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Fisher Court Project Applauded by PGH Bricks


PGH Bricks have selected our Fisher Court Altona project for its exemplary
use of brickwork.

Working with architects Tophat & Mayfair the stylistic aim of the project was to blend a sense of industrial fabrication with a contemporary residential aesthetic.

This is largely achieved by presenting two matching cubes of brickwork to the street front, each constructed in striking orange-red bricks, chosen for their bold and earthy colour, clean lines and smooth-face texture. Each cube is further emphasised by a large street-facing picture window framed with deep black window shrouds.

To reflect the contemporary and industrial feel of the design the project called for absolute precision in the construction, working closely with the architects to push the boundaries of contemporary townhouse design.

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