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Renovation project using clay pavers in the historic centre of Utrecht

Renovation project using clay pavers in the historic centre of Utrecht

Special materials create a better quality stay

There is no doubt that anyone who has ever been to Utrecht will tell you about the friendly atmosphere and charm of the city.
Over the past few years, various projects have been carried out within the public space in the historic city centre of Utrecht.

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Long format green-grey infinitum 6013 enhances exclusive look of villa

Long format green-grey infinitum 6013 enhances exclusive look of villa

Dramatic transformation of detached ‘70s house in Voorschoten, the Netherlands

In a park-like setting in Voorschoten, the Netherlands, stood a typical ’70s house surrounded by a beautiful garden with large trees, a number of outbuildings and a swimming pool.

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Double fired clay pavers in a contemporary design by Monbaliu landscape gardeners

Double fired clay pavers in a contemporary design by Monbaliu landscape gardeners

Home, environment and garden in harmony

This modern, newly built villa forms a geometric ensemble in a green setting. A series of small volumes and smart views together create a sense of openness and intimacy. 

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Mix of authentic and sustainable clay pavers ties in with Meijendel’s dune landscape

Mix of authentic and sustainable clay pavers ties in with Meijendel’s dune landscape

Meijendel’s beautiful vast dune landscape from drinking water company Dunea in the Netherlands

Meijendel is a vast dune area to the north of The Hague, the Netherlands. Drinking water company Dunea manages three dune areas which form part of the Hollandse Duinen National Park, including Meijendel. These three areas are crucial for the purification of drinking water.

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RHS Flower Show season 2019

RHS Flower Show season 2019

Vande Moortel clay pavers and facing bricks showcased in numerous gardens

Vande Moortel clay pavers and facing bricks showcased in numerous gardens

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How the fresh-looking Wasserstrich ‘linea 7036’ facing brick fits perfectly within a design

How the fresh-looking Wasserstrich ‘linea 7036’ facing brick fits perfectly within a design

Residentie ‘Orion’ on the outskirts of Dendermonde is an iconic building

Residentie Orion is located in an extremely desirable and also very visible spot at one of the main intersections on a main access road leading into the city of Dendermonde and within walking distance of the Grote Markt. In addition, the spacious south-facing garden looks out onto the Oude Dender river.

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Hand-Made miniature green grey facing brick makes the building stand out thanks to its texture and colour

Hand-Made miniature green grey facing brick makes the building stand out thanks to its texture and colour

The Joremaaie Apartment Building in Ghent, timeless and solid brick architecture

The Joremaaie project is located in Ghent city centre. It is the second project that CAAN architecten have carried out at this site for Lafaut Invest. The first project (Leiezicht Apartment Building) is located right next to this one. The third and latest project (Bord de Lys Apartment Building) is located a bit further along the street.

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Spacious landscaped garden with natural swimming pool bordered by brown clay pavers

Spacious landscaped garden with natural swimming pool bordered by brown clay pavers

Green Architects opts for sustainability with natural materials

This gem is situated in a rural residential setting. The renovated house has a landscaped garden covering an area of 1 ha which includes an orchard, a wild flower meadow and views over the idyllic landscape beyond. In order to be able to enjoy these surroundings, various terraces (for dining, sitting and relaxing) were created around the natural swimming pool.

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Two impressive hexagonal towers in London with facing bricks Nature10 Brick E and Brick S

Two impressive hexagonal towers in London with facing bricks Nature10 Brick E and Brick S

Karakusevic Carson Architects and David Chipperfield Architects designed Hoxton Press Towers in London’s Hackney

Hoxton Press on the Colville Estate, a housing development in Hackney, in East London was designed by world famous architects David Chipperfield Architects and Karakusevic Carson Architects.

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Vertical brick slats in linea7 8012 as an eye-catching feature

Vertical brick slats in linea7 8012 as an eye-catching feature

‘Location, location, location’ inspires creative thinking

This modern villa is situated in a residential district from the 1960s. The original house was demolished in order to build a villa which complied with all the current energy standards. The result: an NZE house with an energy level of E16 which focuses on the aesthetic details.

