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Architects Journal
Michael Hammett

Stories by contributor

  • Theme: bricks, blocks and pavers


    To maintain choice and keep abreast of contemporary preferences, manufacturers regularly launch new varieties of masonry products, particularly new facing bricks and blocks.
  • Bonding with tradition


    CRAFTSMANSHIP: Michael Hammett meets a young man with the skills and dedication to follow the old ways
  • Open wide for warmth


    SUSTAINABLE BUILDING: Michael Hammett looks at the wide cavities at the innovative BedZED
  • Pushing the envelope


    CLADDING: Our neighbours are having fun with brick. Michael Hammett sees how it all ties up
  • Colour variation


    Michael Hammett, senior architect, BDA
  • Precast quality


    Michael Hammett looks at two schemes which combine speed, consistency and brickwork of exceptional character
  • Wash and brush up on JLE


    Michael Hammett takes a look at the nineteenth-century brickwork put to new use at London Bridge Station
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