The use of terracotta continues to grow in Colorminium’s portfolio. Of late the product has been very popular amongst our clients and architects as demonstrated on The Royal Holloway University Library and Bonhams Auction House – both recently completed by Colorminium. Terracotta is often used in heritage environments where planning conditions dictate material applications. However, this can be done to ensure that the architectural design is fitting but ultimately it is very architecturally pleasing. Use of this artisan product can be challenging due to its fragility, but with experience can be used highly effectively.
Colorminium’s use of Terracotta
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