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BA2019 Shortlisted

 

 

 

 

Projects specifiying Ketley Brick have achieved  5 shortlistings in this years prestigious Brick Awards.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Bridgnorth Station   shortlisted in Best Refurbishment

Staffordshire blue multi bricks and spcials at Bridgnorth Station

A range of Ketley products were used to construct this new station building at Severn Valley Railway's Bridgnorth Station by Oxford Architects.  Located within the Bridgnorth Conservation Area, this new building has been designed in the style of a typical Great Western Railway building from 1910.  Ketley blue multi bricks and specials were used to achieve the colour variation that would have been seen in this type of brick at the turn of the century.  Ketley quarry tiles have been laid inside throughout adding warmth character and authenticity to the spaces.   See Case Study>>

160 Old Street  shortlisted in best commercial building

160 Old Street London

An uninspiring 1970's former Royal Mail building was reclad with brick and glass by Orm architects and transformed into contemporary office space.  The project uses Staffordshire blue bricks and specials.

Hawley Wharf Shortlisted in urban regeneration, specialist brickwork contractor and craftmanship categories

Brown brindle bricks and Staffordshire blue diamond chequer pavers at Camdens new Hawley Wharf

Ketley's Brown brindle bricks and Staffordshire blue diamond chequer pavers were specified by Allford Hall Monaghan Morris in this new scheme of new builds and refurbishments in the heart of Camden Town.

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"It has taken us a while to find a brick that looks good and can deal with exposure on all surfaces," Friedrich Ludewig, director of award winning Acme Architects who used Ketley Staffordshire red bricks for the Victoria Gate Arcade in Leeds.