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Dark coloured facing brick Linea 7021 strongly relates to the brand of the legendary Hendrick's Gin

Dark coloured facing brick Linea 7021 strongly relates to the brand of the legendary Hendrick's Gin

The extraordinary remake of the Hendrick’s Gin Palace in Scotland

The famous Hendrick’s Gin Distillery is located on the South-West Coast of Scotland. Michael Laird Architects along with the Design Team were commissioned to design a purpose-built distillery for Hendrick’s Gin of William Grant & Sons.  

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Slim facing brick Linea7 7022 in harmony with nature

Slim facing brick Linea7 7022 in harmony with nature

Elegant assymetrical villa in the green suburbs of Ghent

This elegant villa is situated in the Latemse Meersen nature reserve, in the green suburbs of Ghent along the right bank of the Lys. The task was to design a house which provided the best possible view of the beautiful nature reserve in the south.  

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The ecological facing brick Nature7 Brick B creates an urban feel

The ecological facing brick Nature7 Brick B creates an urban feel

Conforta in Deurne becomes an energy-efficient district

The project lies in the middle of a block in the Conforta district and consists of a passive crèche, an underground car park and seven passive homes with a large roof terrace and four compact smaller homes.

In the middle of the block is a large oblong garden.  

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DecimA Graphite clay pavers add a playful touch and variety to the project

DecimA Graphite clay pavers add a playful touch and variety to the project

Zuidboulevard in Waregem, the new city centre access route

In summer 2017 the ZuidBoulevard was officially opened with a large public festival. The boulevard is a unique promenade offering visitors and residents a mix of functions. Along it you will find the new city library, three apartment buildings and various shops.  

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Ancienne Belgique Lava heightens the rural feel

Ancienne Belgique Lava heightens the rural feel

Landscaped garden with clay pavers completes renovated square farmhouse

Landscape and garden architect Jonas D’hoore from Creatief in groen created this landscaped garden around a renovated square farmhouse in Poperinge.

The design integrates the farmhouse into the surrounding landscape of fields in the Westhoek. 

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Award winning show gardens at RHS Chelsea Flower Show with Vande Moortel clay pavers

Award winning show gardens at RHS Chelsea Flower Show with Vande Moortel clay pavers

Vande Moortel contributes at four gardens

We are proud to announce that our clay pavers were chosen for four show gardens at the RHS Chelsea Flower Show. RHS Chelsea Flower Show is the most prestigious flower show in the world, presenting some of the best garden designers the UK has to offer. 

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Linea 6012 reinforces the idea of bringing earth and air together

Linea 6012 reinforces the idea of bringing earth and air together

Black House, an interplay of historic and modern influences

Black House is a private new build house in the English countryside in Kent and was completed in the summer of 2017 by AR Design Studio.  

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Bronze Yellow Ancienne Belgique forms link between transparent pavilions and terrace

Bronze Yellow Ancienne Belgique forms link between transparent pavilions and terrace

Make-over Hotel Arena in Amsterdam creates tasteful park hotel/

The 4-star Hotel Arena is located in a listed building, namely the former Saint Elisabeth Orphanage in Amsterdam, the Netherlands. Work on the extension of Hotel Arena started in 2013 and was completed in 2016.

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RHS Hampton Court Palace Flower Show

RHS Hampton Court Palace Flower Show

3 – 8 July 2018

Brickworks Vande Moortel is proud to announce that their clay pavers have been chosen for two show gardens at the RHS Hampton Court Palace Flower Show  

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Linea 3007 blends in beautifully with wooded surroundings

Linea 3007 blends in beautifully with wooded surroundings

Villa looks splendid thanks to special visual language

The house is situated in a green neighbourhood in Kampenhout, Flemish Brabant. The villa is surrounded by indigenous valuable trees and behind the plot runs a brook that can flood several times a year: two challenges for the architect.  

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Fulham Riverside is an attractive oasis on the Thames, with its prestigious courtyard garden as its greatest asset

Fulham Riverside is an attractive oasis on the Thames, with its prestigious courtyard garden as its greatest asset

SeptimA Salvia clay pavers form a seamless link between water features and garden paths

Fulham Riverside is a unique multifunctional building project covering an area of 3.2 hectares. It is located in London on the bank of the Thames, the longest river in England.  

