"Architecture begins when two bricks are carefully put together." - Ludwig Mies van der Rohe

Despite his preference for clear structures, this old master of architecture was a great admirer of the manual craft of masonry. With this, the planned freedom to create a building opens up the opportunity to apply ornamentation and texture to the exterior framework of the building. In addition to the various bonding options, many designs can be applied to a wall using crosswise layers, stretched or rolled courses. Facades with reliefs are formed when individual clinkers are left out, pushed in or pulled out from the coursing.

Be inspired by our photographic file “WerkWand“.

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