Light Flash Waterstruck Brick

Available sizes:

  • 3⅝ x 2¼ x 7⅝”
  • 3⅝ x 2⅛ x 7⅝”

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Water-struck Brick has become symbolic of the mindset and cultural fabric of New England: hard, somewhat irregular in appearance, steadfast but unpredictable, and stubbornly able to withstand adversity and thrive in a hostile physical climate. First fired in the 17th century in Medford, Massachusetts, from clay from the Mystic River flats, water-struck brick was the essential building block of Georgian New England and remains the choice for institutions and individuals seeking links to the great tradition of building in that part of the world.  

  • David N. Fixler, AIA, LEED