Brick paneling is an excellent way to achieve spectacular feature walls in any domestic or commercial environment, particularly since contrasting textures are now such an important design criteria. Of course, with over 1000 timber products in our portfolio, our passion for wood is indisputable. But occasionally we find a non-wood product which impresses us enough to include it. These brick wall panels are such a product. You can recreate the Servian Wall overnight, emulate the Arc de Triomf in under a week, or simply turn pillars of plaster into pillars of stone in a day; if you've a mind to do something special, this is the product which will enable you to bring it to life.
Trikbrik is the patented brick paneling system
Contemporary design is all about textures, so brick and stone now feature strongly in interiors. The downside is that these materials are heavy, messy to fit and require employing a skilled bricklayer or stonemason. Brick veneer, otherwise known as thin brick, makes use of any existing structure, but is equally as messy and still requires skilled labour for installation.
TrikBrik is completely different. These brick panels are designed as a metre square interlocking system and come complete with mastic and paints (sometimes several to achieve the effect) to hide the joins. They enable you to achieve authentic-looking brick and stone walls and other features, quickly and cleanly using unskilled labour.
The patented manufacturing system is the result of no less than 30-years research. Crushed marble stone is mixed with high density polyurethane and polyester resin to produce an exceptionally light yet durable, highly realistic panel, with excellent thermal, acoustic and flame retardant properties. TrikBrik is water repellant and non-permeable, so will not be affected by humidity; nor will it fade in the sun. The panels are easily cut to size, requiring no special tools, and can be treated with anti-graffiti formula if required. Furthermore, they can be repainted with a polyester resin paint; so when your Arc de Triomf starts to pall in red, you can always paint it purple.