clinker brick

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Noun1.clinker brick - a hard brick used as a paving stone
brick - rectangular block of clay baked by the sun or in a kiln; used as a building or paving material
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"The public realm in Friargate is designed by international landscape architects Gross Max and made from the highest quality materials including grey granite and Dutch clinker brick.
The plaza's masonry walls are clad with clinker brick, a cast off of the brickmaking process, whose curvature and malformations are accented, rather than minimized.
(3.) Clinker, a pun on Clinker Brick an historic, vitrified, extremely high fire dark iron brown brick.
In formal terms, the blocks arc obviously siblings, with chiselled facades of rust and violet-hued clinker brick that give them a delicately flecked, almost tweedy countenance.
Clinker brick was removed, beige-green tile demolished, dingy signage taken out, and the public designs of the workers and farmers' state were obliterated.
The clinker brick was a hard-burned clay brick that had been examined previously using the ESRF microtomography unit (6) at a resolution of 6.67 [micro]m per pixel.
Built in a period of rebellion against Victorian gimcrackery and curlicues, Shadelands bears early traces of the Arts and Crafts movement--with clinker brick fireplaces, a mission-style dining table, and more straight lines than curves.