Basic principles


1. Harmony in replication. Too pretentious or bold techniques during mass construction become too recognizable, which means they quickly get bored. The developed delicate solutions look as harmonious as possible even when building large areas:

2. Timeless design. Discreet, austere design and brick facing (clinker tiles) now look expensive and modern. But even after 50 years, such solutions will not lose their relevance and will be perceived as classics:

3. Three facade options for environmental diversity.

Naturally, all three options mix well with each other:

a variant with a nuanced facade pattern and a developed first floor; protruding charismatic arches bring down the scale to human size
the variant with sprawling windows (but without fanaticism); a pattern of dark gray bricks splits the facade panels into smaller, human-scaled articulations
classic «German» variant of maroon brick; small facade plastic makes the house more co-large-scale and cozy

4. Invisible panel joints. Brick joints at the borders of the panels are masked. The houses look completely built of bricks:

5. The construct is preserved as much as possible. The boundaries of window openings, the permissible depth of the relief (up to 3-7 cm), the dimensions of the panels, etc., the maximum of these design solutions is taken into account:

6. Penthouse. The height of the last floor has been increased by 500 mm. This solution is economically justified and can be implemented in the conditions of existing production:

7. Connection. In order to form a new building principle, the typologies of facades are combined with different approaches:

8. Favorite brick. Buyers appreciate brick facades: