgium

Surrounded by trees and flanked by a tempting pool, this home offers quite a welcome. A welcome that is supported by the pleasant minimalism radiated by the combination of glass, light concrete and muted brick colours.

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Project:
Haasdonk
Architect:
BAO architecten
Product(s):
RT 154 Ultima
Location:
Haasdonk, Belgium

Prinzenareal, Germany

This grey and white-scaled office building is not just an elegant piece in the townscape of Hannover. It is also DGNB gold-certified due to its sustainable qualities.

The certification is provided by Green Building Council Denmark and is based on the project’s environmental, financial, social and technical quality as well as quality of process.

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Project:
Prinzenareal
Architect:
Martienssen Architekten
Product(s):
RT 542 Apollon
Location:
Hannover, Germany
Sustainability rating:
DGNB Gold

Alfa Laval, Denmark

At an old shipyard site, a new office building has emerged. Not only are the architects’ references to modern ship decks remarkable, the building is also highly sustainable. 

The 5.969 m² building is Alfa Laval’s head office with a ground floor-car park and three floors of offices. We assisted the architect and executive contractor with technical development of retaining principles. We also supplied the project with black RT 548 bricks. 

The building is DGNB gold-certified due to its sustainable qualities. The certification is provided by Green Building Council Denmark and is based on the project’s environmental, financial, social and technical quality as well as quality of process.

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Project:
Alfa Laval
Architect:
PLH Arkitekter
Product(s):
RT 548 Hera
Location:
Aalborg, Denmark
Contractor:
Gråkjær A/S
Sustainability rating:
DGNB

Warwickshire, UK

In the home region of Shakespeare, this contemporary house has emerged. It is defined by significant clean lines – with two diverse split levels, remarkable windows and beautiful repetitive brickwork.

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Project:
Warwickshire
Architect:
Studio Spicer
Product(s):
RT 154 Ultima
Location:
Warwickshire, UK

Villa Maria, Sweden

This Swedish home with challenging shapes and straight lines is drawn towards the coast. So much it literally looks like the house is leaning towards the ocean.

From the street, the house is private with few windows, but from the garden – and the sea – the house opens op with great glass sections and a large terrace. The atrium in the centre of the villa provides a great natural inflow of light as well as small courtyard, that adds charm to the house.

A consistent element in the project is the RT 550 Kronos brick. It is a soft-moulded brick in shades of dim grey with a pinch of warm yellow. It picks up the surrounding’s play of colours and adds robustness to the house. The brickwork is also an important element in the indoor environment, where it sets the scene for a comfortable feeling of home.

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Project:
Villa Maria
Architect:
Tomas Wien Stringdahl
Product(s):
RT 550 Kronos Grådæmpet
Location:
Sweden

Casa Sand, Denmark

North of the charming Danish city Aarhus, a unique villa overlooks the bay. This contemporary gem is oriented towards the sea, not only in its location – but in every architectural decision.

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Project:
Casa Sand
Architect:
Christoffersen & Weiling Architects
Product(s):
RT 154 Ultima
Location:
Risskov, Denmark

Philipsbornstrasse, Germany

New ways of working require new spaces for work. In Hannover, a new building has arisen for this very purpose. The building itself invites to co-working and knowledge-sharing with the combination of its organic shape, the remarkable window selections and the heavy red and brown nuanced bricks.

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Project:
Philipsbornstrasse
Product(s):
RT 612 Industri
Location:
Hannover, Germany

Turbinehuset // DGNB, Denmark

In Central Copenhagen you’ll find the office building Turbinehuset - nicely fitted into the neighborhood, with a restaurant and supermarket at street level. 

The building is DGNB gold-certified and thus sustainable on many levels. The façade features red Rustica bricks and beautiful details with tombac covering at the window sections. The turbine house was conceived and designed by Danielsen Architecture in collaboration with Tetris, as a durable and well-thought-out office building - but is also in many ways a modern and flexible building.

