Wednesday, September 26, 2012

These are Also Red Bricks. -Vermont-

The exterior brick has a Waterstruck texture.

Is it named this because there are signs that look like the brick has absorbed water, or that jets of water has made this texture?
Either way, even a flat surface type of brick can bring out this antique impression.
This brick (Modular) is a little smaller than the MAX size we usually use. It's 7-5/8'' long and 2-1/4'' high.

There are as many as 10 small holes to put a rebar through it, but this may make it difficult for a thick rebar we use to get entangled with the mortar tightly.

In that respect, this Hanson brick doesn't seem to be suited for Japan.

But this colour which looks like having some dark brown has a more sophisticated atmosphere than a usual red brick, wouldn't you say?

A picture of the brick's building looks bright as it gets sunlight, and the change of colour also gives a very good effect.
They are indeed genuine Canadian laid bricks, aren't they?

Because Brick is Simple, the House is So Beautiful. -Madere-

These are orthodox red bricks. These bricks seem to be everywhere, but how will they look when they are piled up into a large wall?
As I wrote before, Hanson Brick conspicuously has a real presence that no other companies' bricks can have regarding size and texture.

Bricks from Toronto, which has a brick-cladding history, is manufactured bearing in mind how they'll look when laid together.

How do you feel about the house whose exterior is decorated with this brick?

The contrast is exquisite: white with shades of ivory in the garage, window and the eaves of the roof, dark brown in the garage door, black roof and red wall.

Also, because there's a difference of altitude on the floor between a residence area and a garage area, the house shows a rhythmical exterior, too.

The rhythms of regularly laid bricks to this rhythm are harmonious.

The design of Canadian bricklaid houses are wonderful, but we at HOME MADE alone import this brick into Japan.

That's exactly why this design can be realized by HOME MADE even in Japan.

High-grade Hanson Brick having both low moisture absorption efficiency and firmness because the bricks are baked hard.

Something can be built of only costly brick.


Tuesday, September 25, 2012

An Asian Vanity Room In the City

The vanity room is on an upper floor and affords a fine view.

On this side, the design of a bathtub matching the vanity is in view.

The vanity at the back by the window gives an Asian atmosphere by using a cabinet made of slabs of an Oregon pine and a thick beige counter.

Don't you think it has become a peaceful and sophisticated design you can find in a cool room in the corner of New York?

Bringing a straight figure into Asian simplicity has adopted an urban element well.

Its use of colour, using only 3 colours such as beige, brown and dark brown has also brought about the stylishness.
It's the work that you only get from a professional coordinator.