Colour: M 7.03-0 natural

M 7.03-0

Portalklinik LMU

For the new building of the LMU portal clinic in Munich, the architects chose an ensemble of discreet natural shades. The façade was clad with slim, smooth and partly profiled, vertically installed TERRART -LARGE and -MID elements. The building thus harmonises perfectly with the historical building of the Medical Clinic.  

Business Center PerCo

The four building sections of this office complex differ noticeably in height, shape and façade design: two protruding glass towers and two structures with ceramic façades – designed as regular window surrounds – form an exciting ensemble, with rounded sections as a common feature ensuring that it all merges into one. Approximately 3,000 square metres of TERRART® Light panels and around …

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L’Oreal Düsseldorf

The new building is 60 meters high and comprises 16 floors and 22,000 square meters of office space. There are also 1000 square meters of terrace area. The building was developed by the company “the Developer”. The designs for the new L’Oréal headquarters were supplied by the Düsseldorf-based architecture firm HPP. The side wing, which …

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Residential complex «Privilege»

This exclusive housing complex on Krestovsky Island, the most prestigious district of St Petersburg, consists of six very uniform buildings. Modern and contemporary in style, the large complex particularly owes its inviting, calm appearance to the light, unfussy ceramics that surround the closed façade sections. With a restrained shape and colour, it draws attention to …

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Elegant, stylish and unmistakable: the new rehabilitation center in Roermond with its extraordinary silhouette and the impressive transparent facade is a spectacle. The low-rise building, where the rehabilitation facilities are housed, is surmounted by an eight-story tower, which houses the nursing hotel with generous patient rooms. The complex, which is managed by the architectural office …

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Marmalade Library

The new library building has a captivating presence and identity, chiefly on account of its visible architectural hierarchy that draws a clear distinction between three levels: the ground floor forms the understated base, the second floor is emphasised by overhanging corner mouldings, and the roof structure with a small terrace rounds everything off. Impressive architectural …

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Nuclear Emergency Assistance & Training Center, Japan

The contrast between the harsh metal surface and the warm, organic radiance of the terracotta panels – in the TERRART®-LARGE system variant here – is what makes up the compact and simultaneously elegant character of this polygonal building.

ROMED Clinics, Rosenheim

The structure of this four-storey service and training centre follows the course of the road. At street level, the ground floor is set back, widening the space in the street. A very distinctive architectural style is evident here. The vertically assembled, slightly profiled terracotta elements contrast with the horizontally structured facade strips. Although they are …

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