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University of Portsmouth Sports Hall

University of Portsmouth Sports Hall

The University of Portsmouth Sports Halls facade consists of densely packed vertically mounted TERRART®-Baguettes. These Baguettes come in a variety of different natural terracotta shades. This helps the building in emanating a natural and grounded feeling and it creates an inviting atmosphere.

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Hospital Amphia

Con la construcción de tres nuevos edificios hospitalarios que complementan el hospital existente, Amphia Ziekenhuis es uno de los mayores hospitales de los Países Bajos y se considera un hospital de vanguardia con una gama de servicios clínicos altamente especializados. Los elementos de terracota alineados verticalmente en formato XXL en varios tonos naturales, desde el …

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Lincoln House Deansgate

La Lincoln House en Deansgate, Manchester, está decorada con una fachada muy desafiante y única. Está diseñada con elementos extruidos TERRARTLARGE y TERRARTCUSTOM en formatos y formas excepcionales, lo que crea una extraordinaria variedad de formas. El color rojo natural de los componentes da al edificio un aspecto rústico.

Commissariat de Police, Le Raincy

Commissariat de Police, Le Raincy

Minimalist, well-defined and functional – these are the watchwords that describe the new commissioner’s office in Le Raincy-Villemomble, which extends along the railway tracks directly next to the train station. Its regular, unfussy structure offers a contemporary contrast to the old railway buildings in the neighbourhood. The facade is fitted with a uniform arrangement of …

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Claremont McKenna College - Kravis Center

Claremont McKenna College – Kravis Center

Glass, exposed concrete and ceramic elements were the façade materials of choice for this structure, which comprises multiple, nested and interlocked cubes. The red terracotta has been carefully but sparingly applied to add vivid dashes of colour and accentuate individual sections of the building.

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