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Project:
Turbinehuset // DGNB
Architect:
Danielsen Architecture A / S
Product(s):
RT 445 Rød/brun Patina
Location:
Copenhagen, Denmark
Contractor:
Einar Kornerup A / S
Sustainability rating:
DGNB Gold

Klostermarken, Denmark

At the turn of a lush roundabout in an attractive neighbourhood, a businessman bought a large detached plot of land to fulfil a childhood dream: To create a world of his own in the woods. The vision for the project was to create as much discretion and privacy as possible without comprising the desire for a bright home with open and translucent rooms filled with daylight.

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Project:
Klostermarken
Architect:
Arkitekthuset Vodskov
Product(s):
RT 154 Ultima
Location:
Aalborg, Denmark

Villa F, Germany

This stunning two-story German villa has fine horizontal lines with comforting overhangs made with dark Ultima-bricks. The floor plan extend the dining and relaxation areas outside sheltered from the element. Upstairs the everlasting summer nights can be enjoyed with a rustic backdrop of soft-moulded long format bricks. Combined with at lush flowering garden this villa has an inviting warm feel to it.

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Project:
Villa F
Architect:
Heinz Schumacher GmbH
Product(s):
RT 150 Ultima
Location:
Lower Saxony, Germany

The Compton Residential Building, UK

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.

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Project:
The Compton Residential Building
Architect:
Simon Bowden Architects
Product(s):
RT 153 Ultima
Location:
London, UK

Madkulturens Hus, Denmark

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.

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Project:
Madkulturens Hus
Architect:
Cobe
Product(s):
RT 154 Ultima
RT 554 Eos
Location:
Frederiksberg, Denmark

Fyrstikkalleen // BREEAM, Norway

This award-winning design consists of three sculptural office buildings, that forms a cohesive architectural complex with the shared philosophy to maximize light. At ground level a communal entrance with reception and cafeteria welcomes users with a huge wide-open space, while crisscrossing transparent bridges connect each of the three office blocks.

The significant angled corners of each block create a harmonic sense of invitation, that ensures full outsight for occupants and the maximum intake of daylight. Fyrstikkalleen is built with a focus on sustainable design and materials that meet energy class A specifications. The project has achieved a BREEAM excellent rating. Another focus area is allowing for flexibility – in order to accomodate evolving trends in office layout. The importance of communication, collaboration and random social encounters are important themes here.

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Project:
Fyrstikkalleen // BREEAM
Architect:
Kristin Jarmund Architects
Product(s):
RT 554 Eos
Location:
Oslo, Norway
Contractor:
Vedal Entreprenør
Sustainability rating:
BREEAM excellent

Woning Bokmolenstraat, Belgium

This grey two-story Belgian pearl concedes elegantly with panoramic views of the surrounding meadows. Drawing us in with it’s tempting south-faced swimming pool, this house has some wonderful brickwork details that align with the windows and provide comforting sunblock on both floors. This neat detail also throws a subtle and intended shade along the gray long format bricks.

From the driveway we get a glimpse of the crystal blue waters and are welcomed by a significant matte black front door. The black lamellas create an intriguing effect, that contrasts nicely to the light-tinted brickwork and sandy grit.

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Project:
Woning Bokmolenstraat
Architect:
Unknown
Product(s):
RT 156 Ultima
Location:
Waasmunster, Belgium

Villa Hamburg, Germany

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.

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Project:
Villa Hamburg
Architect:
SKAI Siemer Kramer Architekten Ing.
Product(s):
RT 151 Ultima
Location:
Hamburg, Germany

Institute for Biomedicine at Aarhus University, Denmark

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.

