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Randers Tegl, Hammershøj

Architect
CUBO Arkitekter A/S


City Hammershøj


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Randers Tegl, Hammershøj

Randers Tegl, Hammershøj 

Featuring a wide range of bricks the new Randers Tegl facilities serves as a full-scale showcase to demonstrate advanced solutions with brick walls. The projects includes a showroom and offices at ground floor and a drafting office on the second floor.

Architect: CUBO Arkitekter A/S
Contractor: C.C. Contractor
Brick Contractor: Rasmus Jakobsen A/S

Kontor Fredrikstad Norge

Architect
Griff Arkitektur


City Frederikstad Norge


RT 157

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Kontor Fredrikstad Norge

Fredrikstad, Norway

Large scale office building in reddish brown Ultima linear bricks. Exclusive details in masonry both inside and out.

Storgaten 5, Frederikstad
Fredriksborg Eiendom
Architect: Griff Arkitektur
Bricklayer: Lasse Holst

Villa Stuttgart Germany

Architect
Streitberg Architektur


City Stuttgart Germany


RT 154

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Villa Stuttgart Germany

Villa Stuttgart, Germany

Privat villa med facade i hvide facadesten.
RT 154 Ultima.

 

Volgograd, Russia

Architect


City Volgograd, Russia


RT 438

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Volgograd, Russia

 

Volgograd, Russia

Awsome details in this project from Russia. The masonry features RT 438 Prima Monza.

Music school Wolfurt

Architect
Fink Thurnher Architekten


City Wolfurt, Austria


RT 154

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Music school Wolfurt

Music school and library in Vorarlberg by Fink Thurnher

The new music school and library in Wolfurt (Austria) fits into this existing ensemble of school, kindergarten, clubhouse, municipal office and hotel. The twelve striking wide framed square windows mark the music classes behind it. The building is built in white RT 154 Ultima - linear bricks.

The building is designed by Fink Thurnher Architekten

Apartments Aalborg

Architect
Ideal Arkitekter


City Aalborg


RT 159

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Apartments Aalborg

Kong Hans Gade, Aalborg

Elegant apartment building in central Aalborg.

Built in RT 159 yellow Ultima linear bricks.

Project Finalized: 2017
Architect: Ideal Arkitekter
​Entrepreneur: Lars Pedersen & Søn A/S

Harbour Park

Architect
Danielsen Architecture


City Copenhagen


RT 515 + RT 445 + RT 453

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Harbour Park

97 owner-occupied flats in Harbour Park, where the development has been inspired by the location’s architectural heritage with its attractive robust brick facades at the broad wharf.
The architecture of the block has classical roots. Owing to its well-defined shape, the block has a regular courtyard area offering optimum conditions for light and shelter from the wind.
The large scale of the building is broken down into smaller elements by means of a variety of facade materials and changes in elevation from 4 to 6 storeys.

Blocks built in:
RT 445 Rustica Red/brown Patina "Hand-moulded"
RT 453 Rustica Red Barok "Hand-moulded"
RT 515 Rustica Rokoko Blackish blue "Hand-moulded"

Architect: Danielsen Architecture

Photographer: Erik Albertsen

Residentials Norway

Architect
HRTB Arkitekter AS


City Bekkestua


RT 547

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Residentials Norway

Adresse: Bekkestua, Norge
Arkitekt: HRTB Arkitekter AS
Entrepriseform: Totalentreprise
Byggherre: Ringstabekk AS

RT 547 Unika Helios soft-moulded

Artillerihaven

Architect
Mangor & Nagel


City København


RT 546

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Artillerihaven

Artillerihaven is part of the unique new residential area that will act as the gateway to Copenhagen from Islands Brygge.
The new terraced houses will enjoy a unique location facing onto Islands Brygge’s new harbour inlet and sandy beach. They are being constructed three-storeys high, with light and airiness being prioritised at all levels. Large window sections ensure a great inflow of light and give a sensation of the surroundings and the view being pulled into the rooms. The simple and timeless architecture ensures a Scandinavian mode of expression that matches the natural surroundings. The facades are executed in light-grey brick with an attractive interplay of shades, whilst bay windows on the first floor break up the surfaces and create variation in the facade. The roof is constructed as a green sedum roof.

Architect: Mangor & Nagel, Copenhagen

The facades are executed in RT 546 Unika Attika soft-moulded

Residential building

Architect
Arkitektfirmaet Frost Larsen A/S


City Odder


RT 542

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Residential building

Residential building with 24 terraced houses in a modern concept The buildings have ”flat” roofs and were built with light bricks and dark grey wood/aluminum façade elements.

The buildings blend naturally, in blocks with 2 or 3 units, into the hilly area. The storage rooms were decorated with battens and an underground sewerage system was built. The houses were built in the low energy class 2. 

Built in 2010 with RT 542 Unika Apollon.

Residential building

Architect
Arkitektfirmaet 78


City Nordborg


RT 522 + RT 540

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Residential building

The project was built in 2011 for the housing cooperative "Nordbog Andels-boligforening", in the heart of Nordborg in Denmark. The community imposes strict requirements on the new buildings, so that they blend aspect-wise into the existing buildings of the city. 

Therefore, it was built in a classical style.The buildings have been built according to the Danish building regulations as low energy class 1. 

For the façades we used  RT 522 Unika Alexandria and RT 540 Unika Pantheon.

DnB NOR headquarters

Architect
MVRDV, Rotterdam, i samarbejde med a-lab og Dark Arkitekter


City Oslo


RT 540

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DnB NOR headquarters

DnB NOR headquarters. Building A, Bjørvika.
Architects: MVRDV, Rotterdam, together with a-lab and Dark Arkitekter, Oslo.

DnB NOR's new premises in Oslo's Opern-Viertel consists of three buildings. The main building is completely made of brick and includes some unusual constructions. The main surface is 30 m wide and 105 m deep. The 17 storeys include 37,000 m2 of floor space. The building is composed of 6 x 6 metre modules, suspended inside in open spaces, on a couple of storeys. The inner walls consist of brick mufflers glued on the concrete walls, while the ceilings are made of pre-fabricated brick elements - the same as those that have built the front. The grey pavers on the outside balconies are also made as square pre-fabricated brick elements, while the bricks on hall areas are laid in the traditional way.

For this building, Randers Tegl supplied for the masonry 550,000 Unika Pantheon bricks in Norwegian rehab format, 226 x 85 x 60 mm, and 50,000 grey pavers, 202 x 100 x 52 mm, for the hall areas.

