Colour: M 3.01-0 natural

M 3.01-0

Jamaica Street Car Park, Glasgow

Multi-storey car parks don’t have to be bluff and ugly. A refreshing example of how things can be done differently has sprung up in the centre of Glasgow. TERRART® Large elements on the solid parts of the building and double baguettes in front of the aper – tures create open parking decks that are nevertheless …

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Hospital St. Georg, Hamburg

The half-round fillets of the façade of St Georg’s Hospital in Hamburg were made entirely by hand at the NBK workshops. It is this very mixture of craftsmanship and state-of-theart production methods that determines the charm of the material, which constantly inspires architects to find surprising detail solutions with its natural beauty.

Office Building Emons, Siegburg

By combining TERRART®-LARGE and baguettes, this office and commercial block in Siegburg picks up the façade theme of the Potsdamer Platz. Even the shade is identical to the Berlin project. An architect’s building that sets extraordinary new trends in urban development in its surroundings, not least because of the perfect curvature of the façade, made possible by the use of rounded units.

Ascot Racecours

Royal Ascot returned to its Berkshire home in June 2006. Her Majesty The Queen officially opened the racecourse on the opening day of Royal Ascot, Tuesday 20th June. The racecourse has undergone a major redevelopment programme, the largest of its type anywhere in Europe. In just 18 month, the old stand was demolished and the …

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Day-care Clinic, Münster

One key feature of the day-care clinic in Münster is the elliptical plan of one building section. As even large-size ceramic units – here from the TERRART®-LARGE range – may be produced with constantly changing radii, this special construction was achieved without any form of polygonal compromise.

Potsdamer Square, Berlin

  Even the prototype demonstrates the exhilarating design potential offered by the TERRART®-system. In developing his scheme, Piano was conscious of the fact that “a city draws on its past while addressing the present”. For the Genoese architect, this implied a simultaneous acknowledgement and demystification of the traditional Berlin stone façade and culminated in the …

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26 VPO Oyarzun

Adding a vivid dash of colour to its green surroundings, the design of this building resembles a Rubik‘s Cube. Despite its strict lines, this residential building in the Basque town of Oyarzun exudes an air of cheeriness and joie de vivre. The entire building is covered in savanna yellow TERRARTR MID elements, which have been …

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Villa Urbana, Ljubljana

Boris Podrecca, one of Europe‘s most famous architects, has built a luxury apartment complex in the centre of the Slovenian capital. Fitted out to a high standard, the development also boasts a 24-hour concierge service and is set in a desirable residential area that offers views of Ljubljana Castle and the river. Every aspect of …

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