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Here you will find some interesting case studies of projects using Wienerberger products.
In 2015, Wienerberger was involved in a project to re-roof Sidlaw House in Stamford Hill, the first of ten social housing re-roof projects to be completed before 2017 in the North London area. Now completed, the modernised roof, which is an impressive 90 metres in length, will cover over 1,200 meters squared.
Wienerberger - the leading provider of wall, roof and landscaping innovations – has provided bricks and roof tiles to an award winning housing development in Cambridge – Barratt Homes Eastern Counties’ Trumpington Meadows.
An independent residential mental health facility, which houses 16 residents with long-term mental health illnesses, has recently been completed in South Wales. To ensure the facility complemented the local area, OMI Architects specified Wienerberger's Anglesey Weathered Buff for its worn appearance and colour.
Following the construction of a new development of residential properties to the south-east of Corby, a school has been constructed to provide places for 210 local pupils whilst providing facilities for a nursery with capacity for 26 children.
Built in the semi-rural outskirts of Maidenhead - Tovara, a detached villa set comfortably within the Green Belt, has been designed by CSK Architects with contemporary aesthetics and ease of maintenance in mind.
After receiving a brief to design the new Criminal Justice Centre in Northampton, architects from Archial Group had a taxing project ahead of them to create a structure that served a dual purpose of flexible working space and shortterm penal facility.
The Sherbourne residences at the University of Warwick represented a challenge of both function and style. While the former was of paramount importance in the design, the material choices – and particularly the use of the Wienerberger Classic Blue & Chartham Multi Brick – were absolutely crucial to the latter.
The award-winning Gee Street project in Clerkenwell, London showcases both the eye-catching aesthetic and also innovative qualities of bricks – and how this humble material can transform an urban environment into the realm of the outstanding. So much so that this building won the highly-prized ‘Best Commercial Building’ and ‘Innovative Use of Brick and Clay products’ awards at the 2013 Brick Development Association (BDA) Awards.
Showcasing intricate brickwork, the new Carmelite Monastery in Liverpool boasts ethereal qualities on the outside as well as inside, giving the building an eye-catching, elegant and modern appearance rarely associated with monasteries.
A regional landmark, Oast Houses have been a part of England’s history for hundreds of years. Housebuilder, Hillreed Residential Developments installed Sandtoft’s Alban clay plain tile to retain its original character and charm.