Carlsberg Bjælker used besides these 400,000 Unika Pantheon bricks in Norwegian rehab format, for the production of the 5,752 lfm pre-stressed brick beam, pre-fabricated window sills and 280,000 brick mufflers, as well as 1,400 m2 of pre-fabricated brick ceiling in 710 x 710 x 60-mm modules. Moreover, Carlsberg Bjælker used 60,000 plaster stones for the production of 1,100 m2 pre-fabricated surface elements for balconies, in 400 x 400 x 60-mm modules.

Client: Oslo S Utvikling AS
Project and site management: Vedal Projekt AS
Architects: MVRDV, Rotterdam, responsible for the building's design
The plans were realized together with a-lab, Oslo, and Dark Akitekter, Oslo.
Handover: 1.7. 2012.

Residences by the Hvide Hus Hotel

Architect
Arkitema


City Ebeltoft


RT 522

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Residences by the Hvide Hus Hotel

With modern materials and technology, ”Arkitema” interpreted and updated '20s functionalism.
It has white surfaces to contrast with darker brick windowpanes, glazing and terraces. 
The three rustic brick windowpanes contain chimneys, ventilation and other technical installations. 
The residential blocks lay on the hill by the Hvide Hus Hotel and have a sea view.

Built with RT 522 Unika Alexandria.

Business premises/Residences

Architect
Seier & Sølvsten


City Montanagade, Aarhus


RT 521 + RT 544 + RT 540

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Business premises/Residences

The urbanists in Aarhus requested that the façades of the new building, designed to fill the gap on the corner of Jægergårdsgade/Montanagade in Aarhus's inner city, should be in harmony with the architecture and colours of the historical town houses in the neighbourhood. 

In order to make maintenance easier, the new building was erected with polished masonry, and in order to harmonise the older city houses from a chromatic point of view, three different types of facing bricks were used:  RT 540 Unika Pantheon, RT 544 Unika Akropolis and RT 521 Unika Negro.

The building was begun in 2012 and was finished in 2013.

Marbækshave

Architect
JJW Arkitekter


City Frederikssund


RT 811 + RT 215

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Marbækshave

47 terraced and semi-detached houses made of yellow wall and roof bricks.
A light wooden part separates the wall optically and makes room for doors and windows.
The bricks are yellow water-struck bricks with play, and the wood, consisting of cladding and battens, has dark stripes. This gives the houses the warm appearance of a friendly home made of good traditional materials.

Built in 2007. The façade is covered in  RT 215 yellow water-struck brick with play and the roof is covered in RT 811 yellow Højslev hollow tiles in small Danish format.

Ryesgade

Architect
Lundhilds Tegnestue


City Horsens


RT 434

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Ryesgade

The architecture company ”Lundhilds Tegnestue” has proposed plans for the ”Dormea” housing cooperative, in order to build 44 residences on the grounds of a former school. The buildings are divided so that the occupants feel as though they are living in a closed inner court with green areas, where children can play safely.  

The buildings were erected between 2011 and 2012 and consist of two blocks with three storeys each, and one with two storeys. The entire area is 3.878 m2.

Façades made of RT 434 soft water-struck ”Lava” bricks were chosen for the whole project.  

Sluseholmen

Architect
Arkitema Architects


City København


RT 514 + RT 520 + RT 522

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Sluseholmen

In the new canal neighbourhood of ”Sluseholmen”, the industrial past has left its mark on the area. This was changed through simple and strong materials that reunite the area and create a contrast to the fabulous and varied architectural aspect.

The main theme is the proximity to water. This happens through bridges, quays and water stairs, which make it possible for people to paddle in the water or to cross the river in a small boat. 

In the small, intimate canal streets you can feel the Dutch atmosphere. The general planning has been developed by working closely with the Dutch urbanist Sjoerd Soeters. There are wide promenades, where the houses are somewhat bigger and it's possible to take a glimpse at other areas of the port.

Built with RT 514, RT 520 and RT 521.

Solbærhaven

Architect
Tegnestuen SLA


City Ullerødbyen


RT 522

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Solbærhaven

The new city area has been created in close collaboration with the city of Hillerød. The ambitious quality program was created by the ”SLA” architecture company, which specialises in combining development and landscape architecture. 

The idea was to develop a unique small town at the edge of the beautiful and natural ”Capital city” of North Sealand. The area underwent huge changes, among other things, as a consequence of the ever-growing number of inhabitants. These are an ideal mix of young families with kids, and senior citizens, who all know how to appreciate the unique surroundings offered by Ullerødbyen.

The ”Ullerødbyen” estate consists of a mix of terraced houses, single family houses and residences with their related facilities, schools and grocery shops. The surrounding area is very spacious, has water and closed communal areas, used for playgrounds and socializing. In other words, ”Ullerødbyen” has everything. If anyone feels the need for change, the inner city of Hillerød is only 5 minutes away, while Copenhagen is only 45 minutes away.

Thors Bakke

Architect
KPF Arkitekter


City Randers


RT 445

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Thors Bakke

The project consists of housing blocks with 50 apartments, in the centre of Randers in Denmark.
The buildings are 4-, 5- and 6-storeys high, and they include an inner courtyard. Under the residences there is a 2,000 m2 garage. 

The façades have a modern aspect, with ceiling-high windows, in the chosen composition, connected by horizontal stripes, which highlight the storeys.
They are built in RT 445 red-brown Patina water-struck bricks. The façade banners are made of the same brick; they are just slightly recessed and have dark joints.

The project was begun at the end of 2010, and the building came into use from 2012.

Thorsparken

Architect
Projektgruppen


City Høje Taastrup


RT 209

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Thorsparken

Bricks: RT 209 yellow water-struck bricks

Villa Back

Architect
Jesper Back M.A.A


City


RT 209

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Villa Back

Built with RT 209 yellow water-struck bricks

Ørestadshuset

Architect
Lundgaard og Tranberg Arkitektfirma A/S


City København


RT 522

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Ørestadshuset

The project is one of the remarkable residential buildings in the new neighbourhood ”Ørestad” in Copenhagen.

The building gives a harmonious impression, thanks to the specifically built balconies.

