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Brick by brick: B20 unveils over 100 new and innovative building products

Brick by brick: B20 unveils over 100 new and innovative building products

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29-10-2020
WATCH: Highlights from the world of architecture and design.

The culmination of a year’s worth of exceptional innovation, research and development, B20 unveiled more than 100 new products during its digital broadcast on Thursday evening. The screening was the first of its kind to come from market-leading building products company Brickworks and is now available for catch-up viewing.

During a year when online streaming has rapidly become the new way for brands to connect with audiences, B20 by Brickworks shone the spotlight on inspiring new collections from the company’s immense portfolio of bricks, concrete, masonry and roof tiles. A raft of impressive products that when combined with Brickworks’ ongoing work in the field is destined to influence the future of the built environment. 

B20 by Brickworks – product launch 2020

“Our team has been hard at work exploring technologies and testing innovation to bring a new range of dynamic building materials to the market,” says Brett Ward, Brickworks’ general manager international marketing. “B20 demonstrates our commitment to new advancements.”

Hosted by Dana Tomic Hughes, founder of Yellowtrace, in collaboration with industry experts including industrial designer Adam Goodrum and trend forecaster Kim Chadwick, B20 celebrated the reinvention of classic building materials, driven by global architecture trends and a fresh Australian perspective.

View details of the full collection here. For a selection of highlights from B20, see below.

brickworks.com.au

WATCH: BRICKWORKS PRESENTS B20

Our team has been hard at work exploring technologies and testing innovation to bring a new range of dynamic building materials to the market.

Brett Ward General manager international marketing,
Brickworks

B20 by Brickworks – product launch 2020

Bowral Blends by Bowral Bricks.
B20 by Brickworks – product launch 2020

La Paloma by Austral Bricks.
B20 by Brickworks – product launch 2020

Mineral Contours by Austral Bricks.
B20 by Brickworks – product launch 2020

Overland by Daniel Robertson.
B20 by Brickworks – product launch 2020

Stratos Series by Austral Bricks.

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