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Jefferson Park

Undeniable sophistication and style

 

Triangle Brick’s Jefferson Park is from our Southwest Collection.  While both smooth and tumbled, this brick is rich and sophisticated. With tones ranging from rich chocolate browns, cream and warm gold, the Jefferson Park easily pairs with neutrals and anything in between.

 

 

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2017 AIA Housing Awards

The Lofts at Washington University | St. Louis, MO

 

The winner of the 2017 AIA Housing Awards in the Specialized Housing category is The Lofts at Washington University in St. Louis Missouri.

This beautiful mixed –use building was designed by...

2017 AIA Housing Award Winner

Powerhouse | Philadelphia, PA

 

The 2017 AIA Housing Awards in the Multifamily Housing category winner is Powerhouse, a multifamily housing building located in Philadelphia, PA. This gorgeous construction was designed by Interface Studio Architects.

We love the combination of brick, wood, glass, and metal on this building. This variety of exterior cladding gives a warm, rustic look all while providing a modern and sleek...

Townsend

Inspired by the adobe-style of architecture

by: Allison Hayes, designer

 

This week we wanted to feature our Townsend brick, from the Southwest Collection. Inspired by adobe-style architecture, this brick is rich in texture and color. Shades of reds, warm browns, light apricot, creamy whites and hints of charcoal compose this brick beautifully. Townsend is a great option to pair with a variety of exterior colors, making this perfect for your next building project.

Below is a color palette that compliments the Townsend...

2017 AIA Institute Honor Award Winner in Architecture

St. Ann’s Warehouse | Brooklyn, NY

 

In a recent epidemic, renovating seasoned industrial locations are the new trend.

The 2017 AIA Institute Honor Award in Architecture was recently won by a location called St. Ann’s Warehouse in Brooklyn, NY. The 24,000 sq. ft. building is more than deserving of the award.

We are very excited to see the St. Ann’s Warehouse coming back to life and repurposed for mixed use. The iconic building, located under the famous Brooklyn Bridge landmark, is nearly...

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