Built with RT 522 Unika Alexandria

Agro Food Park

Architect
Kjær & Richter A/S


City Skejby


RT 522

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Agro Food Park

The ”Agro Food Park” is a science park - a meeting point where science, science education and science exchange happens between universities, companies, organizations and authorities that work in the field of agriculture and food processing. The framework and content of the newest building of Agro Food Park, inaugurated in January 2012, was a modern construction process, where architecture, environment, energy and functionality in respect to the spreading of knowledge are the focus. For the façades, the masonry firm Christensen A/S of Hadsten used 185,000 bricks of the RT 522 Unika Alexandria type. For the freely mounted façades, Carlsberg Bjælker supplied pre-stressed 1-layer lintels, made of the same bricks as the building.

Energi Fyn Domicil

Architect
Creo Arkitekter


City Fyn


RT 514

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Energi Fyn Domicil

The position on the grounds on Assensvej and Sanderumvej, behind the existing residences, lends itself naturally to limitations, and influenced the building's shape.

Thus, the big glass façade towards Assensvej is almost parallel to the street and hence the building ends in an acute angle.It has a very dynamic effect when you drive out of the city towards the highway - you can't miss the building.

In order to mark the main entrance and to make it clear where the entrance and company address of the new building on Sanderumvej is, the whole management storey was shaped as a huge canopy, over a circular pool. Thus the building was given a header that clearly represents the hierarchy between the two street limits. The main architectural concept is quite simple. Two large, heavy and dark brick windowpanes were built, and between them is a large, light and very versatile office area. 

Built with RT 514 Unika soft blue Unika with coal.

Research Park

Architect
C & W Arkitekter


City Svendborg


RT 806 + RT 445

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Research Park

The research park is a place where people work with business-related concepts. In the beautiful building, from which one has a wonderful view towards the”Svendborg Sund” strait, people develop ideas for the future, from which the entire economy of Südfünen and the surrounding islands may profit.

The research park should grow into a vivid, innovative centre, where research and development issues concerning many aspects are discussed and solved. The aim is for the majority of activities to focus on the natural environment, as for example, environment and energy, IT and communications, as well as in the creative field.

The research park was built in 2011.
The façade is built with RT 445 red-brown Patina ”hand-made” bricks, and for the roof we selected RT 806 red hollow tiles in small Danish format.

Føtex

Architect
Aarhus Arkitekterne A/S


City Odder


RT 418

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Føtex

Built with RT 418

IBF

Architect
Arkitec


City Ikast


RT 542

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IBF

The concept of the new IBF headquarters in Ikast reflects a desire for natural materials.IBF deals with concrete, which it naturally describes as the best building material in the world. For this reason, concrete was, of course, the basis for the concept and materials used.

The combination of concrete and bricks quickly became a key factor in the development phase. In today's architecture there are very few examples of these combinations - normally, only one of these two materials is used. The building consists of two long buildings in a north-south direction, with a gable roof, where you can find all the main business functions. These are connected through a lower central building, where you will find the reception area and the conference rooms. The attractive facing bricks were also used in the reception area, in order to emphasize the form and function of the building. The light tones of these bricks go very well with cast concrete. For the façade, RT 542 Unika Apollon bricks were used.

Lagkagehuset

Architect
Arkitema Architects


City Fredricia


RT 521

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Lagkagehuset

The new bakery and confectionery ”Lagkagehaus” in Fredericia has a façade made of black water-struck bricks, RT 521 Unika Negro, with black joints, combined with slightly recessed white-washed sections that mark the window areas.

The windows and doors are bronze anodized. The building has a light and elegant basement that creates a lovely contrast to the dark bricks.

The 1,500-m2 wide building was built in 2011-12 for Lagkagehuset, Ole & Steen.

Leo Pharma

Architect
Arkitema Architects


City Ballerup


RT 542

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Leo Pharma

Leo Pharma's newest building in Ballerup was built in 2011. For an uncomplicated and maintenance-free building, RT 542 Unika Apollon bricks were chosen.

For this building, Carlsberg Bjælker delivered 230 pre-stressed brick elements, mostly 1- and 2-layer lintels, 1 or 2 bricks wide. Above the entrance area pre-stressed double layered, four-brick wide - 47 cm were used.

Car park

Architect
Årstiderne Arkitekter


City Vejle


RT 481

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Car park

The city of Vejle inaugurated a new car park in the inner city of Vejle in the spring of 2012, with 330 parking spaces on 11 storeys, of which one is underground. 

One of the requests of the city of Vejle was that the new car park should have a brick façade, so that it could blend in well with the city residences, all built between 1920 and 1960 with brick façades. These were major requests for the construction company 5E-byg A/S in Odense, and the project consultant suggested Carlsberg Bjælker.

After working closely together, a project solution was developed, one that fulfilled the functional requirements, as well as the wish to have a durable building with a long lifespan and minimal maintenance costs, and also the city's requirement to use brick façades. 

Carlsberg Bjælker supplied approx. 400 brick elements of the storey length and approx. 400 brick slates for this order. The pre-fabricated brick elements are created in standing bond and are 108 mm thick.

The pre-fabricated elements of the façades and the brick slates were produced by Carlsberg Bjælker.

For the brick elements, RT 481 red nuanced water-struck bricks were used with colour play, and four façades made at the Gandrup factory.

Sparekassen Himmerland

Architect
Jesper Vognsgaard


City Aars


RT 538

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Sparekassen Himmerland

The new headquarters in Markedsvej, Aars, was completed in January 2009.
The remarkable building is the work place of 80 employees and has over 5,000 m2 of floor space.

Built with RT 538 Unika Artemis.

Kindergarten in Hoptrup

Architect
+M Arkitekter Haderslev


City Haderslev


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Kindergarten in Hoptrup

The institution in Hoptrup is the result of a 2008 city tender organized by Haderslev, after which the project was granted to the +M architects.

The building was designed to host 42 nursery-age children, after the official opening on 27 January 2010 at which both children and adults took part.

The project wanted to particularly challenge the kids' bodies and minds.

Along the entire building there is a connected super-furniture piece that offers the children numerous challenges and playing possibilities. 

The fixtures and fittings were created by +M architects and suits the building's flow and its architecture. The building meets the requirements for energy class 2.

Built with RT 538 Unika Artemis.

Holiday apartments

Architect
Henrik Nielsen


City Bork Havn


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Holiday apartments

The 8 holiday apartments in Bork Havn on Ringkøbing Fjord stand as small, terraced houses with divided levels and views of Bork Havn.

The residences are two-storey and have a low façade as entrance area. The room height grew, while the residence opened out increasingly towards the west and towards the views. From the living room on the first storey, you enter a large balcony.

