Imperial marches on

Imperial marches on
Imperial Bricks’ Weathered Original Scotch Common and Original Giscol Common bricks are ideal, sustainable alternatives to reclaimed bricks for RMI and new build. The Original Giscol Common is a rough-cast, wirecut brick with a ‘burnt’ appearance that features coal spotting, natural banding and colour variation – characteristics of the traditional manufacturing methods. Imperial’s Weathered Original Scotch Common is slighter smoother and has less coal spotting. It features a unique ‘dual-faced’ design, where each brick has one tonally weathered face and header, and the reverse side is left plain. Both bricks are available in a solid 73mm imperial size, with the Original Giscol Common also available in metric.

Imperial Weathered Original Scotch Common watermarked copy

About Fiona Russell-Horne

Group Managing Editor across the BMJ portfolio.

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