4x12 Atelier / USE Studio

Gallery of 4x12 Atelier / USE Studio - 8

Our New Material of the Month: BRICK! Brick is versatile and is thriving in contemporary Architecture!

Casa Tabique / TAC Taller de Arquitectura Contextual

Casa Tabique / TAC Taller de Arquitectura Contextual

Brick bearing wall with an unconventional way of creating door openings at Casa Tabique in La Paz by TAC Taller de Arquitectura Contextual.

Casa Tabique / TAC Taller de Arquitectura Contextual

Casa Tabique / TAC Taller de Arquitectura Contextual

Brick bearing wall with an unconventional way of creating door openings at Casa Tabique in La Paz by TAC Taller de Arquitectura Contextual.

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Pope John Paul II Hall / Randić & Turato

Pixelated brick skin exterior, Pope John Paul II Hall in Rijeka, Croatia, by Randić-Turato Architects.

External wall detail from the South Asian Human Rights Documentation Centre in New Delhi by Anagram Architects which took second prize. There are 50 entries for the 2012 Wienerberger Brick Award which will be presented in Vienna in early May

Looking like a Jenga stack on steroids, this beautiful brick facade shields the South Asian Human Rights Documentation Centre in India, doing double duty as a solar screen and noise buffer

(SHAPE AND PATTERN)   ]"Humble" ventilation blocks. Beautiful pattern. Photographer unknown. via arktetonix

Ark Texture #020

"Casting Architecture" - Relooks the Humble Ventilation Block in Tropical Design Handmade tiles can be colour coordianated and customized re. shape, texture, pattern, etc. by ceramic design studios

Dude Cigar Bar by Studiomake  --  Twisted bricks create openings in the walls of a speakeasy-style bar in Bangkok, allowing passers-by a sneaky glimpse inside.

Dude Cigar Bar by Studiomake Twisted bricks create openings in the walls of a speakeasy-style bar in Bangkok, allowing passers-by a sneaky glimpse inside.

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Hagemeister clinker in streamlining Association brings Swing the Utrecht Jazz Quarter

Scarpa Marble.    A wall in the courtyard of the Museo di Castelvecchio is clad in patterns of pink Verona marble by architect Carlo Scarpa.

A wall in the courtyard of the Museo di Castelvecchio is clad in patterns of pink Verona marble by architect Carlo Scarpa. Scarpa's sketch for this cladding is available online.

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Galería de Casa San Juan / C3 Arquitectos - 2

In the heart of San Juan Cosala, in the "Rivera de Chapala,” the Casa San Juan finds itself between imposing mountains to the north and the relaxing Lake Cha.

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