PGH Bricks & Pavers  presents the new Vibrant Collection of clay bricks, one of four new collections introduced in 2010 for builders and home renovators.  

Architects and building designers have for long, preferred the use of bricks for their ability to blend easily with existing buildings while also offering endless opportunities for individual design.  

Brick trends have continuously changed over the decades with cream and brown bricks popular in the 70s followed by gradient bricks in the 80s and red bricks infused with shades of brown in the 90s.  

The new Vibrant Collection from PGH Bricks & Pavers includes ceramic glazed bricks in seven attractive colours, encouraging home renovators and builders to experiment with colour and personalise the look of the building.  

Key advantages of the Vibrant Collection:  

  • Palette of seven fun and funky colours creates a new design perspective
  • Finished with a full ceramic glaze
  • Suitable for indoor or outdoor use
  • Seven colours include Cosmic (plum), Fizz (yellow), Paris (pink), Wasabi (green), Rhapsody (blue), Tango (orange) and Watermelon (red) 
The Vibrant Collection of colour bricks offers high versatility in application. For instance, Wasabi, Fizz and Rhapsody bricks can be used for the kids’ bedrooms while adults can enjoy the Vibrant range by creating an eye-catching mosaic or feature wall in the living room using a combination of colours.

According to Jennifer Page, Architectural Segment Manager NSW for PGH Bricks & Pavers, the Vibrant Collection has attracted the attention of interior designers and architects who are interested in exploring the use of these bricks in feature fireplaces, cafes and bars as well as feature walls in addition to interior and exterior applications in the residential market. Tango and Wasabi bricks are the most popular colours in the range.