Great Brick Supplier and Manufacturer in Malaysia
As a building material supplier in Malaysia, we have been operating in the brick manufacturing industry in Malaysia over 25 years. During this period, we learned to produce high-quality products and deliver excellent customer service and provide satisfying products for you.
Getting some designs and ideas to build with bricks in Malaysia. You can build with unique designs by using our common clay bricks as a foundation. If you would like to design your building with a rustic spirit, our bricks will be your choice. Our bricks give a warm and beautiful interior design. Besides, our bricks can also be used for the exterior as well with the right lighting to achieve a state of rustic warmth. Check out our brick designs for buildings that leave you impressed.
The Twisting Veil
The Twisting Veil South Asian Human Rights Documentation Centre by Anagram Architects, Delhi, India
Harnessing the flexibility of bricks as rotatable modules, Anagram Architects conceived an elevation that allows for ample natural ventilation while reducing noise and providing shade from the intense heat of the Indian sun. Designed for clients with limited resources, the use of brick was ideal for the creation of a highly complex façade at reasonably low cost.
The Rippled Skin
Mulberry House by SHoP Architects,
New York City, United States
Located on a street corner in Manhattan’s stylish NoLita neighbourhood, SHoP Architect’s black bricks illustrate how a subtle articulation of this material can channel light and shade for a striking architectural aesthetic. The faceted panels are not load-bearing, instead wrapping the building as a contemporary skin that pays tribute to the historic brick façades of the area.
The Singular Chasm
Pabellón Agrícola Almazara Santurde
by Barcena and Zufiaur Arquitectos, Santurde, Spain
This olive oil factory in Northern Spain illustrates how brick can also be used to create distinctive architecture via simple massing and a strong silhouette: the two primary functions of the building are housed within two homogenous volumes split by a single void. These windowless brick façades look solid and smooth from afar but possess a subtle textured quality that provides an added element of richness when viewed up close.
Contact Us for Facing and Fair-face bricks in Malaysia
As you know, bricks are the common building material used in Malaysia made from clay and concrete. Our common clay brick products are useful in various construction which includes homes, business towers and other building structures. We believe that bricks are fundamental construction materials for a building.
If you plan to decorate your wall, facing and fair-face bricks are your option. By applying the characteristics of the facing bricks, you can create a more natural appearance on your commercial building or home appearance. Enquire us now.
The Patchwork Pattern
Community Centre Westvleteren by Atelier Tom Vanhee, Poperinge, Belgium
In many renovations and extensions, hours are spent attempting to match the varied texture and colour of bricks to knit together old and new. However, Atelier Tom Vanhee elected to go in the opposite direction with this community centre in Belgium, expressing additions and subtractions with the use of contrasting bricks that celebrate the evolution of a building over the course of many years.
The Perforated Grid
ABC Building by WISE Architecture, Seoul, South Korea
WISE Architecture’s office building in Seoul, South Korea, combines the homogenous, sculptural qualities of Pabellón Agrícola Almazara Santurde with the permeable nature of the South Asian Human Rights Documentation Centre. Bricks were laid with slight gaps for certain parts of the façade, allowing light and air to filter through to walkways hidden behind layers of black brick.
The Pixelated Pod
Pixel House by Mass Studies and Slade Architecture, Tanhyeon-myeon, South Korea
Slade Architecture’s Korean home for a young family reveals the versatility of brick as a modular element, speaking to the fluid complexity of architecture in the digital era. As the firm describes, “The bricks provide a very tangible sense of scale and of the making, the process of turning the abstract into the real … the number of pixels determines the smoothness of a digital image; the smoothness of this house is determined by the brick module — the result is a 9,675-pixel house, where 1 Pixel = 1 Brick.”