for nice places
Building with historic bricks gives your house a soul and an exclusive, contemporary style. The strength of these reclaimed bricks resides in the fact that they gain in character and value as the years pass. We reclaim bricks very carefully when dismantling entire buildings in order to re-use them in new or renovated buildings. Moreover, we do the environment a favour in the process. This way of working is also known as ‘circular construction’. It means that we throw away as few materials as possible after the demolition of a building and that we re-use them appropriately afterwards.
With our years of knowledge and experience, we have decided to bake our own bricks the way they did 200 years ago. These bricks are custom-made for your project.
Dates from the first half of the 20th century and is reclaimed in houses from that period. This brick gives your façade a beautiful colour palette close to that of the Paepe brick.
The secret of the superior quality and authentic character of the Klamp brick? Before they are baked in the traditional kiln, they are dried for one year.
During the Middle Ages, this hand-moulded brick was baked by monks in a kiln known as a paepe-oven. You can find the red and the blue varieties at Franck.
Field kiln brick
This is a typical product of the Scheldt and Dender valleys from the 1920s. This brick is baked in field ovens, which are becoming increasingly scarce.
In the fifteenth century, many buildings were built in this unique brick. This quality brick was very popular in Brussels for the construction of churches and palaces. One of a kind!
This reclaimed brick had a colourful and recognisable style. It gives your house a clean look.
Glazed facing bricks
Glazed bricks are hot & trending. From entire glazed façades to smaller surfaces, the possibilities are endless. Thanks to our experience, we can make this product to suit your project perfectly, in various sizes, styles and colours.