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A Fabulous Facade of Fireclay Tile

Fireclay Tile’s handmade, locally-sourced, super-strong glazed brick tiles were recently featured in an auspicious project by San Francisco architect David Baker.


388 Fulton, a micro-residential development, is comprised of 70 studio and two-bedroom apartments built around a courtyard. With ample bicycle parking, the high-density building is designed to encourage the use of alternative transportation.


The building façade is adorned in Fireclay Tile’s Thin Brick—a sustainably manufactured tile made of 100% reclaimed earth.


While the individual bricks in the Thin Brick Collection have a rustic appearance, the 388 Fulton façade is clean and contemporary—the graphite color gives it an eye-catching reflective quality.


Fireclay Tile’s Thin Bricks are available in 24 unique, lead-free glazes, in addition to custom colors. Contact Fireclay Tile for more information.
Posted December 21st, 2016 by Joseph Starr

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