Colour: M 6.02-0 natural

M 6.02-0

CPD Guadalajara

The CPD Commercial Building, which is located in Spain, is decorated with approx. 5.000m run of rectangular TERRART-Baguette elements. The pictures perfectly show the two typical naturalcolors , terracotta and dark red. The terracotta elements are vertically mounted and give the building a light and airy appearance.  

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Buddhist Lodge Temple, Singapore

The Singapore Buddhist Lodge is a charitable organization organisation in Singapore. Founded in 1934, it is one of the oldest charities in Singapore. The facade of the Temple was clad with TERRART-MID in three different red natural colours with a random pattern.

Colegio Franklin Delano Roosevelt, Lima

Colegio Franklin Delano Roosevelt, The American School of Lima, is an independent international school for 1500 students. The campus is the official school of the U.S. State Department’s Office of Overseas Education in Peru and serves both an international community and host country nationals seeking a North American-style education. The architects, Perkins Eastman, designed the …

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Ganja Mall

Located in the northwest region of Azerbaijan, Ganja is the second largest city of the country. Having a severe climate, red bricks stand out as one of the local materials of the city. The façade mainly is cladded with terracotta elements in a brick red colour, adressing to the red bricks in the city.

Sparkasse Freiburg

The old Sparkasse administration and office building was demolished and replaced by a new one, taking care to ensure that the new building would fit in with the urban landscape. The extensive glass roof, spanning two loft spaces, was covered with terracotta slats so that it would blend in with the roofscape. The TERRART® Baguettes in dark red, natural version, are …

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University of Kansas Medical Center – Health Education Building (KUMC-HEB)

With this “house behind glass”, the architects have pulled off a spectacular design that turns the view into an experience. Two space capsule-like rounded structures arise in the interior, surrounded by a large glass cube resembling a lantern box. They are embedded in cages made of terracotta coloured ceramic tubes – baguettes with a round cross-section – that allow a view …

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Marymount University – Ballston Center

This new-build complex of a nine-storey office block, home to Marymount’s School of Business Administration, and a 12-storey residential and commercial building that includes student apartments harks back to the preceding 1960s building with its rigorously geometric design. Its inviting, attractive look mainly stems from the terracotta façade, with its various natural shades of red …

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Parking “Am Noor”

This new building on the public utilities site by the harbour in Eckernförde is a real eye-catcher: a façade comprising ceramic baguettes in warm natural shades, vertically arranged and reminiscent of an accessible picket fence surrounds the car park inside it. The arrangement of the bars varies from level to level, giving a pleasing and …

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