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  • Ilot Queyries von AGROB BUCHTAL | Manufacturer references
    am Dezember 1, 2022 um 7:42 pm

    Where outer beauty builds on inner values MVRDV has set new standards with the Ilot Queyries residential complex in Bordeaux. A building length of 200 m, heights of up to nine stories and 10,000 m² of building envelope with an inclination of 14 to 45 degrees make it clear: Here, the right facade material becomes the key to successful realization. MVRDV therefore opted for the KeraTwin ceramic facade system from Agrob Buchtal. Differently profiled tiles give the architecture its sculptural appearance with sun reflections and shadow play. The radiantly bright ceramic facade contrasts precisely with the red plaster of the inner courtyard, which makes its way out in incisions, vistas and passages. Together with Agrob Buchtal, the architects developed a special light tone for the glaze to achieve a high albedo that counteracts the urban heat island effect. The fact that the ceramic facade is equipped with Hytect technology, a surface with a self-washing effect, pays impressive di…

  • Zurich airport von GLAMORA | Manufacturer references
    am Dezember 1, 2022 um 7:42 pm

    Zurich airport Mediterraneo, one of the subjects belonging to Genesis Collection dedicated to GlamFusion, was used to decorate the walls of one of the premises devoted public use at Zurich airport. The great variety of themes and the possibility to customize the product according to bespoke needs, have allowed the professionals of Raum B Architektur studio to carry out the project obtaining surprising results. The wallcovering design characterized by a lush forest, where sinuous trees stand out against a clear sky, has been an ideal solution to give the environment a refined look. The combination of neutral colors within the space conveys a feeling of serenity and comfort. Raum B Architektur Zürich, Daniela Saxer und Rebecca Müller

  • Decorative postmodernism: a modus vivendi with a playful sensibility von GLAMORA | Manufacturer references
    am Dezember 1, 2022 um 7:42 pm

    Decorative postmodernism: a modus vivendi with a playful sensibility This Milanese apartment truly stands out thanks to counter-current interior design by Puntofilipino, abandoning today’s minimalist taste in favour of the strongly decorative aesthetics typical of Art Deco and Pop Art by the Memphis Group, the Italian design and architecture collective founded by Ettore Sottsass and active in the 1980s. Renowned on the experimental design scene for its ability to create immersive environments, this design studio has here used a very diverse selection of materials, such as metal, plaster and fine fabrics, teamed with bespoke wallcoverings that emphasise the experiential impact of the interiors. The skyline of Bellagio that runs across the living area walls, provides a bucolic backdrop for the residence’s guests and complements the interior aesthetics to create a dreamlike atmosphere. The use of paper also emphasises the architecture of the rooms, linked by generous arches to gi…

  • The rediscovered space: contemporary trompe l'oeil von GLAMORA | Manufacturer references
    am Dezember 1, 2022 um 7:42 pm

    The rediscovered space: contemporary trompe l'oeil Located in via Saragozza in Bologna, this private residence has been renovated by Delisa Merli. By removing everything which broke the harmony of the interior, thus returning the space and proportion to the rooms, the interior designer was able to combine the customer’s needs with the possibilities offered by the structure. The interior is painted in shades of blue and grey, combined with the antique oak floor and four different Glamora wallpapers which contribute to creating a unique and elegant environment. While ‘Jardin Des Plantes’, illuminated by a recessed LED bar on the floor characterises the large living area, the relaxation area of the master bedroom is enriched by Zen which, visible from the entrance to the sleeping area, draws attention to the depth. The bathroom surfaces were instead decorated with ‘Entrance’, to give a touch of character to the environment. Delisa Merli

  • The art of deep relaxation von GLAMORA | Manufacturer references
    am Dezember 1, 2022 um 7:42 pm

    The art of deep relaxation The design of spas and wellness facilities is one of the focuses of Studio Aledolci & Co., designers of the new CBD Spa at the SchlossHotel in Zermatt, as well as an area dedicated to fitness and yoga. Founded in 2009 by architect Alessandro Dolci in Egna (Bolzano), the studio successfully met the needs of the client for an interior design with a metropolitan feel, while making no concessions to an obviously mountain-style aesthetic. The solutions adopted demonstrate high functional value and a distinct aesthetic identity, thanks in part to the use of specific wall coverings, namely GlamFusion for wet areas and GlamPure for the yoga room, as explained by the designers. What were the client's requirements and how did you develop the design? The SchlossHotel was to house Switzerland’s first CBD Spa, which uses only hemp-derived natural products, as well as spaces for fitness and yoga. The requirement was for a space made with the finest materials a…


  • Binding-Preis 2023: Gute Arealentwicklungen gesucht!
    am Dezember 1, 2022 um 2:29 pm

    Die dritte Ausschreibung des Binding Preises für Biodiversität ist eröffnet: Künftig gibt es Jahresthemen, 2023 sind dies Arealentwicklungen. Neu gibt es zwei Kategorien, die Preissumme wurde erhöht.

