Colour: Glazed

UTM North Building

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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Paradise Circus

Paradise is the most important development Birmingham has seen in a generation. In the past it was a place where arts, learning and commerce flourished side by side, and its latest transformation sees it inspiring a new generation of visitors, residents, thinkers and doers. The architects chose a grey-white speckle glaze specially developed for the …

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St Albans Place

St. Albans Place, a new student residency for Select Property Group as part of the Vita Student Brand, is moving forward. The 19-storey development will comprise 380 student rooms/studios – a mixture of single and double occupancy, communal space located around a central hub, retail space and plant hub. The appearance of the building involves …

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Odenplan Metro Station

A stunning staircase design cuts through Stockholm’s new train station, flowing down from the front of the rectangular building. The curved shape suggests movement, but also creates a space for quiet and relaxation in an urban setting. The entire building is clad in robust white ceramic plates that form a radiant focal during the day …

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Windmill Green, 24 Mount Street

Clear blue-green glazed terracotta elements in a special shape encase the office building designed by tp bennett. The architects design of the shapes was inspired by the historical terracotta facade of the adjoining Midland Hotel. Despite its modern design, the building blends perfectly into the surrounding historic streetscape of Manchester.

River Park

The new residential complex at the waterside of the Nagatinsky River consists of a total of seven different blocks. It is a building of superlatives: monumental, unconventional and exclusive, it rules the skyline and ensures it remains centre of attention. The complex building structure finds its match in the façade design, reminiscent of modern art. Combinations of vivid reds and browns or …

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Humanitas Riehen

The new building gave impetus to the Riehen green village initiative: green, glazed strips of terracotta elements take their color from the big adjacent park with a precious tree population, making a clear link with the surroundings. The ceramic panel has a strong profile and is mounted vertically. The consistent two-color scheme – light-colored dawnings …

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Sophie-Barat-Schule

The new building of the Sophie-Barat-Schule in Hamburg -Rotherbaum, with a gross floor area of almost 4,400 square metres, presents itself as a modern, light-flooded school wing with a terracotta façade interrupted by horizontal light bands. Irregularly profiled TERRART -LARGE elements were refined with a white glaze produced in a single-firing process and mounted vertically …

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Paracelsusbad

The new building of the Paracelsusbad Salzburg stands in the sun like a radiant monument. Slim vertical elements lend the building a futuristic appearance. For the development of the effect glaze in an off-white colour we had to dig deep into our ceramic box of tricks.  The result is convincing.  

Ambassador House

After dismantling the building, right down to its skeletal structure, the 1980s construction was given an upgrade, both in terms of technology and energy-efficiency. Its object-like quality and cubic character were preserved, but its brand new look has brought this post-modern witness of the past into the present. The colors and materials recall the previous …

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