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Bricks app / the agile app for architecture & construction.

Bricks app is an online project management app designed for architecture and construction projects.

Bricks is inspired by Agile Methods used in many industries to make communication more fluid and workflows more iterative.

Architecture projects are complex and involve lots of actors that need to coordinate: architects, engineers, construction companies, contractors… Unfortunately, teams often follow a traditional workflow to communicate (long meetings, phone calls, emails…), that is time-consuming and end with coordination problems.

Unlike software development, problems in construction could be very expensive to fix and often impact the final architecture quality of the project.

Inspired by Agile collaborative apps that transformed startup, web development and many other industries, we imagined building a specific project management app for the AEC world. Learn more about bricks app features.

Main Events

Selected Publications

About Bricks company

Bricks is a french startup founded in 2013 by architects that focus on transforming architecture design through open and collaborative process.

We launched several projects :

  • Openbricks a platform to share open source architecture blueprints
  • Future Architecture a discussion forum and series of events on the theme of Architecture + New technologies
  • Bricks app the agile project management app for architecture and construction

Bricks team

Bricks is founded by :

Bricks in social networks

Bricks Colors

Blue #1eb9d3

Pink #ed2a75

Grey #58666e

Bricks & Openbricks Logo

Brick app

  • Bricks logo big version

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  • Bricks logo Inline version


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  • Openbricks Logo


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  • Openbricks logo with url


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Press Kit

You can browse and download images related to Bricks to illustrate your articles in this shared google drive folder.


Contact us if you need more information, photos or simply understand better the project.

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