Terracotta

Terracotta cladding is continually evolving from the 90s technology of 600 x 300 red tiles to now versatile and bespoke glazes, shapes and solutions.

Modern manufacturing and glazing now gives architects and clients a new dimension when designing their buildings.

Whether oriented vertically, horizontally, shaped profiled, glazed or unglazed Terracotta offers endless configurations and finishes. As a natural solution for cladding it outperforms other alternatives whilst offering the potential to add distinction, warmth and uniqueness to buildings.

RGB Facades work closely with all parties from start to finish to make sure the project is as per the architect’s impressions and within the contractors budget.

Key Features

Non-Combustible

Non-Combustible

CWCT testing

CWCT testing

Fast Track construction

Fast Track construction

Lightweight

Lightweight

Allows for thermal and movement

Allows for thermal and movement

Cost effective

Cost effective

Varied size options

Varied size options

Universal sub structure

Universal sub structure

System Information

Advantages of Terracotta Cladding:

 

  • Large length terracotta cladding: up to 180 cm
  • Heights from 15 to 60 cm
  • Variable colour, finish, shape allowing for many customisation possibilities
  • Can be installed horizontally or vertically
  • High impact performance – Q4 Impact Resistant for ground floor
  • Maintenance free and durable
  • Non Combustible
Advantages of Terracotta Cladding

Finishes

Through Body Colour Range

Glazed Colour Range

Horizontal Detail
Horizontal Detail
Vertical Detail
Vertical Detail