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CAFOD, London

CAFOD’s new headquarters has been designed to be an exemplar of sustainable workplace design. It achieves an excellent BREEAM rating through the integration of innovative building techniques and technologies.

Squirrels Leap, Hampshire

To help fully transform an aging property into a Georgian-inspired dwelling, the Smeed Dean London Stock brick was used to complement the architectural vernacular of nearby Romsey. The brick acts as a focal point and a “book-end” to the Straight Mile by contrasting with the traditional multi red stock brick.

The Newhall Project, Essex

Smeed Dean London Stock With 84 units, the Newhall housing development is a diverse community that features apartments, villas, courtyard houses and terraced houses. What connects them together is a consistent aesthetic created by the Smeed Dean London Stock.

SARC, Belfast

Smeed Dean Islington Yellow Rustica The Smeed Dean Islington Yellow Rustica was used for this innovative project with a sensitive purpose. The warmth of colour from the bricks contribute to the natural feel of the building, and helps fulfill the designers vision for a safe, secure and private environment which respects the experience of the […]

One Tower Bridge, London

Smeed Dean London Stock Wienerberger’s Smeed Dean London Stock brick was the ideal choice for this luxury housing development near the iconic Tower of London. The brick complements the architectural character and signature brick that makes London landmarks – like the Tower of London and Buckingham Palace – what they are. The development includes 400 […]

Duke of York HQ, London

Smeed Dean London Stock The Smeed Dean London stock was used for the award-winning restoration of this 19th century Grade II listed building, which houses the prestigious Saatchi Gallery. The brick was chosen for its colour, texture and authenticity which complements the original brick work.