Colour: Glazed

Metro Nordhavn Copenhagen

The interior of the metro Nordhavn in Copenhagen, Denmark is decorated with TERRARTLARGE elements with a length of approx. 3m. The extra-large elements are coated with a doublefired glaze in a signal red colour and are thereby a true eye catcher inside the metro!

Clichy Zac Batignolles – Paris, France

Glass and ceramics were used for the façade of the elegant office and commercial building, giving the large-volume building dynamism and luminosity. Strongly profiled terracotta panels with different cross-sections, vertically mounted, create a clear striped appearance and form balustrades that mark the individual building layers. The transparent glaze was applied to a dark brown mass …

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UTM North – Toronto, Canada

This new 210,000 ft2, six-storey facility completes the renaissance of the northern portion of campus and is the new home of humanities and social sciences. For the façade, the architects wanted the appearance of corroded steel without sacrificing the positive properties of a terracotta façade, such as durability, UV and frost resistance. The result is …

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Uptown Station NBK TERRART

Uptown Station, California

The impressive building, built in 1929 and representing the Beaux-Arts architecture, has retained its historical character even after its complete renovation – although it has been breathed fresh life into its interior and exterior. The terracotta of the facades is light in colour, which takes away the weight of the compact building and makes it …

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HOGIA Office, Hakenäs

The new building of the Hogia Group has a monolithic appearance – its lightness is due to the light colour selection of the façade and the continuous window bands. The roof opens up to the sky by the use of TERRART Baguettes in the same choice of colours.

Battersea Exchange

The new construction of the residential and commercial building is part of a massive revitalisation project covering 227 hectares on the South Bank of the Thames, from Vauxhall through Nine Elms to Battersea. One of London’s most iconic landmarks, Battersea Power Station, provides the backdrop for this elegant 16-storey tower, which brings new life to …

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Buehlstr Wiedikon

Where a church building once stood, two innovative multi-family houses have been built, which stand out perceptibly from the traditional neighbouring buildings due to their modern construction and contemporary materials. Equipped with generous window areas, balconies and a ceramic façade clearly divided into compartments, they form a visual contrast to the surroundings – the colour …

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School Grossmatt

In the course of the complete renovation, the school building was completely gutted, the interior including electricity and water supply was renewed and both the roof and windows and building shell were replaced and adapted to modern energy standards. The terracotta cladding on the upper floor is unusual: the concave curvature of the elements is …

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Cycle d’Orientation de la Veveyse

The building shell of the La Veveyse secondary school in Châtel-St-Denis near Lausanne was also given a new look as part of a complete refurbishment. The profiled, glazed terracotta surrounds the building like a dark curtain. The elements, which are already anthracite in colour in the clay mass, were refined with a black-brown glaze and …

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Nursery Les Petits Lutins

The façade of the new day-care centre in the suburb of Geneva, Chavannes de Bois, is unique. Vertically mounted, wave-shaped profiled terracotta elements refined with a specially developed fluid glaze cover the entire building. The overall concept of the building is therefore harmoniously light and inviting. LEARN MORE ABOUT FLUID GLAZES 

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