Product: TERRART® Solid (Precast)

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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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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LEGO House

A 12,000 square-metre paradise of play and fun – not just for kids – makes this unique building a tourist attraction. 22 huge white bricks are stacked on top of each other, forming the interiors while also creating covered spaces outdoors. All the façades are covered with white glazed terracotta. Even the stairs are clad with this material, helping to …

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Chiltern Place W1

PLP Architecture is designing a new 15-storey residential building incorporating 55 luxury apartments, retail facilities and a new townhouse at 66 Chiltern Street near Marylebone High Street in Westminster. This new-build project offers significant improvements to the environmental performance of our earlier consented scheme to remodel and extend the 1960s office building on the site. …

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Marymount University – Ballston Center

This new-build complex of a nine-storey office block, home to Marymount’s School of Business Administration, and a 12-storey residential and commercial building that includes student apartments harks back to the preceding 1960s building with its rigorously geometric design. Its inviting, attractive look mainly stems from the terracotta façade, with its various natural shades of red …

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Shopping-Center Schiphol Airport

The façade of Amsterdam’s Schipol Airport is dominated by TERRART®- SOLID panels in varying colour tones, formats and surface structures, with profiling and corrugations. Thanks to the harmonious arrangement of the different ceramic elements, the earthy red-brown exterior presents a clear pattern, while the internal building parts, with their light, smooth cladding, are visually somewhat …

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The Francis Crick Institute

This biomedical research institute has moved into new premises in the London Borough of Camden. A strong architectural relationship is established between the new building and the surrounding historic buildings. Both the brickwork and the strikingly designed roof are reminiscent of the neighbouring St Pancras railway station. The façade is constructed from TERRART®-Solid panels, which are solid ceramic elements cast onto concrete. …

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Davies Street, London

Davies Street, one of the most upmarket residential areas close to the centre of London, is markedly enhanced by this building. The handmade corner units, up to 600 mm x 600 mm in size, form interesting details of the TERRART®-SOLID façade, which is mixed at random in six different shades of red.

Insurance Building Sittard

Despite the large size of the TERRART®-SOLID system units, the façade of the insurance building in Sittard, Netherlands, creates a floating impression. The vibrant interplay between the colours of the ceramic materials reinforces the feeling of airiness.

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