The Henrik Nielsen architecture company was responsible for the design of the 1,000 m2-wide building, built between 2008 and 2010 with RT 471 red-brown Pisa water-struck bricks.

Ferry houses

Architect
GINNERUP ARKITEKTER


City Horsens


RT 526

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Ferry houses

On the former ferry ground in Juelsminde, all three storeys of a total of 38 residences have now been built.
The residences are a combination of town and terraced houses, in various sizes. 
All the houses face the sea and the beach.
The residences have two terraces and a roof balcony, as well as its own garage with direct access.
During the building, a new marina was constructed on the former ferry dock.

Built with RT 526 Unika Windsor.

Rømø Golf og Wellness

Architect
Creo Arkitekter


City Rømø


RT 534

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Rømø Golf og Wellness

200 holiday apartments with wellness centre and golf course.
Rømø Golf & Wellness lies in Havneby, on the Danish island of Rømø. The resort was built within a dune landscape, directly on the coast. It consists of 200 exclusive holiday residences, a unique 27-hole golf course, and a large main building with a 2,600-m2 spa and fitness area, a golf shop, a restaurant, conference rooms, lounge and bowling alleys.

Built with RT 534 Unika Parma

Care Centre "Holmen"

Architect
Schmidt Hammer Lassen Architects


City Vejle


RT 333

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Care Centre "Holmen"

Built with soft blue RT 333.

Tirsdalen

Architect
Sahl Arkitekter A/S


City Randers


RT 531

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Tirsdalen's care centre

The Tirsdalen care centre, a modern, open 1-storey building, of course lies directly on ”Tirsdalen”, a varied natural area on the southern side of the Randers Fjord.

The building was made of RT 531 Unika Colossseum.

Parish hall by the Egen church

Architect
Brich & Svenning A/S


City Als


RT 810

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Parish hall by the Egen church

The parish committee has requested the building of a parish hall for the Egen church, consisting of a Romanesque aisle and choir from the 12th century.
By the church you may also find the ”Egen Kirkelade” building, a 75-meter long workshop with thatched roof, from the 18th century, with 34 numbered stalls.

In the parish hall, besides offices and conference rooms, there are also spaces designed for confirmation classes. The new buildings have plastered walls and a roof made of RT 180 soft blue Højslev hollow bricks in small Danish format.

Church centre Vildbjerg

Architect
Arkitec


City Vildbjerg


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Church centre Vildbjerg

The church centre Vildbjerg was built in 2009 and lays in the centre of Vildbjerg, across the church. Inside the building you may find church offices, study rooms, club rooms and a hall for concerts, speeches, etc.  

The building's aspect is influenced by two connected buildings, sharply set apart through a combination of smooth exterior walls and glass fronts. The smooth surfaces are separated by room-high glass fronts and a simple, easily understandable geometry. This pattern is emphasized though relief-type, recessed horizontal and vertical glass strips.   

On the sides, the pattern is broken by high, narrow window panes that should intuitively convey a spiritual feeling. 

Quality materials were used throughout and it was ensured that the individual components meet their everyday purpose and that the passage of time adds attraction to materials and aspect alike.

Built with RT 538 Unika Artemis

Hospital Aabenraa

Architect
Arkitektfirmaet 78


City Aabenraa


RT 811

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Hospital Aabenraa

The South Denmark region renovated the hospital's exterior in Aabenraa in 2012.

The project included changing the roof tiles and the new ones were RT 811 yellow roof tiles from the Højslev brick factory.

Denmark School of Design

Architect
-


City København


RT 810

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Denmark School of Design

The Denmark School of Design has a faculty on Strandboulevard.

The attractive building got a new roof in 2008, made of RT 810 soft blue Højslev roof tiles, in small Danish format.

DPU

Architect
Rønnow Arkitekter


City Holbæk


RT 806

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DPU

The roof of the Denmark University of Pedagogy in Copenhagen was renovated in 2012 with RT 806 red Højslev hollow tiles.

Hospiz südwestjütland

Architect


City Esbjerg


RT 809

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Hospiz südwestjütland

2006 roof renovation with RT 800 red Højslev deep folded roof tiles LT6.

Warehouse (das lagerhaus)

Architect
Ikast-Brande Kommune


City Ikast


RT 806

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Warehouse (das lagerhaus)

The former warehouse in Ikast was transformed into an art museum with non-permanent exhibitions.

During its warehouse period, the original roof tiles were replaced by more convenient Eternit panels.

We wanted to restore the original aspect of the house and therefore we replaced the panels with roof tiles. On the gutter we set up the new roof gutter from Randers Tegl, instead of the traditional plywood gutter, which connected the under roof and the eaves flashing. 

All roof ridges were covered in mortar, so that the original aspect may be restored.

Built with RT 806 red Højslev, small Danish format.

Sundbyøster school

Architect


City København


RT 825

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Sundbyøster school

Roof renovation. Name: Sundbyøster-Schule, 2300 Copenhagen S. Roof tiles: RT 825 red Højslev deep folded tiles small model ”Hillerød”. Built in: 2009 Address: Parmagade 8, 2300 Copenhagen S.

Svendsagervej

Architect


City Odense


RT 840

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Svendsagervej

The three buildings that consist of a supermarket, a bakery and a bank have been given new roofs with RT 840 black engobed ”Højslev” hollow bricks, in small Danish format during the renovation of the façade.

Trællerup school

Architect


City Roskilde


RT 812

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Trællerup school

Renovated in 2010 with RT 812 soft blue folded tiles ”Højslev”.

New school Vesterbro

Architect


City Vesterbro


RT 825

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New school Vesterbro

The classic folded tiles RT 825, the small ”Højslev” model with variable laths distances were chosen for the renovation of the old school.

Barracks in Viborg

Architect


City Viborg


RT 806

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Barracks in Viborg

The city of Viborg bought the largest barracks in the country in 2001, in order to convert it into a dynamic scientific and educational facility, mostly focused on creative skills.

The plan was to create an area where culture, technology, economy, sports, education, hostels and administration combined, and transformed the space into a popular area to live, experience, work and study. 

Most of the former barracks had been built between 1924 and 1940, and had a high architectural value and were of good quality. 

In 2007, a complete roof renovation was started and is currently incomplete. When this major project is finished, a total of approx. 35,000 m2 of roof tiles would have been fitted.

For the roof renovation, the city of Viborg has decided to use RT 806 red ”Højslev” hollow tiles, in small Danish format.