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Project:
Institute for Biomedicine at Aarhus University
Architect:
Cubo
Product(s):
RT 209 Gul
Location:
Aarhus, Denmark

Villa Berlin, Germany

These private residences in Berlin have an elegant way of inviting you in. From the green and gray brick-sectioned courtyard to the iconic curved breeze blocks, that sculp the masterpiece for this remarkable façade. The graceful arch of Ultima bricks creates a truly dramatic expression. Vertical black windows accompanied by gray concrete ribbons give the brickwork an edge of elegance. A superb display of genuine German craftsmanship.

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Project:
Villa Berlin
Architect:
A53 — GESELLSCHAFT VON ARCHITEKTEN
Product(s):
RT 154 Ultima
Location:
Berlin, Germany

Villa Groot, Belgium

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.

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Project:
Villa Groot
Architect:
Lemaire & Longeval
Product(s):
RT 153 Ultima
Location:
Groot-Bijgaarden, Belgium

Bygdøynesveien, Norway

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.

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Project:
Bygdøynesveien
Architect:
Reiulf Ramstad architects
Product(s):
RT 162 Ultima
Location:
Norway

Eufemia // BREEAM, Norway

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.

The Eufemia project has achieved a BREEAM-NOR EXCELLENT sustainability rating.

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Project:
Eufemia // BREEAM
Architect:
A-Lab architects
Product(s):
RT 155 Ultima
Location:
Oslo, Norway
Sustainability rating:
BREEAM-NOR EXCELLENT

Basaren, Sweden

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.

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Project:
Basaren
Architect:
Wingårdhs architects
Product(s):
RT 542 Apollon
Location:
Stockholm, Sweden
Sustainability rating:
Miljöbyggnad nivå silver

Anne Frank Strasse, Germany

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.  

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Project:
Anne Frank Strasse
Architect:
Unknown
Product(s):
RT 154 Ultima
Location:
Hamburg, Germany

Music school, Austria

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.

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Project:
Music school
Architect:
Fink Thurnher architects
Product(s):
RT 154 Ultima
Location:
Wolfurt, Austria

Bismarckallee, Germany

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. 

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Project:
Bismarckallee
Architect:
Mißfeldt Kraß Architekten
Product(s):
RT 152 Ultima
Location:
Bad Segeberg, Germany

Randers Tegl HQ, Denmark

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.

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Project:
Randers Tegl HQ
Architect:
CUBO architects
Product(s):
RT 550 Kronos Grådæmpet
RT 151 Ultima
RT 547 Helios
RT 159 Ultima
Location:
Hammershøj, Denmark

Hoffsveien, Norway

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.

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Project:
Hoffsveien
Architect:
AART/SJ architects
Product(s):
RT 153 Ultima
Location:
Oslo, Norway

Bernstorffsgade, Denmark

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.

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Project:
Bernstorffsgade
Architect:
Kjaer & Richter A/S
Product(s):
RT 547 Helios
Location:
Aalborg, Denmark

Fredrikstad office, Norway

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.

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Project:
Fredrikstad office
Architect:
Griff architects
Product(s):
RT 157 Ultima
Location:
Fredrikstad, Norway

Villa Stuttgart, Germany

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.

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Project:
Villa Stuttgart
Architect:
Fischer architects
Product(s):
RT 154 Ultima
Location:
Stuttgart, Germany

Villa Meise, Belgium

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.

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Project:
Villa Meise
Architect:
UAU Collectiv architects
Product(s):
RT 154 Ultima
Location:
Antwerp, Belgium

Mosevænget, Denmark

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.

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Project:
Mosevænget
Architect:
Friis & Moltke architects
Product(s):
RT 150 Ultima
Location:
Randers, Denmark

Wohnhaus Tietze, Germany

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.

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Project:
Wohnhaus Tietze
Architect:
Nentwig.Notbohm architects
Product(s):
RT 154 Ultima
Location:
Altona, Germany

Villa Peer, Belgium

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.

 

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Project:
Villa Peer
Architect:
UAU Collectiv architects
Product(s):
RT 156 Ultima
Location:
Peer, Belgium

Volgograd, Russia

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.

