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Lignacite’s Roman Brick for University of Buckingham

Lignacite’s Roman Brick for University of Buckingham

Lignacite’s Roman Blocks were chosen for the elevations of the £8m University of Buckingham’s Academic Centre, situated at the Milton Keynes University Hospital.

Lignacite’s Roman Bricks are available in a range of colours, textures and finishes, offering a
contemporary and flexible module for architects and designers.

The Roman Brick is either cut from our standard size block, or formed in a special block machine mould, we can therefore offer this format in all of our colours and texture combinations to create a large variety of different effects. Polished and Planished finishes allow crisp, clean lines, whilst splitting or shot blasting the product creates a softer more weathered appearance.

As with all Lignacite products, Roman Bricks are manufactured from a range of different aggregates and incorporate a high percentage of recycled materials such as shell, glass and mother of pearl.

The Roman Brick has many benefits:
• One hand lift
• Double the length of a standard brick
• Reduces labour time due to the dynamic size
• Contemporary alternative to standard brick and block
• Compliments materials such as glazing and wood

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For over 70 years Lignacite have been supplying the housing and construction market with a sustainable block range containing high levels of recycled material, producing dense, medium, lightweight blocks.

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