Colour: M 6.01-0 natural

M 6.01-0

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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.

Amphia Ziekenhuis

Amphia Hospital With the construction of three new hospital buildings to complement the existing hospital, Amphia Ziekenhuis is one of the largest hospitals in the Netherlands and is considered a state-of-the-art hospital with a highly specialised range of clinical services. Vertically aligned terracotta elements in an XXL format in several natural shades from light beige …

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Salem State University Library

Lively and inviting, the library building defines a new quadrangle on the university premises – it is the “academic heart” of the campus and strengthens its identity. The facade design gives the building warmth and luminosity: profiled TERRART Large panels in two shades of red add variety to the extensive outer walls. Architects: Shepley Bulfinch 

Residenz am Postplatz

It was a piece of jewellery – the Oberpostdirektion in Dresden, built in 1876 in the style of the Italian Renaissance. Together with the neighbouring telegraph office it shaped the picture of the Postplatz. Now it is being given a new perspective. Since 2016, the old Oberpostdirektion has been transformed into the “Residenz am Postplatz”. …

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Three Family Houses Boyana

The appealing new building features a clean, modern and, at the same time, homely architecture, that places the emphasis on cubic shapes. TERRART® Baguettes in brick-red, natural version, cover a large proportion of the exterior walls, producing a very balanced and modern look in combination with white surfaces and dark brown accentuated areas. The baguettes are mounted vertically, on the back …

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1000 Maine Ave SW

At the centerpiece trophy-class office building at The Wharf, Washington DC’s new waterfront destination, the architect incorporated a striking, unitized curtainwall application of custom vertical and horizontal TERRART®. The terracotta frames large-scale glass windows, which offer ample light and picturesque views of boat piers along a mile-long stretch of the Potomac River. Glazed white tiles …

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Ecourban 22@

3,000 square metres of TERRART®-Mid in brickred have been installed on the façade of this spacious hotel complex. The sloping lines forming the striking corners, which are continued through to the window formats, are also particularly remarkable. The terracotta panels have been cut exactly to size. The use of light grey as a complementary colour …

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