Waterstruck bricks are growing in popularity. They are used in a wide range of projects ranging from housing developments to large scale commercial schemes.
Their unique character offers outstanding versatility which means they can create beautiful buildings in both modern and traditional styles.
Girdwood Community Hub is the first peg in a 13.6-acre blank canvas of the former military barracks site. Surrounded by a perimeter defence line the site had become an interface between two opposing communities and two environments – the city and the countryside. Focusing on the geographical contrast, this 16-degree incidental angle between rugged hills […]
Conceived as three distinct, mono-pitched brick forms, this striking home takes in views of Belvoir Golf Course and the hills beyond. Choosing the perfect brick was crucial to doing these surroundings justice.
A family of self-builders from Belfast were looking to recapture the classic, comforting feel of their previous Victorian red brick home. The ambitious new build needed to appeal to multiple generations, as they’d all be living there together.
With Belfast’s new Metropolitan Arts Centre, the architect looked for materials that would reflect the city’s building heritage. In the Waterstruck range, they found colours and textures sympathetic to the development’s historic surroundings.