Jespersund HS

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Front face configuration

Front face configuration Front face configuration (FFC) only uses the front faces of the clinker bricks. This gives the façade a calmer and more uniform appearance than that of mixed face configuration (MFC).

Mixed face configuration

Mixed face configuration Mixed face configuration (MFC) uses both the front and reverse faces of the clinker bricks. This gives the façade a more vibrant appearance than when only the front faces are used. Given that mixed face configuration allows two brick slips to be obtained from one clinker brick, mixed face configuration is more attractive in terms of pricing.

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Jespersund HS
Format DF - Thin format (240x115x52 mm)
Availability Basic range
Brick bond Random bond
Material requirement ca. 64 Unit/m²
Pallet content 544 Units per pallet

The foundation of beauty.
Combined.

 

The effect of clinker bricks therefore always depends on other decisions regarding the joint, windows, etc.
We asked architects and colour experts for their opinions on harmonious arrangements and have presented these in the material collages below. Discover attractive combinations and choose your favourite look for your building.

Our colour experts
Christian Brandstädter

Christian Brandstädter creates colour concepts for architecture. In his “ArchitekturFarbe” office, he has been advising architects and building owners on how to design their building skins for more than 25 years. In his work for Hagemeister, Brandstädter has created harmonious colour concepts for our most sought-after clinker brick models. You can find out more about Christian Brandstädter and his work (in German) at www.architekturfarbe.com