Clinker

rhythmises façade

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Rhythm is not only important in music, but also in architecture. Through texture, format, bond and joint, the building material clinker can shape a façade. For example, in the case of a residential and commercial building in Münster, where a specially developed profiled clinker brick rhythmised the façade beyond the joint and turned the building into a new landmark in Münster’s Geistviertel.

This and seven other projects in which architects created special rhythms through the interplay of different coloured clinker assortments, the use of special shaped bricks or the use of special masonry bonds are presented in this TOPOBJEKT 38.

The projects of this edition

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All Top Object Editions

at a glance

Whether residential quarters, administrative complexes, city centres, parks, research centres, school buildings, hospitals, sacred buildings or individual residential buildings – here in our TOPOBJEKT archives you will find lots of inspiring architecture with Hagemeister clinker at a glance.

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