Story at a glance:
- Glen-Gery recently launched its 2022 collection at the Brickworks Design Studio in NYC.
- The new collection includes a brick face that shimmers, bricks in new colors, and more.
- Celebrations included an exclusive G21: Fashion on Fifth product unveil and book launch in partnership with the NYCxDesign Festival.
A brick face that shines, new colors, and monochromatic tone bricks are among the latest offers from Glen-Gery Corporation, a brand of Brickworks.
Glen-Gery recently hosted G21: Fashion on Fifth—the official unveiling of Glen-Gery’s new products available in 2022. The event was followed by the NYCxDESIGN & Glen-Gery Materiality book launch and panel discussion, in celebration of the brand’s newest architectural publication.
The collection features new products like:
Metallix Series: A brick face that glimmers to spark immediate interest with great subtlety. Currently available in Platinum, Titanium, and Cuprum colors. With its depth of color, the Metallix range reflects light on finished brickwork, creating a satin metallic sheen that will lend depth and sophistication to every project.
Endless Skies Series: Combines today’s color trends with versatility and value in four colors, including Night Smoke, Taupe Horizon, Sunset Sun and Tuscan Sun (a traditional red). The range offers the perfect options for anyone designing a contemporary or conventional home.
Aviator Series: Several distinct monochromatic tone bricks with sharp contrasts that resemble those of early aircraft and aviation equipment. The colors are unique and versatile, creating an architectural feel that will stand out on the block, available in Charter White, Pilot Gray, and Jet Black.
Kite Breeze (International): With its combination of geometric design and livable functionality, every aspect of Kite Breeze has been carefully considered. Available in three iconic colors: Dune, Terracotta, and White Glaze.
Materiality celebrates the beauty of design, thoughtful creativity of designers, and explores the use of brick and concrete block in contemporary architecture, as well as issues of urban density and design. In this latest volume, readers will find a collection of peer-reviewed projects from some of the most highly respected architects in Australia and the US, as well as commentary in the form of illustrated essays by architects and academics.