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Amarant clay paver connects pedestrians and motorists

Amarant clay paver connects pedestrians and motorists

Ashford Ring Road: from chaotic major road to accessible public space

Ashford Ring Road in England was built in the 1970s and was known for being an extremely busy and chaotic road, making it difficult for pedestrians to walk along safely.

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Ochre-tinted Brick M enhances contrast between different processing methods

Ochre-tinted Brick M enhances contrast between different processing methods

Striking, timess and innovative brick architecture

It was not by chance that ‘Residentie Corda’ comprising 15 apartments and one office space was given its name. ‘Corda’ is a German motorcycle manufacturer specialising in sidecar combinations, asymmetric constructions just like the architecture of the building.  

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Rugged and robust character of Brick R triumphs as part of an architectural gem

Rugged and robust character of Brick R triumphs as part of an architectural gem

Cadiz, 40.000m² of housing, offices, a residential care facility, cafés, restaurants and shops

Cadiz is a multifunctional block in the Cadixwijk on the Eilandje in Antwerp. The construction of this prestigious project has helped to create a brand new, fashionable district within the city.

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Subtle colour variations in the clay pavers create a warm ambience both inside and outside

Subtle colour variations in the clay pavers create a warm ambience both inside and outside

'Docks Bruxsel' architectural shopping centre with a unique appeal thanks to clay pavers

The Docks Bruxsel architectural complex is part of a larger urban project with the aim of transforming abandoned industrial wasteland into a new lively and dynamic district on the outskirts of the city.

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Hand-made Linea 3007 facing brick is the perfect match with the natural surroundings

Hand-made Linea 3007 facing brick is the perfect match with the natural surroundings

Generously proportioned contemporary villa that gives a nod to old farmhouse

This project has provided a home for a couple and their guests in the middle of an impressive green environment. The distinguishing features of the house are two large pitched volumes that are in stark contrast with the surrounding level ground but perfectly offset against the tall trees.  

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The old gasworks in Lier

The old gasworks in Lier

Coherent architecture with variations in shade

As the name suggests, the project is situated on the site of the old gasworks on the outskirts of Lier.  

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Mix of hand-made facing bricks combines peace and liveliness

Mix of hand-made facing bricks combines peace and liveliness

New Sint-Antonius residential care facility in Brussels South

Sint-Antonius is a residential care facility situated in the centre of the quiet village of Sint-Pieters-Leeuw. 

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Light grey clay paver demonstrates its versatility as a paving material

Light grey clay paver demonstrates its versatility as a paving material

Show garder full of variety creates haven of peace and openness

As managers of family business Tuinen Hoornaert, the pair designed the outside space with two aims in mind: to create both a peaceful oasis for the family and also an inspiring show garden for customers. The result: a garden that stimulates the senses and spontaneously inspires ideas while at the same time looking completely natural and simple. 

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Atmospheric garden with an open character thanks to Lava clay pavers

Atmospheric garden with an open character thanks to Lava clay pavers

Contemporary outside space is a pleasant place in which to relax

Landscape and garden designer Stijn De Baets was given the challenge of creating a garden with a holiday feel and peaceful atmosphere. "The feel is the prime concern while paying due attention to architectural guidelines and proportions. It is mainly a question of interpreting what a space requires in order to allow it to realise its maximum potential", explains Stijn.   

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The unique enclosed garden of the Museum of the Canals in Amsterdam

The unique enclosed garden of the Museum of the Canals in Amsterdam

Part of the museum that helps tell the history of the ring of canals

The museum about Amsterdam’s ring of canals is housed in a beautiful large mansion on a bend of the Herengracht. Behind this unique building which provides the ideal location for the museum, there is a spacious garden twelve metres wide and thirty metres long. While being exceptional for the area, the garden fits in perfectly with the status and the character of this building. 

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The re-evaluation of the historic Vondelpark Pavilion in Amsterdam

The re-evaluation of the historic Vondelpark Pavilion in Amsterdam

A clear and directional design

In 2014, the space outside the beautifully renovated pavilion which houses the cultural hotspot VondelCS was adapted to complement the restoration.

The brief was to ensure that the area immediately surrounding the building not only provided the perfect foil for the pavilion but also fitted in with Jan David Zocher’s design for the Vondelpark dating back to 1865. 

