This week we're counting down the most-pinned brick interiors on Dezeen, including an auditorium in the Netherlands featuring vertical brickwork and a converted 1920s shophouse in Singapore.
Dehullu Architects chose to arrange mottled grey bricks in a vertical pattern to give this auditorium a natural curve.
The bricks provide a contrast to a sculptural chandelier by designer Pieke Bergmans. Find out more about Kortrijk auditorium »
The original brickwork walls remain relatively untouched in this renovated Rotterdam townhouse that was previously an abandoned apartment block.
Designed by Studio Rolf.fr in partnership with Zecc Architecten, the townhouse features a workshop on the ground floor and a hot tub on the roof. Find out more about Black Pearl »
Neri&Hu removed the decaying layers of wood and plaster from the walls of this former colonial police station in Shanghai.
With its brickwork now exposed, the space is used to showcase Chinese design. Find out more about The Design Republic Commune »
Vietnamese studio Tropical Space enclosed the concrete structure of this two-storey house inside a perforated grille of baked brick walls.
The property is named The Termitary House, as the protected interior was inspired by the earthen chambers of termite nests. Find out more about The Termitary House »
This derelict workshop in east London was renovated by Kirkwood McCarthy, who used brick floors from the basement to the courtyard to ensure that the entire lower level felt like an extension of the garden. Find out more about Winkley Workshop »
Ministry of Design renovated a block of traditional shophouses in Malaysia to create this boutique hotel. The exposed brick walls provide a textural contrast to the contemporary furniture. Find out more about Loke Thye Kee Residences »
Norm Architects created rustic dining rooms for the Höst restaurant in Copenhagen by combining traditional Scandinavian cosiness with minimalist details, including whitewashed brick walls and recycled wooden planks. Find out more about Höst »
Italian architect Fabio Ferrillo transformed a derelict blacksmith's workshop into Milanese fashion brand MSGM's new headquarters.
He kept many of the building's original features, including a bare brick wall, to contrast with new partitions painted in soft grey and pink. Find out more about MSGM's headquarters »
The twisted bricks in the walls of this speak-easy style bar in Bangkok create openings that allow passers-by a glimpse inside.
They also soften the otherwise imposing exterior. Find out more about Dude Cigar Bar »
Our winner this week is another converted shophouse, this time in Singapore.
It features exposed brick walls, which are highlighted by strips of lighting along the staircases, and a swimming pool that stretches along the ground floor. Find out more about the Pool Shophouse »