Roman Brick for Kings Lynn Innovation Centre

Roman Brick for Kings Lynn Innovation Centre

Lignacite’s Roman Brick in dark grey was chosen for the the new £6m medical facility located at the Milton Keynes University Hospital campus.

The brick brings a perfect contrast to the white render at Kings Lynn Innovation Centre due to the contemporary feel it brings to the palette of materials.

Two apparent forms lightly separated by a glass atrium created the desired concept of the building, cratfted to recognise the coming together of the university and the NHS trust in one facility. To reinforce this effect, the Roman Brick was evident not only externally but partially internally as well.

The joints are recessed accentuating the linear feel of the brick and great care was taken by Lignacite when installing them. The colour, texture and pin sharp arises were appreciated by the clients, as was the fact the corners can be formed at virtually any angle.

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