A linear red-brick wall obscures the textured interiors and art-filled courtyard hidden inside McLean Quinlan's low-rise Passivhaus home in Devon, UK.
Hole-punctured bricks bring air and sunlight into Wall House, a multi-generational family home in the Vietnamese city of Bien Hoa.
A glass dome modelled on the shape of a turtle shell rises from the top of a historic building in Union Square to pay homage to an indigenous group.
Yellow brick walls with unarranged white windows enclose communal courtyards at the heart of Mecanoo's housing for the University of Cambridge.
Brick volumes enclose gardens and outdoor walkways of this house in Mexico, designed by Manuel Cervantes Estudio for "a game between light and shadows".
Swiss university ETH Zürich has created the facades of a winery in Greece from 13,596 individually placed bricks using "augmented bricklaying".
Hooba Design Group has used bricks with glass inserts to create a "semi-transparent character" for the headquarters of a brick manufacturer in Tehran.
KennedyTwaddle prioritised privacy in the construction of this pitched-roof housing development on a awkward plot in Finchley, north London.
Salvaged time-worn bricks line the interiors of gabled House V near Bratislava, Slovakia, designed by local architect Martin Skoček.
Sam Baron has created a set of signs made from bricks, tape and mirrors to encourage social distancing at the MAAT, which reopened this week.