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Choose better, choose clay brick.

If you think you knew clay bricks, then maybe it’s time to think again. This most sustainable of building materials has come a long way since its Roman origins. Available in an exciting array of shades and textural forms, there is no limit to clay bricks’ use in creating buildings that are spectacular in design and stand the test of time. It’s why clay brick is the essential building material for today’s societal and environmental needs: it’s strong, weather and fire-resistant, locally-sourced, non-polluting and offers hundreds of years of use.

A traditional material that has shaped our world for centuries, the time is now for the building industry to fully recognise clay brick’s significance to creating a safer, smart, more sustainable built environment for future generations to enjoy.

Better with Brick

Case studies

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Borough Yards, London

Located next to the historic Borough Market on the banks of the River Thames in the heart of Central London, the recently completed Borough Yards development of new retail streets, cultural galleries and commercial office space is urbane and welcoming.


Brick Arch House, London

This project comprised a full remodel, refurbishment & extension of a four storey Victorian Townhouse, situated in the in Sotheby Conservation Area, one of Islington’s 41 specially protected neighbourhoods.


Chelsea Barracks Phase 3a

Described as 'London's most coveted neighbourhood' the Chelsea Barracks scheme sets the standard for luxury living in the capital and is some of the most expensive real estate on earth.