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EXTERNAL ENVELOPE


A private Grade II listed manor house in east Kent used hand-made bricks for a large extension including an indoor swimming pool


yellow brick combined with a dark grey mortar – add an individual touch to a traditional design.


Translating trends to projects


The versatile application of bricks has been demonstrated in recent projects involving Imperial Bricks. The owners of Fatto, an


Italian restaurant in Bahrain, wanted to re-create the look of a weathered urban industrial building. They used 50,000 Urban Weathered brick slips externally and internally to achieve the desired effect. In contrast, a private Grade II listed manor house in east Kent used hand-made bricks for a large extension, including a kitchen, bathroom, indoor swimming pool and traditional walled garden area. A combina- tion of Reclamation Georgian and Country Blend bricks were used to blend the new building with the existing home. The Master’s House in Ledbury, Herefordshire is another illustration of how modern imperial-sized Country Blend bricks were used to repair and extend a listed building. During the Butler Hegarty Architects-led restoration, the fabric of the medieval building was restored in a way that matched the original brick walls. As a result of the refurbishment, the building was ‘rescued’ from English Heritage’s ‘Buildings at Risk’ register and won three prestigious RIBA Awards including West Midlands Building of the Year 2016.


Jason Hughes is managing director at Imperial Bricks


Melayway Glass Associates Ltd is a specialist structural glazing and contracting business, based in the Weybridge area. We specialise and focus our business on the design, supply and installation of a variety of bespoke glazed structures and solutions including:


•Bespoke frameless and minimalistic slimline glass sliding doors •Glass and Steelwork canopies, walkways and staircases •Structural glass facades •Specialist glass doors and acoustic windows •Bolted glass facades and roofs •Rooflights • Roofs with glass fin supports •Modular Steel Roofs utilising a ‘unique and patented’ offsite construction solution


•Bespoke internal architectural glazing


01932 355046 www.melaywayglassassociates.com


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