Vildtbanegård

Architect
White Arkitekter


City Ishøj


RT 522

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Vildtbanegård

The housing cooperative "Det sociale Boligselskab af 29. Januar 1946" built the first four departments in Ishøj in 1970-71.

In 2011, the fronts of the 10 residential blocks were renovated and insulated.

On the lower floor, the renovation used RT 522 Unika Alexandria.

Church in Vorbasse

Architect
Arkitektfirmaet Kuno Mielby


City Sdr. korsarm


RT 526

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Church in Vorbasse

The masonry of the southern transept was completely renovated in 1883. It is made of dark red bricks and has a wrought-iron window on the eastern side, with a narrow vault. The window has a right-angled brick-built surround, and the gable is adorned with a serrated cornice. On the gable triangle was set a round cast-iron window with a serrated, brick-built surround. The outside masonry was weathered and had faulty joints, as well as weathered bricks.  The wall under the gable had completely separated itself from the masonry applied upon it. The inside wall on the gable side under the roof was crumbled up to 9 cm into the wall. The wooden structure behind the gable wall was completely ruined and the gable anchoring system was derelict. The municipal administration decided to apply completely new masonry works upon the gable triangle and to muffle the fronts and gables. The masonry was executed with the corresponding details and adornments that could be found on the original masonry, and well anchored to the renovated roof. Built with RT 526 Unika Windsor.

Old court

Architect


City Martofte


RT 812

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Old court

The court lies on the Hindsholm Peninsula, to the north from Kerteminde in Denmark.
The old, well-preserved court was endowed during renovation with a new roof made of RT 812 soft blue deep folded roof tiles, ”Højslev” LT6.

Aarhus University

Architect
Arkitektfirmaet C.F. Møller


City Aarhus


RT 209

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Aarhus University

The 3,400-m2 wide auditorium has five halls, as well as offices and communal areas.
The central auditorium building is, thanks to its form and position, a remarkable architectural element within the plan of the University Park.
C.F. Møller has been the Aarhus University architects since 1932. Built in 1998-2001.

Built with RT 209 yellow water-struck bricks.

Aula, cathedral school in Ribe

Architect
Juul Arkitekter A/S


City Ribe


RT 806

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Aula, cathedral school in Ribe

The cathedral school in Ribe today has a large, 2-storey auditorium, positioned behind the existing tiled roof. Only from the cathedral tower can you see what happens under the roofs in the centre of the old city. The 1st storey of the auditorium has the same space as a balcony and in one corner the balcony creates a platform with a lot of room-high space.

The whole auditorium is surrounded by glass and the balcony is attached to the old additional wing of the school.

The project was authorized by the Danish Committee for Cultural Heritage. The space is similar to a Byzantine church – that is noticeable as soon as you step inside.

The auditorium was built in 2012 and RT 806 red ”Højslev” hollow tiles were used for the roof.

Dybbøl school

Architect
RUM Arkitekter


City Sønderborg


RT 209

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Dybbøl school

The project included a 2,500-m2 large new building for the inferior classes at the Dybbøl school, with new study and social areas, as well as premises for the staff. The new section was built as a CO2-neutral, low energy class 1 building, within ”Project Zero”.

The area for the junior classes is designed as squares, connected through a small section in the middle. The three building sections are within a joint rectangular area, also defining two exterior rooms. Both exterior rooms are partially covered and were used during the ”Project Zero” strategy as solar panels facing south, mounted on the roofing. 

The room was basically divided into study sections in the same way, so that the study facilities, etc., lie in a ring around the communal area in the middle.

Built with  RT 209 yellow water-struck bricks

Cathedral school in Ribe

Architect
Juul Arkitekter


City Ribe


RT 806 + RT 483

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Cathedral school in Ribe

The building lies in an area that used to be the cathedral school's car parking. The area close to the protected buildings by the cathedral school in Ribe, in the middle of Ribe old city centre, posed great challenges concerning the choice of front and roof bricks that needed to have a natural colour play, as well as the wear of old buildings so that the new building would blend in with the older houses in the area. 

Besides high quality, the architect also placed great emphasis on the outdoor area. The inner courtyards are not only access points to the other buildings of the cathedral's school, but also a beautiful outdoor area for socialising, where students and teachers can recharge their batteries for a long school day. 

The building consists of five study rooms, as well as of social, group and service areas.

Built with  RT 483 ancient red water-struck bricks on the front and RT 806 red ”Højslev” hollow tiles in small Danish format on the roof.  

School in Rindum

Architect
Arkitektfirmaet Frost Larsen A/S


City Ringkøbing


RT 470

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School in Rindum

This is one of the largest primary schools in Denmark, where a new and an old school were merged. The central point is an open and striking main entrance, from where you can directly enter the school yard and then directly access the teacher training centre and the multi-purpose hall. The project was co-designed with H. Lindquist architects.

Built with  RT 470 red/brown ”Roma” water-struck bricks.

Strandvej school

Architect
WITRAZ


City København


RT 445

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Strandvej school

Bricks: RT 445 red/brown Patina water-struck bricks. Through addition and renovation of the Strandvej school, a lot of value was added to the development potentials, learning and continuity in the daily lives of the children. Built between 2005 and 2008.  

Secondary school in Kolding

Architect
FELTHAUS Arkitekter, Kolding


City Kolding


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Secondary school in Kolding

An inserted building, based on the historical buildings and the narrow space.

Built with RT 540 Unika Pantheon and RT 521 Unika Negro true colour.

Islandshøjparken

Architect
Domus Arkitekter


City Nivå


RT 522

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Islandshøjparken

The building was made of RT 522 Unika Alexandria.

Skovbakkehjemmet

Architect
RUM Arkitekter


City Odder


RT 483

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Skovbakkehjemmet

The project consists of a 989-m2 building that has a 331 m2 ground floor with service facilities, conference and office rooms, as well as utility and storage rooms, and a 658-m2 first floor, where there are 8 care residences, entrance reception and an administrative room, as well as hall and communal areas. The facing walls of the building are made of brick, some facing sections have fibre cement cladding, the back-up walls/dividers are full wall elements/plaster walls, the windows and doors are of wood/aluminum and the roof covering was made with roofing felt. The building meets the energy requirements for 2015.  

The building was made of RT 538 Unika Artemis

Nyboder school

Architect
BBP Arkitekter


City København


RT 809

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Nyboder school

The building was renovated with RT 809 red ”Højslev LT6”.