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Project:
Volgograd
Architect:
Unknown
Product(s):
RT 438 Monza
Location:
Volgograd, Russia

Apartments, Denmark

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.

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Project:
Apartments
Architect:
Ideal architects
Product(s):
RT 159 Ultima
Location:
Aalborg, Denmark

Harbour Park, Denmark

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.

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Project:
Harbour Park
Architect:
Danielsen Architecture
Product(s):
RT 515 Rokoko Blådæmpet
RT 445 Rød/brun Patina
RT 453 Barok
Location:
Copenhagen, Denmark

DEG42, Norway

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.

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Project:
DEG42
Architect:
A-lab architects
Product(s):
RT 445 Rød/brun Patina
Location:
Oslo, Norway

The leaning tower, Denmark

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.

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Project:
The leaning tower
Architect:
Bjørk & Maigård Architects
Product(s):
RT 483 Gammelrød
Location:
Aalborg, Denmark

Apartments, Norway

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.

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Project:
Apartments
Architect:
HRTB Arkitekter AS
Product(s):
RT 547 Helios
Location:
Bekkestua, Norway

Drengsrudbekken // BREEAM, Norway

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.

This project has a BREEAM-NOR EXCELLENT sustainability rating.

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Project:
Drengsrudbekken // BREEAM
Architect:
Arkitekterne as
Product(s):
RT 546 Attika
Location:
Drengsrudbekken, Norway
Sustainability rating:
BREEAM-NOR EXCELLENT

Terbankstraat, Belgium

This Belgian villa is a bold statement of white vibes, that truly embodies the concept of a million shades of white. Armed with Ultima bricks in full white, the architect has created relaxing spaces below brick overhangs, luxurious blends of black and white and brick flooring.

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Project:
Terbankstraat
Architect:
Unknown
Product(s):
RT 162 Ultima
Location:
Boechout, Belgium

Karlsruhe Haus, Germany

When it comes to exploit every inch of space to create atmosphere and feel, this private German residence has something very special. Being bold with bricks can create special enjoyable spaces. This is no exception.

Inspired by the long format’s possibilities to work with vertical alignment and the use of space, the architect has created a circular edged wall that welcomes you at the front door. Organized neatly with the brick flooring this waterstruck Ultima gives a sense of serenity and calm throughout the house.

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Karlsruhe Haus
Architect:
Architekturbüro Ruser + Partner MBB
Product(s):
RT 154 Ultima
Location:
Karlsruhe, Germany

Solvay Rue de Ransbeek, Belgium

This apartment complex in Brussels has a modernistic ring to it. When massively upscaling Unika Apollon’s soft waterstruck surfaces with gray-white color play, the brickwork’s snowy elegance creates a strong contrast to the black metallic window frames and floating balconies. The unique surface structure gives the finished construction a distinct and dynamic façade, rich in variations.

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Project:
Solvay Rue de Ransbeek
Architect:
Unknown
Product(s):
RT 542 Apollon
Location:
Brussels, Belgium

Roeakollen, Norway

A-Lab Architects was given with the opportunity to transform this former industrial area of Oslo into a new attractive residential area, that takes advantage of the beautiful natural surroundings. With close proximity to Mærradalen, the north-faces sloped terrain carves through the open courtyard. By designing the apartments with light coming from two sides, the recreative spaces thrives with light.

Every apartment bathe in an abundance of light with the plan layout and spacious balconies. The combination of minimalistic black steel with subtle and dark brick façade with elegant suspended brick-patterns, scales down the block’s volume and creates a sense of unity. Finally, the residence top is crowned with a huge shared roof terrace with spectacular views.

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Project:
Roeakollen
Architect:
A-Lab
Product(s):
RT 531 Colosseum
Location:
Oslo, Norway

Kapellen, Belgium

By combining an open ground plan with floor-to-ceiling windows and flowering green walls, this Belgian complex combines business and residence with urban leisure. Separated floor plans create balconies and a nice variation between black wood sections and bright bricks. Here, the Ultima RT 154 creates a delightful contrast to the deep blacks.

