PGH Bricks & Pavers are changing our perceptions of what a brick can be with their Vibrant Collection.
May 2nd, 2012
Consisting of seven eye-catching shades, the Vibrant Collection from PGH brings fun and colour to a project with its striking palette.
Finished with a full ceramic glaze, the bricks are perfect for internal or external use.
Seven colours make up the Vibrant Collection – Cosmic (plum), Fizz (yellow), Paris (pink), Wasabi (green), Rhapsody (blue), Tango (orange) and Watermelon (red).
With a vast range of colours and finishes to choose from, PGH bricks extend the ability for architects and designers to capture a client’s personality, sense of style and fashion within the façade of a project.
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