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City Center DC Apartments, Washington

One of the biggest construction projects on the East Coast of the U.S.A., City Center DC is an almost 10-hectare “city within a city” consisting of office complexes, retail space, rented and owner-occupied apartments as well as green space and public plazas. Shalom Baranes Associates, which is responsible for the apartment buildings, has focused on …

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901 K Street, Washington

Light natural panels in a special colour “surround” the frontage of this 12-storey office block. The elements with different lengths and widths have been applied in a classically horizontal manner, with the radii only permitting narrow tolerances for assembly. The facade comprises a breathable membrane that takes up the colour scheme of the surrounding buildings …

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Gallery Hall, Männedorf

At the front of the hall, porous, natural-coloured concrete forms a wave-like layer. Behind it is a blend of large windows and blueish-black glazed terracotta, on which the curtain screen is reflected. The contrast of colours, shapes and materials conveys a unique magic and allure.

Fraunhofer Institut, Bayreuth

The Fraunhofer Institute for Ceramic Technologies and Systems has been expanded to include a long, two-storey building that resembles a steamboat. The ceramic facade is specially designed to reference the work that takes place within the institute: slim, horizontal strips of light-coloured, glazed terracotta in different arrangements adorn the building, lending it an elegant finish. …

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Wehrhahnlinie, Düsseldorf

“Underground art” – an apt description, perhaps, of the new Wehrhahn-Linie project. The underground stations, which obtain pre-eminent significance as “enlargements” of the subway tunnel, have been enhanced through the addition of modern artworks and transformed into exciting spaces. Two of the artistically creative stations feature NBK wall ceramics.

De Pond, Tilburg

Museum De Pont is renovated and expanded with 1.100 m2, designed by Benthem Crouwel Architects. Also, visitors to museum De Pont now enter the forecourt through the new entrance gate, consisting of several interconnecting passages. The open structured passages, so called ‘follies’, each have their own specific function. The gate is part of the adaptation …

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