Wall and design paver in brick optics

Every landscape has its characteristic architectural style. Typical for the architectural appearance of Germany’s Northwest – from Westphalia to Schleswig-Holstein – are brick and clinker. These classical construction materials are also often used in building roads and for implementing surface designs. The new Kibo Wall from Kann, with the matching concrete paver, follows these traditional styles.

The quarter-brick optics of the Kibo Paver appeals to all builders and planners who want to give traditional timelessness a modern touch. Especially the 1:4 with 25 x 6.25 cm format, with a thickness of 8 cm, calls the classical brick paver to mind, as it is frequently encountered in northern Germany and the Netherlands. From herringbone pattern to stretcher bond, Kibo cuts a good figure not only in a naturally aged architectural environment, but also in modern ambience.

Kibo combines tradition and modernity

The new stylish Kibo Wall ideally matches the pavement. Its authentic overall picture results from the irregular corners and edges of the individual masonry blocks, which is achieved by special processing. These lend the wall a special flair that can be used to effectively highlight various spots in the garden. The Kibo Wall can also be built up of two or multiple layers. Possible uses are low embankments and terracing, as well as free-standing walls. The Kibo Wall is also suitable for use as garden bed enclosures.

With their sizes of 25 x 12.5 x 6.5 cm, these masonry blocks are especially compact. Their light weight facilitates installation. The Kibo Wall and the Kibo Paver are available in two colors: clinker-red nuanced and clinker-red gray nuanced. In this way, they fit into virtually every environment and perfectly complement each other.


Kann GmbH Baustoffwerke

Bendorfer Straße

56170 Bendorf/Germany

+49 2622 707-0



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