Kota Joe started in 2011 and boasts two locations in Ekurhuleni: one in Edenvale and one in Boksburg. Recently the Boksburg branch underwent a makeover, and the main feature of its new look is Corobrik's Black Brick Satin used in a hit-and-miss brickwork pattern.
Hit-and-Miss Screen Walls: What it is and why we love it?
Hit-and-miss brickwork is a technique that involves laying face brick in a pattern to create an interesting hit-and-miss effect.
Hit-and-miss brickwork creates an interesting and unique style that can bring a lot of visual interest to your home or construction project. This brickwork style is a great way to add sophistication to a space and can be used in both partition and facade walls.
Whether you want an eye-catching exterior or to create a focal point by incorporating this brickwork into your interior design, hit and miss brickwork offers a variety of possibilities suitable for homes and buildings of all shapes and sizes.
Strength and Durability
Don’t let the name mislead you: hit-and-miss brickwork is actually an extremely durable masonry technique. The interlocking nature of the bricks make hit and miss brick walls sturdy and able to withstand large amounts of pressure.
These walls also benefit from the inherent sturdiness and durability of face bricks, which are long-lasting and maintenance free.
Letting Air and Light Flow Through A Space
One of the key attractions of this brickwork style is the way it lets air and light flow naturally through a space.
This results in fresh and comfortable interiors with natural illumination for living spaces. The natural cooling in summer reduces energy consumption required for air-conditioners, offering property owners a significant cost-saving.