Byporten

Architect
ESBEN KIRKEGAARD Rådgivende Ingeniører A/S


City Hørsholm


RT 811

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Byporten

The residences were renovated with RT 811 ”Højslev” in yellow Danish format.

Slotsbakken

Architect


City Hørsholm


RT 811

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Slotsbakken

The residences were renovated with RT 811 ”Højslev” in yellow Danish format.

Søndervig holiday centre

Architect
Bay Arch


City Søndervig/Ringkøbing


RT 602

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Søndervig holiday centre

The holiday residences were built with RT 602 Innova, black rustic with grey play.

Søndervig holiday centre

Architect
Bay Arch


City Søndervig/Ringkøbing


RT 603

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Søndervig holiday centre

The holiday residences were built with RT 603 Innova, black rustic with grey play.

Søndervig holiday centre

Architect
Bay Arch


City Søndervig/Ringkøbing


RT 601

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Søndervig holiday centre

The holiday residences were built with RT 601 Innova, black rustic.

Danish Technological Institute, DMRI

Architect
C. F. Møller


City Høje Tåstrup


RT 483

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Danish Technological Institute, DMRI

The Danish Technological Institute is building a new laboratory and office building which is designed to supplement the series of fine buildings in the institute's extensive facility in Høje Tåstrup. The building will be home to DMRI (Danish Meat Research Institute).

The original plans for the Danish Technological Institute were the work of architect Vilhelm Wohlert in the 1970s. The complex is situated in an adapted green landscape and has a spiral design with a number of circular car parks. Each of the institutes surrounds these car parks and has a simple and concise design expression with red bricks and exposed concrete beams above the windows.

The new building is incorporated into this context with the same simple mode of expression, but incorporates a modern twist by using the bricks more decoratively and by featuring continuous window sections and bay windows.

A large atrium signals outgoing and open forms of collaboration across the organisation. Furthermore, as soon as they arrive, customers get a picture of the activities of the enterprise thanks to glass partitions in the foyer providing a glimpse of workshops and offices.

The building is constructed as two blocks linked by the atrium. One block contains a trial slaughterhouse with ancillary cooking and smoking facilities, laboratories and workshops. The other block contains offices and conference facilities.

The building is constructed in RT 483 Classica Old Red.

Danish Technological Institute, DMRI

Architect
C. F. Møller


City Høje Tåstrup


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Danish Technological Institute, DMRI

The Danish Technological Institute is building a new laboratory and office building which is designed to supplement the series of fine buildings in the institute's extensive facility in Høje Tåstrup. The building will be home to DMRI (Danish Meat Research Institute).

The original plans for the Danish Technological Institute were the work of architect Vilhelm Wohlert in the 1970s. The complex is situated in an adapted green landscape and has a spiral design with a number of circular car parks. Each of the institutes surrounds these car parks and has a simple and concise design expression with red bricks and exposed concrete beams above the windows.

The new building is incorporated into this context with the same simple mode of expression, but incorporates a modern twist by using the bricks more decoratively and by featuring continuous window sections and bay windows.

A large atrium signals outgoing and open forms of collaboration across the organisation. Furthermore, as soon as they arrive, customers get a picture of the activities of the enterprise thanks to glass partitions in the foyer providing a glimpse of workshops and offices.

The building is constructed as two blocks linked by the atrium. One block contains a trial slaughterhouse with ancillary cooking and smoking facilities, laboratories and workshops. The other block contains offices and conference facilities.

The building is constructed in RT 483 Classica Old Red.

Grønnegården

Architect
RUM Arkitektur, Horsens


City Grenå


RT 538

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Grønnegården

Grønnegården in Grenå has been built as a replacement for the existing run-down building and as an organisational extension of the adjoining newly-built Violskrænten nursing home.

In the short term the dwellings will function as independent sheltered housing units for the elderly, and as needs change are expected to become a unit of assisted living facilities as part of the large nursing home.

The development is a recessed apartment block. It has a design that has references to the classic "park house" and as such is built on an open green site, at the same time as which the building's facade reflects the town's existing block structure and street layout.

As a point of departure the building is laid out in a Z-shape, which is thus able to absorb the directions from the existing roads and the immediate context. At the same time, the Z-shape enables different types of outdoor spaces to be established facing the various corners of the globe.

The building's materials have been chosen for operational reasons, adaptation to the area, texture and the desire to ensure a warm and characteristic expression.

Project design and performance are adapted on an ongoing basis to the rate of execution of the new adjoining nursing home.

The building is constructed in RT 538 Unika Artemis.

"Violskrænten" Nursing Home

Architect
Christensen & Rottbøll


City Grenå


RT 522

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"Violskrænten" Nursing Home

The municipal council in Norddjurs took a decision to close down a number of run-down and outdated homes for the elderly and replace them with a new and efficient nursing home in Grenå.

The building has the appearance of a large, well-proportioned wing, in which the residents' common room, kitchen facilities and the nursing home's administration are assembled at the centre.

The building was designed by architectural firm Christensen & Rottbøll and built as a turnkey contract by NCC A/S in 2011-2012.

The building is constructed in RT 522 Unika Alexandria.

Apartment block

Architect
Arkitema Architects


City Århus


RT 511

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Apartment block

At one time the area surrounded by Silkeborgvej, Finderupvej and Vestre Ringgade in Aarhus was home to a number of workshops and manufacturing firms. The area has now become an attractive apartment block with a very central location.

The building was designed by Arkitema Architects, and the facades are constructed as sandwich elements.

RT 511 Unika Granite blackish grey is used for the facade.

Apartment block

Architect
Arkitektfirmaet 78


City Rødekro


RT 417

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Apartment block

Domea Rødekro is constructing Byskoven, which consists of 23 new dwellings in Rødekro.

Architect: Arkitektfirmaet 78

RT 417 Prima Mocca has been used for the facade.

Strandlodsvej

Architect
Domus Arkitekter


City Amager, København


RT 101 + RT 102

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Strandlodsvej

As the first phase in the construction of a new residential area at Strandlodsvej on Amager, architectural firm DOMUS has designed 94 council dwellings, a communal house for the residents, a day-care facility, as well as assisted living facilities and grocery shops.

The development is designed as a continuous volume with businesses and public facilities on the ground floor and apartments on the floors above.

The ground floor opens out towards the town, above which there are several brick towers that provide a striking structure with different heights. The new dwellings that are located in the towers have common rooms with balconies facing south or west. The facades have small offsets between the windows that ensure a lively and varied appearance. Above the ground floor a large communal garden has been established containing green niches each addressing either the apartments, the assisted living facilities or the day-care facility.

