Waterstruck, coal-fired bricks. Made in the formats DNF, FF and HF and in 39 colours.
The original 100% handmade Kolumba™. For brickwork and tiling. Available in 30 colours.
A 100% handmade brick product for facades and roofs. Numerous colours, easy to install.
All types of special bricks. Handmade and glazed brick in bespoke formats and colours.
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Technical information, data sheets, guides and textures for all products.
Projects with Petersen Tegl from all over the world. Many building functions and brick types.
Our magazine about brick and architecture. Published twice a year in three languages.
Our book of inspiration which shows 59 projects with bricks in interior design.
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Our brickworks has made brick and custom solutions for nine generations since 1791.
We work closely with architects, construction clients and artists from all over the world.
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The Kensington Building | London | Pilbrow & Partners Architects | Kolumba K91 | Photo by Hufton + Crow
The Kensington Building
Light grey Kolumba in new Kensington building
The Kensington Building, situated 127 Kensington High Street, is an inspiring new place to work in one of central London’s most exciting neighbourhoods.
The Kensington Building has flexible floor plates, high levels of natural light and alongside a number of carefully landscaped terraces.
The building has excellent sustainability credentials; by reusing and repurposing 60% of the existing structure and foundations, embodied carbon has been reduced by 30% compared to a typical new-build office, while 100% of the building’s electricity comes from carbon neutral sources.
The Kensington Building, 127 Kensington High Street. London
Architect: Pilbrow & Partners
Photos: Hufton + Crow
Fritz Hansen + Kolumba
Fritz Hansen celebrates 150 years with a sustainable pavilion by Henning Larsen Architects, in the garden of Design Museum Danmark.
The pavilion will be used for various events in the Design Museum until autumn.
Fritz Hansen decided early to use Petersen tegl in the project.
A reception desk in the museum and a bar in the pavilion were made of K92.
Photos: Anders Sune Berg
Bricks return in high rise buildings - click to read...
Eu Mies Award ’22 nominee
Pierres Blanches Cultural Centre. Raum Architects. Saint-Jean-de-Boisseau, France. Petersen D71 DNF. Photo by Audrey Cerdan
Traction Stations Brabo 2, Antwerpen. Van Belle & Medina Architects. Petersen D72. Photo by Stijn Bollaert.
EU Mies Award '22 nominee
Stenhöga office building, Stockholm. Tham & Videgård Architects. Petersen D71.
Photo by E:son Lindman
Deutscher Ziegelpreis 2021 Main prize winner
Stylepark Neubau, Frankfurt am Main. NKBAK Architects. Petersen D46 in three different formats
Winner Fritz Höger award
Haus am Englischen Garten, Munich, Germany - Winner in category Silver. Baumstark Bielmeier Architekten with Axel Baudendistel. Brick: K51. Photo: Florian Holzherr
EU Mies Award ’22 nominee
Muslim Burial and Prayer House, Hamburg. Petersen D72. Photo by Jens Franke.
EU Mies Award '22 nominee.
Z33 House for Contemporary Art, Hasselt. By Francesca Torzos Architetto.
Photo by Gion Balthasar von Albertini
Museum De Lakenhal, Leiden, By Happel Cornelisse Verhoeven Architects.
Photo by Paul Kozlowski
Winner Fritz Höger Award
Johann Jacobs Haus, Bremen, Germany - Winner in category BRONZE. Felgendreher Olfs Köchling Architekten. Brick: D48 DNF. Photo: Rainer Rehfeld
winner Fritz Höger Award
Museum de Lakenhal, Leiden, the Netherlands - winner in category NOMINEE. Happel Cornelisse Verhoeven Architects. Brick: D190, DNF & custom bricks. Photo: Karin Borghouts. Article about the project in Petersen Magazine 42, 2019
Stylepark Neubau am Peterskirchhof, Frankfurt am Main, Germany - winner in category NOMINEE.
NKBAK Architects. Brick: D46 in several formats. Photo: Thomas Mayer. Article about the project in Petersen Magazine 41, 2019.
Taking Time - Louisiana Museum of Modern Art
Last year, Anupama Kundoo took part in a competition to build a new guesthouse at Krabbesholm Højskole. Her concept involved Kolumba and a description of both the project and the brick is included in the exhibition at Louisiana.
As part of the Swedish television series about dream homes, Husdrömmar, architect Gert Wingårdh visited Petersen Tegl. See the programme in Swedish on www.svtplay.se (13/1/19)
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CAP 7 AM
Experience the brickworks and the production facilities with brickworks owner Christian A. Petersen on his daily morning round. SEE MORE >
'Bibliotecha' - sculpture by artist Ulla Viotti in Kivik, Sweden. READ MORE >