New bricks made of construction waste
To minimise the waste produced by the construction industry, more and more building materials are being made from secondary raw materials.
In a handicraft process, new and aesthetic bricks are created. With their variety of colours and textures a unique and innovative facade design is possible. Depending on their composition, different colors and textures are created, which are reflected in their names, like in the varieties Salt&Pepper, Blackpepper and Salami.
They meet all industry standards and can be used indoors and outdoors.
In the experimental residential unit UMAR in the NEST building in Dübendorf, Switzerland, the bricks were used to build up a rotating wall without mortar: nest-umar.net
Find more information at StoneCycling.
Photo gallery by Bernd Seeland, Faculty of Architecture, KIT Karlsruhe