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Project:
Kapellen
Architect:
Unknown
Product(s):
RT 154 Ultima
Location:
Belgium

Wilrijk Jules Moretuslei, Belgium

These harmonic apartments are located in the Wilrijk-district of Antwerpen. By combining Unika Helios’ gloomy flare with golden metallic frames for windows and balconies, the façade resonates with warmth and white-gold-elegance. The water struck brick’s yellow softness, white engobe and varying coal burns create a fine rhythm to the brickwork. Subtracted windows in brick frames and subtracted mortars add delicate touch too.

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Project:
Wilrijk Jules Moretuslei
Architect:
Unknown
Product(s):
RT 547 Helios
Location:
Antwerp, Belgium

Villa Höllviken, Sweden

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.

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Project:
Villa Höllviken
Product(s):
RT 156 Ultima
Location:
Höllviken, Sweden

Campus Kungliga Tekniska Högskolan (KTH), Sweden

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.

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Project:
Campus Kungliga Tekniska Högskolan (KTH)
Architect:
Sandell Sandberg
Product(s):
RT 548 Hera
Location:
Stockholm, Sweden

Nycander, Sweden

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.

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Project:
Nycander
Architect:
Arkitektingenjörerna
Product(s):
RT 473 Como
Location:
Täby, Sweden

Flerbostad Falsterbo, Sweden

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.

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Project:
Flerbostad Falsterbo
Architect:
Krook & Tjäder
Product(s):
RT 547 Helios
Location:
Falsterbo, Sweden

Rosenhäll, Sweden

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.

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Project:
Rosenhäll
Architect:
Winell & Jern Arkitekter
Product(s):
RT 554 Eos
Location:
Linköping, Sweden

Munktellstaden, Sweden

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.

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Project:
Munktellstaden
Architect:
Hidemark & Stintzing Arkitekter
Product(s):
RT 475 Bari
RT 575 Fusion
RT 571 Fusion
Location:
Eskilstuna, Sweden
Sustainability rating:
Miljöbyggnad nivå silver

Bävern, Sweden

Once an architect has dreamt about a vision, there’s endless possibilities to what brick facades can be. Here the keyword was framing. The bright red colours, the details in the masonry and technical brick lintels solutions show an excellent art of architecture.

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Project:
Bävern
Architect:
Arkitektlaget
Product(s):
RT 571 Fusion
Location:
Trelleborg, Sweden

Staffanstorps Gästis, Sweden

RT 158 Ultima. Staffanstorp, Sweden

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Project:
Staffanstorps Gästis
Architect:
Kamikaze Arkitekter
Product(s):
RT 158 Ultima
Location:
Staffanstorp, Sweden

Kv. Draken, Sweden

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Project:
Kv. Draken
Architect:
Fojab Arkitekter
Product(s):
RT 475 Bari
Location:
Malmö, Sweden
Contractor:
Murpoolen

Meerbusch, Germany

At first sight, the facade of this white gem in Germany may look simple. But no detail is coincidental, and bold choices are the result of an exclusive and extraordinary expression that stands out in the residential area.

The format is dimensional which adds depth to the overall impression. The bonding is characteristic, while large sections of windows in different formats, vertical and horizontal, unite indoors and outdoors.

Ultima RT 154 comprises a significant element. The light-tinted white color makes room for every other beautiful and thought-out detail and is just like a symbol of the overall impression of the house; pure, clean, and timeless

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Project:
Meerbusch
Architect:
Lücker Beckmann Architekten
Product(s):
RT 154 Ultima
Location:
Germany

Slemdalsvingen, Norway

Numerous shapes of white, straight lines and bold bonding are characteristics of this remarkable home in Oslo. The architectural choices radiate serenity and prove that cubism does not have to be boring.

