Hampton Court, built in 1529 is one of the Stately Homes of England, and a palace of Henry VIII. In the late medieval period, bricks were brought from the Low Countries to East Anglia. They were luxury items, and not everyone could afford them. While bricks are the defining feature of Tudor houses, those who were not rich enough had to use plaster

Research undertaken by Adrian Bown from Leeds Metropolitan University of 860 homes found that brick structures can have a lifespan of 500 years or more. This research focussed on traditional low-...view more

Brick may not be the first thing that springs to mind when we talk about green building. But there are qualities that bricks possess that make them one of the greenest walling materials around....view more

THe Life Cycle Assessment Research study is officially signed and sealed by Nico Minie and Prof Karel Bakker with At Coetzee, Prof P Holm

On Friday 1st February 2013, ClayBrick.org and the University of Pretoria made history through the signing of the agreement to pursue the industry 'Life Cycle Assessment for Clay Brick Walling in...view more


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