The Altitude Collection energises the traditional brick aesthetic and leaves earthiness behind
March 11th, 2013
The Altitude Collection takes up where traditional bricks left off. Instead of the conventional, earthy look, it is energised and textured.
Altitude Collection: Venus
Each Altitude colour has decidedly more verve than is expected of a brick collection, and they also have a completely different look and feel. PGH Bricks and Pavers have given them this unique surface by a combination of being textured, semi-glazed, and wire-cut.
Altitude Collection: Everest
This leaves behind the glass-like visage of fully glazed bricks, creating instead a stylised surface, perfect for the emerging trend of internal brick walls.
Altitude Collection: Apollo
Altitude Collection’s Apollo with Crevole from Lifestyle Collection
The current collection is Apollo, Venus, Olympus, Everest and Polaris. They aren’t wildly unconventional, rather, each hue takes a conventional colour and energises it – creating a shade that is remarkably more interesting.
Altitude Collection: Polaris
Each colour exudes its own warmth – with a variation in intensity of colour across each face. It is a palette that simply begs the eye to use it in a design vision.
Altitude Collection: Olympus
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