The ground floor will have approx. 5000 m2 of retail space consisting of one or two supermarkets and several small shops.

The development will be constructed in low energy class 2015.

Architect: Domus Arkitekter

The building is constructed in RT 101 Prima Genova and RT 102 Prima Lucca reversed.

Solgården

Architect
Krogh Arkitekter, Esbjerg


City Vejen


RT 307HT

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Solgården

The housing association at Vejen Boligforening is renovating and converting its Solgården unit, which has been developed in stages with Rolighedsvej in 1951 and Plantagevej in 1953,  and boasts robust and architectonically attractive buildings constructed in the materials of the day.

The project comprises renovation and conversion of the existing development – 36 dwellings in total.

Architect: Krogh Arkitekter, Esbjerg

The buildings are renovated with RT 307 Classica Red.

Rask Mølle School

Architect
Sahl Arkitekter A/S


City Rask Mølle


RT 542

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Rask Mølle School

The architect's ambition is a coherent and well-functioning building that offers a good working environment in educational surroundings and provides a good experience for both adults and children alike. The building creates an inspiring learning environment which takes into account a child's perspective in relation to the scale of the building and incorporates this into the expression and layout of the building.

                 
The building is constructed in accordance with low energy class 2015.

Architect: Sahl Arkitekter A/S

The building is constructed in RT 542 Unika Apollon.

Kamhusene

Architect
Rambøll Arkitektur


City Valby


RT 307HT

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Kamhusene

The overall solution comprises renovation, including re-insulation of gables and construction of facing with masonry pattern.

Architect: Rambøll Arkitektur

The building is renovated with RT 307 Classica Red soft-moulded with 4 facades

Dwellings in Valby

Architect
Arkitema


City Valby


RT 445

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Dwellings in Valby

The project comprises the construction of a total of 60 family council dwellings at Henkel in Valby.

Architect: Arkitema

The dwellings are constructed in RT 445 Rustica Red/brown Patina "Hand-moulded"

Dwellings in Valby

Architect
Arkitema


City Valby


RT 481

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Dwellings in Valby

The project comprises rented accommodation making up a total of 36 dwellings at the Henkel site in Valby. It is an area that places particular demands on architectural expression. With its attractive old brick buildings, the location bears witness to a proud industrial history. This context is reflected in the dwellings, which, with their stacked red brick, manage to convey the modern industrial method of construction with pre-fabricated brick elements, thereby exhibiting respect for the history of the industrial location.

Architect: Arkitema

The dwellings are constructed in RT 481 Classica Red nuanced soft-moulded with 4 facades

Arbejdernes Landsbank

Architect
Harrebek Arkitekter A/S


City Nyborg


RT 445

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Arbejdernes Landsbank

The building houses a new branch of Arbejdernes Landsbank on the ground floor, whilst the three upper floors consist of apartments. The building is situated on Strandvejen in Nyborg. The location marks the beginning of the harbour, which means that there are fantastic views of the entire harbour area.
The project comprises 20 dwellings. The 1st and 2nd floors comprise rented accommodation, whilst the top floor contains four large owner-occupied apartments offering views of the harbour and the town. The building is constructed in red-brown brick with a red tile roof, thus matching the existing buildings in the area. The ground floor facade is made up of different types of brickwork designed to break up the long facade looking out onto Strandvejen.

Architect: Harrebek Arkitekter A/S

The building is constructed in RT 445 Rustica Red/brown Patina "Hand-moulded"

Student accommodation

Architect


City Aalborg


RT 209 + RT 307HT + RT 417 + RT 474

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Student accommodation

142 dwellings for student accommodation have been built for Plus Bolig A.M.B.A. in Aalborg. The appearance of the building’s long facade looking onto Nyhavnsgade is made more interesting through the use of 4 different types of brick combined with coloured joints in the recesses.

Facade bricks used:

RT 209 Classica Yellow soft-moulded
RT 307 Classica Red soft-moulded
RT 417 Prima Mocca soft-moulded
RT 474 Prima Torino soft-moulded

 

Vorrevangskolen

Architect
Arkitekter Johansen & Rasmussen A/S


City Århus


RT 811

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Vorrevangskolen

Vorrevangskolen, which consists of 18 buildings with a roof area of some 10,000 m2, was built in 1960. The school buildings were in need of re-insulation below the roof and in attic spaces, in addition to which the roof itself needed replacing. One of the City of Aarhus’ main areas of focus was for the new roof to be executed in yellow pantile of proven high quality that would also match the original expression of the buildings.

Architect: Arkitekter Johansen & Rasmussen A/S, Aarhus

Vorrevangskolen is renovated with RT 811 Yellow pantile

Terraced houses, Hørning

Architect
Luplau & Poulsen Arkitekter


City Hørning


RT 101

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Terraced houses, Hørning

The project comprises 55 owner-occupied dwellings built as 2-storey terraced houses in functionalist style.
The building has been constructed in three stages during the period October 2013 - June 2015.

Architect: Luplau & Poulsen Arkitekter
Turnkey contractor: JCN Bolig A/S

The architect and developer chose RT 101 Prima Genova soft-moulded for the project

Lindevænget Silkeborg

Architect
Sahl Arkitekter A/S


City Silkeborg


RT 806

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Lindevænget Silkeborg

129 dwellings from 1972 on Lindevænget in Silkeborg, which is a department of housing association Silkeborg Boligselskab, are having their interiors completely renovated and a new roof laid. Work will be carried out in 2014-2015.

Architect: Sahl Arkitekter A/S
Contractor: EMR A/S

The consultant and developer had particular focus on high product quality in terms of the roof tiles, which resulted in the red RT 806 pantile being chosen.

UCN Aalborg

Architect
Friis & Moltke


City Aalborg


RT 445

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UCN Aalborg

New teaching wing at the University College of North Denmark’s department in Aalborg East

The building is built in RT 445 RT 445 Rustica Red/brown Patina "Hand-moulded"

Architect: Friis & Moltke

Social and Health Care College

Architect
CUBO Arkitekter A/S


City Aarhus


RT 546

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Social and Health Care College

The building comprises 13,000 m2 made up of classrooms and administration offices, where the human scale influences the school’s vision of eventful and humanistic architecture.
RT 546 Unika Attika soft-moulded has been chosen for all facades.

