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Tall roofless brick structure, cityscape behind, white border, BRICK 22 Outstanding International Brick Architecture in black font to top left.

Brick 22

Outstanding International Brick Architecture

Edited by Wienerberger AG


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  • Presents the winning designs of the international Brick Award 22, chosen by a top-class international jury of architects
  • Features 50 outstanding achievements in contemporary brick architecture
  • All projects are richly illustrated with atmospheric images and plans
  • Five topical essays by renowned international authors and architects
Full Description

From hand-made brick to high-tech product: building with blocks of fired clay today draws from a heritage of nine millennia and remains innovative, sustainable, and highly appreciated for its manifold applications.

Since 2004, Wienerberger, the world’s largest manufacturer of bricks and other clay building materials, biennially presents the international Brick Award as a scene for outstanding achievements in brick architecture. The 2022 edition of this master class saw 789 submissions from 53 countries, that were reviewed by an international jury of experts. This book features the 50 nominees and the 5 winning designs, which are located in Africa, Asia, Europe, and Central America. All projects are presented in texts and richly illustrated with atmospheric images, site and floor plans, views, elevations and sections. Five topical essays by international authors, discussing the winning buildings in a wider context, round out this celebration of contemporary brick architecture.

About the Author

Wienerberger AG, established in Vienna in 1819, is today the world’s largest manufacturer of bricks and other clay building materials.

Park Books
1st Sep 2022
World excluding Austria, Germany, Switzerland, Puerto Rico, United States, Canada, and Japan
305 mm x 245 mm
288 Pages
300 color, 100 b&w
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