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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...

 

Triangle Brick Company Launches Food Truck Series

Brick Manufacturing Company Announces A Monthly Food Truck Series At Corporate Headquarters in Durham, NC

 

(Durham, N.C. – May 5, 2017) – Triangle Brick Company (TBC) is embarking on a monthly food truck series.The food truck series’ events will take place at TBC’s corporate headquarters located at 6523 NC HWY 55, Durham, NC, 27713. Once a month, Triangle Brick will host a local food truck during lunch time, from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. The food truck series event is open to the public....

Sherwin-William's May Color of the Month

Cut the Mustard SW 6384

by: Allison Hayes, designer

 

Sherwin-Williams’ Color of the Month for May is Cut the Mustard...

Brick Universe

Lego Expo 

By: Allison Hayes, designer

 

On Saturday, April 8, we had the treat of attending the Brick Universe Lego Expo at the Raleigh Convention Center. 

The show consisted of several Lego displays in all shapes and sizes created by many talented artists. From skyscrapers to historical reenactments this was a one of a kind show! One of the largest displays was the USS Missouri, a large US Navy Iowa-class battleship (see below for image). 

The Architectural display was very interesting because it...

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