  • «Energie von jedem Dach»
    am Dezember 1, 2022 um 7:10 am

    Der Ausbau von Solaranlagen auf Dächern und Fassaden kommt nur schleppend voran, berichtet die WOZ. Ausserdem in der Presse: Netto null in Zürich und Müssigang als Klimatugend.

  • Wiederaufbau unterstützen
    am November 30, 2022 um 5:06 pm

    «Repair Together» organisiert Aufräum-Aktionen in kriegszerstörten Orten in der Ukraine. Um ein Kulturzentrum wiederaufzubauen, hat die deutsch-schweizerische NGO Libereco ein Crowdfunding gestartet.

  • Atlas des Erinnerns
    am November 30, 2022 um 1:00 pm

    Das Buch ‹La Frana› der Künstlerin und Landschaftsarchitektin Sabine Tholen zeigt auf, dass das Bild der soliden Landschaft mehr als überholt ist.

  • Frankreichs Gärten
    am November 30, 2022 um 12:24 pm

    Hans von Trotha nimmt uns auf einen Spaziergang mit, der durch die Jahrhunderte und durch die Gärten rund um Paris führt. 


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  • Sustainable comfort: OWActive mineral climate ceiling | News | Architonic
    am November 30, 2022 um 11:00 pm

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  • The science of acoustic design making auditorium architecture worth listening to | News | Architonic
    am November 29, 2022 um 11:00 pm

    <p>One of my earliest experiences of a large-scale auditorium was as a child, watching the <a href="https://www.halle.co.uk/" target="_blank" rel="noopener"><strong>Hallé Orchestra</strong></a> perform in the newly-opened Bridgewater Hall in Manchester, UK. I say ‘watching’ but, sat up on the warm, cosy third tier, seemingly miles above the stage or anywhere else, I closed my eyes and allowed the well-defined arrangements to take me over entirely.</p> <p>Carefully designed to increase both aural enjoyment and audience size, the Bridgewater Hall combines two common auditorium arrangement styles with its ‘shoebox’ shape and ‘vineyard’ seat positioning. To protect its acoustic design from surrounding noise and vibrations, meanwhile, the reinforced concrete structure is balanced atop nearly 300 giant springs.</p> <p>Rather than shield themselves away from public traffic (both architecturally like the Bridgewater Hall, and culturally as many traditional concert halls may have done), these c…

  • Sounds good: creating acoustic comfort at work | News | Architonic
    am November 29, 2022 um 11:00 pm

    Our relationship with work – the what, the how and the where – continues to evolve. Ever-increasing competition from cosy home office environments means that now more than ever, traditional office spaces need to have user needs and comfort at the top of their agendas. And while things like beanbags and ping-pong tables may grab the headlines, in the background, other less-visible elements quietly play their own vital roles in creating the right working atmospheres – not least those related to sound management. Here we present a selection of projects which demonstrate some different approaches to workplace acoustic design… <b>01</b> baramundi Headquarters Augsburg, Germany Project by HENN In contrast to its sleek, minimal facade, the interior of software company baramundi's headquarters embraces raw, exposed and natural materials. All atrium-facing surfaces are clad in a white acoustic coating that dampens sound. The space's exposed concrete is also inlaid with layered acoustic pa…

  • Mary Katrantzou combines tradition and modernity for Villeroy & Boch Fliesen | News | Architonic
    am November 29, 2022 um 11:00 pm