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Unique appearance of dark Graphite clay paver dominates Tour & Taxis plaza

Unique appearance of dark Graphite clay paver dominates Tour & Taxis plaza

Or how a natural clay paver can blend in with its surroundings

Tour & Taxis is a unique location with exceptional architecture in the heart of our Belgian capital. Here you will find a wide variety of tenants, exciting showrooms, various businesses, gourmet restaurants, services and an urban project full of promise for the whole district.  

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Creativity with facing bricks defines look of office building

Creativity with facing bricks defines look of office building

Brick has been and still is the most durable and timeless material

CAW Oost-Vlaanderen is in the process of constructing an office building with primary care facilities and 16 short-stay units on the site of a former brewery in the heart of Sint-Gillis-bij-Dendermonde. 

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Brick-clad office building with Infinitum 3003, the tone has been set!

Brick-clad office building with Infinitum 3003, the tone has been set!

The link between traditional and innovative architecture

When the project manager and the architect are one and the same person, the outcome is always awaited with keen anticipation.  It invariably leads to unique realisations that exhibit great attention to detail. 

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A garden to unwind with a functional edge

A garden to unwind with a functional edge

The logical option of clay pavers, a fair and sustainable garden element oozing character

The client, Koen, lives very near to his business at the French border. He longed for a place where he could unwind, with no connections whatsoever to his hatchery business. Landscape architect Berwout Dochy's mission was to design a garden based on this brief.  

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Vertical applications concept

Vertical applications concept

Facing bricks as a creative source of a new school building

A brand new building has been erected at the north side of the sports facility, on the playgrounds of the elementary school building. The new school building is home to a nursery school and equipped with several class rooms and all of the facilities that teachers need to fulfil their tasks in the best way possible.  

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Clay pavers create the perfect transition between nature and the home

Clay pavers create the perfect transition between nature and the home

Swimming amongst waves of green

Sometimes nature specifically defines how a garden should look. The owners of a piece of land in the historic dunes at Sint-Martens-Latem were extremely fond of the rolling green hills and the wooded area around their home. Garden contractor Frederiek Snaet was given the task to respect this natural setting whilst adding a sleek but simple swimming pool. 

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Modest church building with a natural look

Modest church building with a natural look

A unique brick for a unique project

The architecture of the new church building is based on two starting points: the powerful lines of the original burnt down church, and the wish to make the building a great place to meet.  

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Belval, a François Schuiten-style utopia

Belval, a François Schuiten-style utopia

Graphite clay pavers unite and colour the neighbourhood

The project to which Vande Moortel has been able to contribute with its clay pavers is located at the heart of this large site: the redevelopment of public spaces at Terrasse des Hauts Fourneaux, where the twenty buildings of the Cité des Sciences stand. 

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The 2016 RHS Hampton Flower Show.

The 2016 RHS Hampton Flower Show.

We were proud to have helped these lovely causes and gardens

RHS Hampton Court Palace Flower Show 

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The pharmacy of the future

The pharmacy of the future

Traditional Flemish brickwork with a contemporary look

The client contacted the architect with a clear vision in mind. What would become 'the pharmacy of the future', was confirmed by concepts such as customer centricity, functionality, architecture and detailing. The result is a powerful sample of innovative architecture in every way 

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Linea 8012 and SeptimA Claret in unique and surprising applications

Linea 8012 and SeptimA Claret in unique and surprising applications

Uniformity as a concept

As the owner of this building is the co-manager of a construction company, this project needed to reference this in every way. The resulting building stands out in more ways than one. Within its environment the building catches - very subtly - the eye architecturally, technically and conceptually.  

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A façade structure full of contrast thanks to yellow brown Nature7 Brick V

A façade structure full of contrast thanks to yellow brown Nature7 Brick V

Modern apartment building with clever design

The apartment building was built on a very narrow plot which forms a transition between a large building from the 1960s and a typical corner lot in an authentic side street of the ring road. Due to the protection of historic buildings and the cohesion of this side street, this corner lot could not be demolished.

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Refurbishment of 'Orlyplein' as a meeting place

Refurbishment of 'Orlyplein' as a meeting place

The return of the human dimension

The Sloterdijk area is undergoing a thorough redevelopment. It was once a business centre mainly comprising offices and industry, but this is set to change. Over the coming years, it will gradually be transformed into a more varied city area that is not only better linked to its surroundings, but where it will also be possible to live. 

