Brick is a building material with a lifespan of 1,000 years. However, its useful life is limited by demolition and downcycling to construction waste. With their circular system, Hagemeister & Drystack enable simple, damage-free and unmixed dismantling of the brick façade.The circular brick façade
Humans and animals:
- door to door
Our clinker bricks are not only used to create living environments for humans.
Here you can find all you need to know about species protection and how one of our employees has created a brand-new product.
- the colours of Scandinavia
Take one look at our Nordbrand clinker bricks and you will instantly picture beaches, dunes, beautiful patterns drawn in the sand by the wind and the rocky cliff foothills extending out into the fjord.
These bricks are truly reminiscent of the naturalness and freshness of a Nordic coastal landscape.
- the art of joining
Be it in a huge architectural masterpiece or a residential building, bricks offer fantastic design potential, not only in terms of the stone, its colour and its texture but also with regard to the masonry skills involved.Our photo gallery
From a wooden model
to customised clinker bricks
To give his building its own special character, the architect Andres Heupel developed an extra-special stone in cooperation with the Nottuln-based clinker brick manufacturer Hagemeister.
“With its horizontal profile measuring approx. 2.5 x 2.5 cm, the stone was designed to create a rhythmic façade that goes beyond the joints. Our aim was to use a relief with a special elaborate design to give the building envelope its own sophisticated and individual touch. Such a solution can usually only be achieved by using staggered narrow formats, the processing of which is expensive in comparison,” explains Heupel. Andreas Heupel therefore took to the drawing board to design a new product approach, initially as a wooden prototype, which he then brought to us, entrusting us with the further development of his innovative idea.