    Nothing against minimalist bathrooms! When all the elements and functions are coordinated and white ceramics dominate, it can create a very aesthetic overall picture. In recent years, however, we can clearly observe that trends are increasingly moving towards more homely bathrooms, often resulting in very imaginative and characterful spaces. The same also applies to bars, restaurants and hotel lobbies: the unusual is booming. As far as tiles are concerned, decors and ornaments are back in vogue – you don't have to take too much of an excursion into the history of architecture and design to understand how strongly changing styles and motifs have shaped and continue to shape the appearance of rooms. Ornaments act as a mirror of their time and many things, both cultural and sociological, can be read from them. We are familiar with these developments from fashion design, where collages have always been made, quotations played with and new things ventured. In the same spirit, German tile sp…

  • ‘In the best case, furniture becomes a lifelong companion’: the raumplus Intelligence Series | News | Architonic
    am November 29, 2022 um 11:00 pm

    I find it very difficult to work at home. As a designer, you are a team player, both in terms of your own team in the studio and in terms of your partners at the various manufacturers you work for. I can't identify with the concept of a home office. For many professions it may be very advantageous – but not for us.</p> <p>Here in our studio we have a workshop, a library of materials and a library of technical literature. I really don't want all that at home! I rarely take the work with me – and I practically never talk about design with my husband at home. Some colleagues are almost exclusively friends with creative people in their private lives, that's not the case for me.</p> I don't. For example, I always answer emails, even on Saturdays and Sundays. But maybe that's because I simply enjoy it. My design studio is my own company – and I consider it a privilege to run it. So if a picture request from a journalist comes in by email on a Sunday – and I might be sitting at home on the te…


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  • Make a DIY Makeup Vanity On a Budget
    von Kristina Shestakova am Dezember 1, 2022 um 3:45 pm

    Do you want a dreamy makeup vanity for all your beauty products? Having a designated spot to get ready will speed up your preparation while also providing a decorative feature to your bedroom. And the best thing is that you don’t need to spend lots of money to build one. In this post, we feature You're reading Make a DIY Makeup Vanity On a Budget, originally posted on Decoist. If you enjoyed this post, be sure to follow Decoist on Twitter, Facebook and Pinterest.

  • How To Prepare Your Home For Holiday Hosting
    von Kristina Shestakova am November 30, 2022 um 3:18 pm

    Preparing your home for holiday entertaining can be stressful. With so many things to do, you might need help figuring out where to start. To make it easier, we’re sharing a helpful to-do list for holiday preparation. Once you look through it, the process will seem much more straightforward and manageable. Plan well ahead Preparing You're reading How To Prepare Your Home For Holiday Hosting, originally posted on Decoist. If you enjoyed this post, be sure to follow Decoist on Twitter, Facebook and Pinterest.

  • Common Kitchen Remodel Mistakes to Keep In Mind When Planning Your Renovation
    von Kristina Shestakova am November 29, 2022 um 3:56 pm

    A kitchen renovation is a significant investment. It helps you create a functional and stylish space that feels updated and fresh. In addition, a kitchen renovation can increase your home’s resale price.  But before you start planning your kitchen renovation, there are a few common mistakes you should be aware of.  Not considering your lifestyle You're reading Common Kitchen Remodel Mistakes to Keep In Mind When Planning Your Renovation, originally posted on Decoist. If you enjoyed this post, be sure to follow Decoist on Twitter, Facebook and Pinterest.

  • DIY Christmas Gift Ideas to Surprise and Delight Your Family and Friends
    von Kristina Shestakova am November 28, 2022 um 5:51 pm

    Are you ready for the gift-giving season? Christmas is right around the corner, so it’s time to prepare your gifts! If you’re thinking about what to get your family and friends, rest assured that a meaningful DIY present is the best choice. Check these simple DIY Christmas gift options prepared with love. There’s something suitable You're reading DIY Christmas Gift Ideas to Surprise and Delight Your Family and Friends, originally posted on Decoist. If you enjoyed this post, be sure to follow Decoist on Twitter, Facebook and Pinterest.

  • Christmas Tree Decorating Trends For 2022
    von Kristina Shestakova am November 28, 2022 um 4:59 pm

    Christmas trees are many peoples’ favorite part of holiday decor. Folks who are obsessed with seasonal decorations look forward to setting up a gorgeous Christmas tree that becomes the central point for gatherings. If you’re eager to check out the top Christmas tree trends for 2022, you’re in the right place! Wooden beads Natural elements You're reading Christmas Tree Decorating Trends For 2022, originally posted on Decoist. If you enjoyed this post, be sure to follow Decoist on Twitter, Facebook and Pinterest.

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