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Successful restoration highlights beauty of Givet's historic centre

Successful restoration highlights beauty of Givet's historic centre

The Meuse quayside is transformed by its new clay paving

No less than 4,800 m2 of clay paving and 8,000 m2 of asphalt pavement and roads were necessary to transform a public space originally used by cars into a pleasant area for all sorts of people and passers-by. 

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Place du Marché in Roanne adds colour to the town once again

Place du Marché in Roanne adds colour to the town once again

Parking lot becomes town square in a mosaic of clay pavers

An upcoming trend in city development these days is to give the village and town squares back to the pedestrians, at the expense of cars. In Roanne, a French town in the Loire Department and the Rhône-Alpes region, this metamorphosis is being realized within the framework of an extensive plan to bring new life to the town centre and its pedestrian streets.

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Room-sized garden at the rear of a newish town house in Otley

Room-sized garden at the rear of a newish town house in Otley

Clients wanted a durable, not fading and practical non-slip material

The clients, Angela and Richard, approached garden designer, Helen Taylor in 2014 to redesign their tiny room-sized garden (approx. 5 x 5 metres) at the rear of their newish town house in Otley. The existing decking had become treacherously slippy and dark when wet and they wanted to have it replaced with a practical non-slip material. 

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Powerful appearance thanks to dark facing bricks with contrasting finish

Powerful appearance thanks to dark facing bricks with contrasting finish

new library to become Zoersel's new village icon

The new library is set to become Zoersel's new village icon. The building is the result of a balancing exercise between designing a building that is tailored to the village on the one hand, and demonstrating its role as a public building on the other hand.

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Clay paver connecting all garden elements

Clay paver connecting all garden elements

A blue and grey mosaic around an azure blue centre

In this functional contemporary garden pleasure and ease of maintenance are the focus. The remarkably spacious grass lawn forms the ideal space for garden parties, children at play and games.  

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Authentic clay pavers provide a seamless transition between the interior and the exterior

Authentic clay pavers provide a seamless transition between the interior and the exterior

A peaceful haven in all seasons

Gianni De Clercq from Green Concepts was given the briefing to design a garden which the owners could enjoy all year round. In the midst of all the hustle and bustle there should be a functional and low-maintenance area, combining the traditional character with some modern elements.  

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Budget-friendly housing with a strong element of decorative brickwork

Budget-friendly housing with a strong element of decorative brickwork

3 formats of brick contribute towards this characteristic, raised façade

For the design of this building, which is situated in a rural area, the architects had to contend with a tight budget. In order to reduce construction costs, they proposed limiting the surface area of the project and also keeping the level of intervention by subcontractors to a minimum.  

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Huis van Hendrik with courtyard garden wins Lieven de Key Medal 2014!

Huis van Hendrik with courtyard garden wins Lieven de Key Medal 2014!

SeptimA Sepia paver in top design

On 18 November 2014, during the presentation of the Lieven de Key Medal at the town hall in Haarlem, the project “Huis van Hendrik” was awarded two prizes. Both the professional jury and the public chose the Huis van Hendrik as a winner. It is the first time in the history of this prize that a project has won a prize from both the professional jury and the public. It can rightly be referred to as unique. 

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Garden at London’s Royal Academy of Arts by Tom Stuart Smith

Garden at London’s Royal Academy of Arts by Tom Stuart Smith

SeptimA pavers in the center of London

Tom Stuart-Smith has created a new garden at the Royal Academy in the heart of London. In a previously neglected space, closely surrounded by buildings and with very little natural light, the Keepers House Garden creates a lush green retreat and café seating area – just a few hundred meters away from the noise and bustle of Piccadilly Circus.  

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Walls of linea 6012 connect the exterior and interior of this mews house

Walls of linea 6012 connect the exterior and interior of this mews house

Blackbox: Culford Mews London by Form Art Architects

The idea of the mews served as the starting point for Blackbox in more ways than just its physical location. In contrast to the traditional mews architecture of solid brick enclosures with tiny windows and little daylight, this design is filled with light, but still respects the contextual language of a 'solid box'.  