The amazing view over the residential area and water on the horizon is utilized by large sections of windows that invite nature inside.

A significant detail in the project is the variation of bonds. A combination of vertical and horizontal bonds offers a special welcome to the home and adds a distinguished expression making the overall impression unique and not to underestimate.

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Project:
Slemdalsvingen
Architect:
R21 ARKITEKTER
Product(s):
RT 162 Ultima
Location:
Oslo, Norway
Contractor:
Bærum Murmesterforretning AS

Kvarteret Magne, Sweden

I den snabbt växande stadsdelen Hyllie i Malmö har två nya flerbostadshus rest sig och gett liv åt kvarteret Magne. Byggnaderna omfattar 105 lägenheter om 1-5 rok med en sammanlagd boendearea på drygt 9000 m2. Här förenas designens elegans med ett fokus på funktionella och välbefinnande boenden.

Målsättningen bakom Kvarteret Magne har varit tydlig - att skapa bostäder med många rum på få kvadratmetrar. Lägenheterna är genomtänkta och framhåller små treor och fyror i en atmosfär av ljus och rymd. Med ett tidigare överskott av ettor i området har fokus riktats mot att ge invånarna möjligheten till rymligare boenden och därmed skapa en mer varierad och levande stadsdel.

Förutom de 105 lägenheterna inkluderar projektet även 3 kommersiella lokaler samt en gemensamhetslokal som rymmer 50–60 personer, komplett med ett rymligt kök, ateljé och en tillhörande uteplats. Denna gemensamhetslokal stärker känslan av samhörighet och är en fin tillgång till alla MKB-hyresgäster som bor i stadsdelen.

Kvarteret pryds av en generös tegelfasad som lockar betraktarens öga. Tre olika tegelfärger bryter av och delar in fasaden, vilket ger en varierad visuell upplevelse.

Runt entréerna till de nya bostadshusen möts besökarna av mönstermurningar och mönsterlagd marksten, något som skapar en inbjudande atmosfär och en känsla av välkomnande och det lilla extra för de boende.

Arkitekten Per Bondeson, som har varit en drivande kraft bakom projektet, delar sin insikt om skapandet av Kvarteret Magne. För honom är teglet ett naturligt material och valet att inkludera tre olika färger visar på intentionen att ge variation och samtidigt behålla en sammanhållen estetik.

En central tanke bakom Kvarteret har varit att ge de boende förutsättningar att skapa sina egna hem. ”Vi vill göra det så bra som möjligt så att de som bor där kan gå från att det är en bostad till att det blir ett hem. Vi kan inte bygga hem, vi kan bara ge förutsättningar för människor att skapa hem”, säger Per Bondeson.

För lägenheterna med sämre läge till väderstreck har man använt vinkelställda burspårk och generösa balkonger för att ge goda förutsättningar till utblick och eftermiddagssol. ”En medveten gestaltning”, säger Per.

I slutändan handlar det om att försöka ge goda möjligheter till att folk ska trivas. Försöka hitta kvalitén i vardagen. Kvarteret Magne i Hyllie representerar inte bara ett nytillskott till Malmös växande stadsdel utan ett koncept av varierade och genomtänkta bostäder där gemenskap och individuella behov står i fokus.

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Project:
Kvarteret Magne
Architect:
PE Teknik och Arkitektur
Product(s):
RT 475 Bari
RT 473 Como
RT 532 Villanova
Location:
Malmö, Sweden
Contractor:
Stabile

Kvarteret Virknålen, Sweden

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Project:
Kvarteret Virknålen
Architect:
Panorama Architects
Product(s):
RT 476 Umbra
RT 474 Torino
RT 434 Lava reducerede
Location:
Malmö, Sweden
Contractor:
Malmö Mur & Puts

P-huset Ejler Billes Allé , Denmark

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Project:
P-huset Ejler Billes Allé
Architect:
AI Arkitekter
Product(s):
RT 438 Monza
Location:
Køpenhavn, Denmark
Contractor:
Claus Kuistgaard

