award, petersen tegl, Christian A. Petersen, Klas Sundkvist
Fjordenhus, Kirk Kapital, OLAFUR ELIASSON, Maitland Riverlink, Dordrecht, Marienkirche, Prenzlauer Berg, Vesterbro Torv, Rennesøy, The Lighterman
petersen, Kolumba, Bo Bedre Designpris, award
petersen, Kunstmuseum Basel, Wienerberger Brick Award, sharing public spaces, Christ Gantenden Architekten
petersen, Kolumba, Bo Bedre Designpris, award
petersen, Kunstmuseum Basel, Wienerberger Brick Award, sharing public spaces, Christ Gantenden Architekten
petersen, Kolumba, Bo Bedre Designpris, award
petersen, Kunstmuseum Basel, Wienerberger Brick Award, sharing public spaces, Christ Gantenden Architekten
Tivoli, Corner, Petersen Cover, Pei Cobb Freed & Partners Architects
Tivoli, Corner, Petersen Cover, Pei Cobb Freed & Partners Architects
Tivoli, Corner, Petersen Cover, Pei Cobb Freed & Partners Architects
Tivoli, Corner, Petersen Cover, Pei Cobb Freed & Partners Architects
Tivoli, Corner, Petersen Cover, Pei Cobb Freed & Partners Architects
Tivoli, Corner, Petersen Cover, Pei Cobb Freed & Partners Architects
Tivoli, Corner, Petersen Cover, Pei Cobb Freed & Partners Architects
Biennale Architettura 2018, Francesca Torzo, Z33 House for Contemporary Art, Petersen Tegl, Tile cladding
Biennale Architettura 2018, Francesca Torzo, Z33 House for Contemporary Art, Petersen Tegl, Tile cladding
Biennale Architettura 2018, Francesca Torzo, Z33 House for Contemporary Art, Petersen Tegl, Tile cladding
Biennale Architettura 2018, Francesca Torzo, Z33 House for Contemporary Art, Petersen Tegl, Tile cladding
Biennale Architettura 2018, Francesca Torzo, Z33 House for Contemporary Art, Petersen Tegl, Tile cladding
Biennale Architettura 2018, Francesca Torzo, Z33 House for Contemporary Art, Petersen Tegl, Tile cladding
Wienerberger Brick Award 2018, Sharing public spaces, Kunstmuseum Basel, Christ & Gantenbein, Petersen Tegl
Wienerberger Brick Award 2018, Sharing public spaces, Kunstmuseum Basel, Christ & Gantenbein, Petersen Tegl
Wienerberger Brick Award 2018, Sharing public spaces, Kunstmuseum Basel, Christ & Gantenbein, Petersen Tegl
Wienerberger Brick Award 2018, Sharing public spaces, Kunstmuseum Basel, Christ & Gantenbein, Petersen Tegl

Villa Melbourne, Australien - Kolumba K55

Villa in Sint-Martens-Latem, Belgium Kolumba K51

Villa near Utrecht, Holland, Kolumba K44 K47 K49

Villa near Utrecht, Holland, Kolumba K44 K47 K49

Henne Kirkeby Kro Denmark - K47

Henne Kirkeby Kro Denmark - K47

  • Bricks

    Bricks

    The classic Petersen brick - waterstruck and coal-fired. 39 different colours with a rich variation.

  • Kolumba™

    Kolumba™

    The original handmade, long-shaped brick. For indoor and outdoor.

  • Cover™

    Cover™

    A new prizewinning tile product for facade and roof - with the unique Petersen colours and structure.

  • Special bricks

    Special bricks

    Based on years of experience we can produce handmade special bricks of any kind.

  • Lintels

    Lintels

    Bricks and masonry lintels. Solutions for large spans, suspended lintels, soldier courses, rowlocks and arches.

Petersen Tegl Kolumba™ is a range of handmade, horizontal building ceramics intended for both masonry and tiling.

Kolumba™ bricks are manufactured according to centuries-old craft traditions. Once the clay has been processed, the bricks are handmade in wooden moulds after which they are dried and fired. Varying temperatures in the firing process give the bricks a mixture of textures and beautiful shades.

Kolumba™ has the standard format 528 x 108 x 37 mm but can also be delivered in custom sizes. We also strive to meet all requests for special colours or brick surfaces.

Kolumba™ was developed in 2000 in cooperation between the Swiss architect Peter Zumthor and Petersen Tegl for the Kolumba Museum in Cologne, Germany. Today, Kolumba™ bricks are used in buildings all over the world.