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Vision and design for Haagstreek, Leidschendam

Vision and design for Haagstreek, Leidschendam

How pavers can work in a design for a care environment

The (long-term) care that is provided in the Haagstreek health facility focuses on patients’ mental health. But the various services provided here all have their own specific spatial needs. Vollmer & Partners’ vision was aimed at achieving a tranquil “healing environment” and optimum coordination between the specific care provided in this facility and the surroundings. The plan provides for a qualitative outdoor space that is superbly tailored to the architecture of the new care buildings in terms of composition, and the colours and materials used.  

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Ancienne Belgique Copper Brown at private Garden in Ravenscour Park, London

Ancienne Belgique Copper Brown at private Garden in Ravenscour Park, London

A rich palette of materials consisting of Vande Moortel clay paving

"A rich palette of materials consisting of Vande Moortel clay paving, Bingley Sandstone from Yorkshire, traditional weathered London Stock bricks and Bronzino bronze cauldrons brought a sophisticated and elegant feel to this private garden in Ravenscourt Park, London W12. 

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Care home, Huise-Zingem (Belgium) by Sergison Bates Architects

Care home, Huise-Zingem (Belgium) by Sergison Bates Architects

An English view on Flemish tradition

Sergison Bates architects have earned a reputation as one of the UK’s leading architectural practices. Recently they were responsible for the development of a care home in Huise-Zingem, Belgium. 

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Jack Woolley's "Spiral House" with linea 3016

Jack Woolley's "Spiral House" with linea 3016

Winner of the RIBA Viewpoint competition (RIBA Journal; Sept. 2015)

The site in Balham, abandoned for the past 15 years and overrun by Japanese knotweed, was originally the garden of a neighbouring building. It made the ground works complicated but the site unappealing to developers and hence affordable.

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Winner New London Architecture Award 2012

Winner New London Architecture Award 2012

Library Street affordable housing, London built with Linea facing bricks

The New London Awards recognise the very best in architecture, planning and development in the capital. New and proposed projects were eligible across all sectors of the built environment and were judged by an international jury.

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back garden with a subtle mix of traditional materials

back garden with a subtle mix of traditional materials

Pearlgrey clay paver in a design of Victoria Wade Landscapes of Penarth, Cardiff

The brief given to Victoria Wade Landscapes of Penarth, Cardiff was to create an elegant 'outdoor living room' for her client. 

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Huddersfield University, West Yorkshire

Huddersfield University, West Yorkshire

Septima Terrestre clay paver in two different methods of flexible construction

Vande Moortel’s Septima Terrestre was used extensively on the hard landscaping to this new project at Huddersfield University’s Learning and Leisure Centre on their City Centre Campus.  

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Hobson's Square, a significant new public space for Cambridge

Hobson's Square, a significant new public space for Cambridge

clay paving: a unique blend of colours in 3 sizes

As Phase 1 of the public space known as Hobson's Square at Countryside Property's Great Kneighton Development nears completion, the design incorporating a unique blend of colours from Vande Moortel's Ancienne Belgique, Septima and Decima range of clay pavers specified by Place Design+Planning of London can now be seen to its full potential.

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Renovation of a five story townhouse in North Oxford

Renovation of a five story townhouse in North Oxford

curve-linear design with Ancienne Belgique Camel

The final stage in the complete renovation of this five story townhouse in a North Oxford Conservation Area was carried out using the design and architectural services of Rogue Designs of Eynsham.  

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Newhall, Harlow with Vande Moortel Clay Pavers

Newhall, Harlow with Vande Moortel Clay Pavers

A high standard of design

Newhall is planned to be self–sufficient meeting the everyday needs of its 6,000 residents with primary schools, community facilities, employment, convenience shops and services, sports and leisure spaces. 

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The 2013 centenary Chelsea Flower Show!

The 2013 centenary Chelsea Flower Show!

Vande Moortel at the most famous flower show in the world

At the 2013 Chelsea Flower Show designers chose Vande Moortel pavers for two award winning gardens. SeptimA Mahogany took centre stage in the Gold Medal winning East Village Garden. In the Silver Gilt Medal winning Massachusetts Garden SeptimA Olive pavers were chosen to complement the garden’s novel use of leather panels.

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