AC Meyers Vænge, Denmark

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Project:
AC Meyers Vænge
Architect:
Entasis arkitekter
Product(s):
RT 307RF Rød
Location:
Køpenhavn, Denmark
Contractor:
Enemærke & Petersen

Kay Fiskers plads, Denmark

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Project:
Kay Fiskers plads
Architect:
Vilhelm Lauritzen Arkitekter
Product(s):
RT 547 Helios
Location:
Køpenhavn, Denmark
Contractor:
Murermester J. Ole Pedersen A/S ( JOP )

Allerød, Denmark

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Project:
Allerød
Product(s):
RT 531 Colosseum
Location:
Køpenhavn, Denmark
Contractor:
Murermester J. Ole Pedersen A/S ( JOP )

Lilledal, Denmark

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Project:
Lilledal
Architect:
Årstiderne Arkitekter
Product(s):
RT 573 Fusion
Location:
Allerød , Denmark

Bella 22, Denmark

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Project:
Bella 22
Architect:
C.F Møller arkitekter
Product(s):
RT 473 Como
RT 548 Hera
RT 417 Mocca
RT 307RF Rød
RT 534 Parma
RT 476 Umbra
Location:
Køpenhavn, Denmark

Rolighedsvej, Denmark

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Project:
Rolighedsvej
Architect:
AI Arkitekter
Product(s):
RT 572 Fusion
Location:
Køpenhavn, Denmark
Contractor:
MNP Niels Poulsen

CF Moeller Alle, Denmark

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Project:
CF Moeller Alle
Architect:
Holscher Nordberg
Product(s):
RT 529 Lombardia
RT 445 Rød/brun Patina
Location:
Køpenhavn, Denmark

Parkkvarteret & Tårnhusende , Denmark

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Project:
Parkkvarteret & Tårnhusende
Architect:
Holscher Nordberg
Product(s):
RT 434 Lava reducerede
RT 473 Como
RT 474 Torino
RT 548 Hera
RT 522 Alexandria
Location:
Køpenhavn, Denmark

CIS Copenhagen International School, Denmark

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Project:
CIS Copenhagen International School
Architect:
C.F Møller Arkitekter
Product(s):
RT 546 Attika
Location:
Køpenhavn, Denmark

Humlehuset Carlsberg , Denmark

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Project:
Humlehuset Carlsberg
Product(s):
RT 548 Hera
Location:
Køpenhavn, Denmark

Fælledhusende, Denmark

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Project:
Fælledhusende
Product(s):
RT 499 Valencia
RT 434 Lava reducerede
RT 436 Kirketegl
Location:
Køpenhavn, Denmark

KPH 2, Denmark

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Project:
KPH 2
Product(s):
RT 571 Fusion
Location:
Køpenhavn, Denmark

Kubehusene, Denmark

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Project:
Kubehusene
Architect:
Adept arkitekter
Product(s):
RT 425 Miletegl
RT 476 Umbra
RT 531 Colosseum
Location:
Køpenhavn, Denmark

Købkes Hus, Denmark

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Project:
Købkes Hus
Architect:
AK83 Arkitekter
Product(s):
RT 534 Parma
Location:
Køpenhavn, Denmark

Vestre Teglgade, Denmark

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Project:
Vestre Teglgade
Product(s):
RT 481 Rød nuanceret
Location:
Køpenhavn, Denmark

Pladehallen, Denmark

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Project:
Pladehallen
Architect:
Lantz Arkitekter
Product(s):
RT 571 Fusion
Location:
Køpenhavn, Denmark

Marmormolen, Denmark

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Project:
Marmormolen
Architect:
Vilhelm Lauritzen Arkitekter
Product(s):
RT 601 Sort rustik
RT 473 Como
Location:
Køpenhavn, Denmark

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