Architect: CUBO Arkitekter A/S

Brick veneer elements

Architect


City Egernsund


RT 444 + RT 445 + RT 452

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Brick veneer elements

Facade insulation with Danish brick veneer elements from the Rustica series featuring RT445, RT444 and RT452. The project comprises complete restoration of the 48 existing low-rise dwellings. The current wooden facades are to be replaced by a more maintenance-friendly material.

Contractor: Sønderborg Ingeniør & Byggeforretning A/S

RT 444 Rustica Red/brown "Hand-moulded"
RT 445 Rustica Red/brown Patina "Hand-moulded"
RT 452 Rustica Red/brown Gotik "Hand-moulded"

Brick veneer elements

Architect


City Valby


RT 307HT

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Brick veneer elements

Facade insulation with Danish brick veneer elements from the Classica series featuring RT 307 Classica Red soft-moulded brick with 4 facades from Gandrup Teglværk.
The project comprises energy renovation of the existing gables finished with Danish brick veneer elements.

Residential dwellings

Architect
Frost Larsen, Skanderborg


City Aarhus


RT 102 + RT 521

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Residential dwellings

New residential property built on the corner of Østergade-Fredensgade, 8000 Aarhus C.

RT 102 Prima Lucca soft-moulded and RT 521 have been used on the building. (RT 521 has since been discontinued – and replaced by RT 548 Unika Hera soft-moulded).

Architect: Frost Larsen A/S, Skanderborg

Residential dwellings

Architect
Seier & Sølvsten, Aarhus


City Aarhus


RT 547 + RT 517

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Residential dwellings

New residential property with ground-floor business premises built on the corner of Grønnegade-Nørre Allé, 8000 Aarhus C.

RT 547 Unika Helios soft-moulded and RT 517 Unika Delfi Blackish grey soft-moulded with 4 facades have been used.

Architect: Seier+Sølvsten A/S, Aarhus

Villa Juul

Architect
Arkitec


City Herning


RT 531

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Villa Juul

In a residential area of single-family dwellings from the 1970s an old house was demolished to make way for a new house with a more modernistic expression. The overall themes for the layout of the house were the optimum utilisation of the narrow plot and exploitation of the fantastic view.
The side of the house facing the road has a basic, relatively closed expression constructed in a single storey, whilst the side facing the trees is completely open.
The transition in levels adds interest to everyday activities in the house, whilst the L-shaped layout provides shelter for a closed courtyard. With its delicate expression yet robust nature, the soft-moulded RT531 from Randers Tegl highlights the simplicity of expression that characterises the house and provides a cohesive link between the exterior and the interior.
The house was built in 2013 with arkitec as acting as full-service consultant.

The house is built in RT 531 Unika Colosseum soft-moulded

Vestervænget Skive

Architect
KPF Arkitekter A/S


City Skive


RT 546

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Vestervænget Skive

Renovation of a total of 236 dwellings, consisting of 20 semi-detached houses built in 1946 and 10 apartment buildings built in 1968-1971. The apartment buildings had their facades renovated in the 1980s by means of facade panels and closed balconies. The current project involves the energy renovation of facades, new roofs and the complete modernisation of the interior of the properties.

RT 546 Unika Attika soft-moulded brick has been chosen for the facades.

Owner: Bomiva, Skive

Architect: KPF Arkitekter A/S

Apartments Oslo

Architect
LPO Arkitekter AS


City Oslo


RT 542

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Apartments Oslo

Sørengstranda is due to be built in two phases to provide a complex of 212 apartments. 137 of these will be completed in phase 1.

The 212 fantastic apartments will have a view of the Oslo Opera House and the new Munch Museum. The site is bordered by the fjord, a canal and a park, and enjoys a central location in a new and exciting neighbourhood. Bjørvika is one of the biggest ever urban developments in Norway and makes up part of the Fjord City Oslo urban renewal project. Sørengstranda is just a short distance from a wide range of services and – for many residents – jobs. However, Sørengstranda is first and foremost designed to be a good place in which to live and enjoy life. The site has been chosen and the buildings designed such that the complex will offer good communal areas and great indoor and outdoor spaces for each resident.

The buildings will be built in RT 542 Unika Apollon soft-moulded brick.

Master builder: Veidekke egenregi c/o John Rusvik Johansen

Architect/consultant: LPO Arkitekter AS

Beboelse Århus

Architect
BSAA Arkitekter ApS


City Århus


RT 434

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Beboelse Århus

Architekt: BSAA Arkitekter ApS
Developer: Q Construction A/S
Year of construction: 2015-2016
Brick: RT 434 Prima Lava reduced soft-moulded with 4 facades

Youth housing "Kedelhuset"

Architect
Arkikon Arkitekter


City Grenå


RT 307HT

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Youth housing "Kedelhuset"

Until it was closed in 2000, the textile factory at Grenaa Dampvæveri was one of Grenå's biggest enterprises and employers. The textile factory's striking boilerhouse had been an urban landmark ever since its construction, although unfortunately it and the other factory buildings had been allowed to fall into disrepair following the closure of the factory.

Local housing association B45 and Norddjurs municipal council agreed to launch a conservation project in a bid to maintain the boilerhouse and its chimney as a landmark. Although it proved necessary to demolish both structures, architectural and engineering firm Arkikon designed a new "boilerhouse" and new "chimney" with great respect for the original appearance of these elements. Today they function as 53 modern apartments for young people and an elevator tower respectively.

In order to maintain the original expression, the classic red soft-moulded facade brick RT 307 was chosen. The building was erected in 2012-2013.

The building is constructed in RT 307 Classica Red.

Randkløvehusene

Architect
Mangor & Nagel


City Tårnby


RT 821 + RT 445

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Randkløvehusene

The building is the final stage of the Randkløvehuse complex, which consists primarily of council housing. One part of the final stage consists of 11 assisted living facilities in 5 groups, each with its own common area.

The groups of dwellings are gathered around a centre with service facilities such as personnel room, meeting hall, physiotherapy and occupational therapy rooms, as well as a dentist's, chiropodist's and hairdresser's. The final stage continues the brick profile in 2 storeys with dark red-brown brick and red-brown interplay of the roof tiles. The bay windows and balconies are produced in light-grey matt plate with a recurring winding edge design in charcoal grey.

Within the building a path system winds its way through the courtyard area. Lightweight bridges made of wood are located at two lakes whose water levels and fauna vary depending on the season.

The building is constructed in RT 445 Rustica Patina red/brown with RT 821 Højslev red on the roof.

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