The new format of the Margate and Sydney clinkers
One of the most popular bricks in our offer, MARGATE and SYDNEY, are now available in the new, long XLDF format (365 x 115 x 52 mm). Using them on a facade will make the building's structure modern and unique, whereas in interiors they are going to constitute an original accent magically changing the space, making it more spacious.
Currently, customers most often choose models with a unique external face pattern, in shades of gray. Therefore, to meet the expectations of investors and designers, we have expanded the offer of the MARGATE and SYDNEY clinkers. Now, in addition to the classic NF format and elongated LDF, they are available in an even more elongated version, i.e. XLDF (365 x 115 x 52 mm). The offer also includes new MARGATE PEXLDF and SYDNEY PEXLDF clinker tiles, with dimensions of 365 x 14 x 52 mm. A wall made of clinker in this format gains a completely surprising design. It fits perfectly with modern architectural projects. An interesting solution consists also in combining the formats available in our offer, meaning traditional and elongated. Thanks to this, it is possible to create a unique clinker surface with exceptional decorative qualities. Clinker constitutes an excellent choice not only because of its aesthetic value, but also great technical parameters. It is characterized primarily by high resistance to the adverse effects of weather conditions.
The MARGATE clinker creates a spectacular effect on the facade. That is because the base of the brick is dark, covered with two shades of gray. The texture of the brick is also unique. It is formed by irregular scratches and cavities. This makes each element of the wall look different, which in turn has an impact on the manner in which the colour is perceived. The colour varies depending on the way the wall is lighted. Sometimes it is intensely gray, while at other times it seems downright white. Whereas, SYDNEY is a clinker with an unusual texture. The cavities and "scratches" against the intriguing external face with an anthracite colour make each brick unique. The silver shadings give it additional elegance. This is a proposition for all aficionados of saturated, strong colours, and non-standard shapes. Due to its aesthetic values, Sydney fits perfectly with contemporary architecture, next to materials such as metal and glass, on facades decorating minimalist, geometric structures, or in monochromatic interiors.