Colour: Engobe

Engobe

King Open School NBK TERRART

King Open School, Camebridge

During the redesign of the public elementary school, the main focus was on ecological criteria: Material selection and technical equipment had to meet the highest standards as well as physical properties and lighting conditions. The result is an emission-free, highly energy-efficient building that is also aesthetically pleasing. A contribution to both requirements – sustainability and …

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Biblioteca Reína Sofía

The deep crisis in the country’s construction industry led to a halt in construction of the library in 2011, which lasted a total of eight years. At that time, the façade was only partially assembled – the new building, designed as a gem, presented itself in an unfortunate, unfinished condition. But what lasted for a …

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Bollo Lane

A modern building in the heart of West London, home to meticulously designed apartments that maximise natural daylight and combine our signature space-saving features with our love of sociable spaces. The façade was executed in TERRART-LARGE, in a light cream-white combined with a white engobe. All panels were partially honed.

Evrosvet office

Flamed engobes in grey and black decorate the compact new building of the EVROSET office complex in Sherbinka near Moscow. In order to break up the monumental office towers in their entirety, the architect Ivan Shalmin deliberately chose a flamed, rather non-uniform panel surface. The buildings are further loosened up by horizontal window and metal …

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De Pond, Tilburg

Museum De Pont is renovated and expanded with 1.100 m2, designed by Benthem Crouwel Architects. Also, visitors to museum De Pont now enter the forecourt through the new entrance gate, consisting of several interconnecting passages. The open structured passages, so called ‘follies’, each have their own specific function. The gate is part of the adaptation …

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