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Architecture | Public Spaces

A bright white wave

A bright white wave
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A guardian in the transit area

A guardian in the transit area
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More attractive bathing

More attractive bathing
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Diamonds for The Hague

Diamonds for The Hague
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A civic center bathed in light

A civic center bathed in light
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Discrete air control

Discrete air control
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Relaxation, super-yacht style

Relaxation, super-yacht style
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Diversity in design

Diversity in design
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Non-slip fun at the pool

Non-slip fun at the pool
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Non-combustible wall coverings

Non-combustible wall coverings
The genuine wood veneer panels “Firewood” comply with strict fire protection requirements while boasting a fine surface finish.
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Black carbon stairs

Black carbon stairs
The stairs made by the Dutch manufacturer are nothing if not varied: on the one hand on account of the unusual combination of materials, and on the other their diverse shapes.
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Wood façade system

Wood façade system
The "Kerto Concept" wood façade system is suitable for both indoor and outdoor use.

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Refined glass-and-steel load-bearing structure

Refined glass-and-steel load-bearing structure
Spanish architect Santiago Calatrava has designed the new Liège railway station - and set new architectural standards with the massive roof made of steel girders and shatterproof glass.

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Walking on air

Walking on air
They can be installed quickly and come in many shapes as serial productions - the inflatable structures by London company Inflate.
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Gold comes, gold stays

Gold comes, gold stays
Today, one increasingly comes across gold-plated architecture - be it on the facade of a department store that deals in precious metals, an information pavilion or a museum building. But now you can even find it lending a gleam to educational facilities and kindergartens, not to mention bakeries and police stations.
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A calabash of fun

A calabash of fun
In Johannesburg, an unmistakable stadium, resplendent in African colors, awaits football fans - "Soccer City".

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Border-free glass

Border-free glass
As a material glass offers the maximum possible transparency between two separate spaces. As few restrained attachments as possible, such as window frames or mounting systems, should disrupt this impression. Glas Marte faces these challenges of innovative glass application head on.

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Nightingale, I cannot hear you!

Nightingale, I cannot hear you!
Acoustics are becoming an ever more important criterion in the planning and outfitting of interiors.
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These bubbles won’t burst

These bubbles won’t burst
The „Water Cube" seems to be sliced from a giant cube of soap-bubble foam. This prestigious project comprises over 100,000 sq.m. of ETFE foils, meaning it is the single largest ETFE structure in the world to date.
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Architecture | Culture

Anatomy of a green façade

Anatomy of a green façade
For more than 40 years, botanist Patrick Blanc has been developing the "mur végétal". It seems that the time has come to pay tribute to his wide-ranging work.

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Academy with fab flooring

Academy with fab flooring
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Bricks from top to bottom

Bricks from top to bottom
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Eight days on the loose

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Libeskind’s façade labyrinth

Libeskind’s façade labyrinth
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Sunny world underground

Sunny world underground
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Splashing about sustainably

Splashing about sustainably
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Goal!

Goal!
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The elegance of glass

The elegance of glass
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Up in the clouds

Up in the clouds
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To non-chipping floorboards

To non-chipping floorboards
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Customized ceiling systems

Customized ceiling systems
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Perforated, embossed refined

Perforated, embossed refined
Only on closer inspection you notice just how elaborate the perforated and embossed metal sheets are that RMIG makes available to architects.

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Green walls from around the world

Green walls from around the world
The plants in the vertical gardens by Vertical Garden Design come from coastal regions, mountain ranges ,and jungles throughout the world.
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Diffuse sunlight

Diffuse sunlight
As opposed to most glass, on account of its U-shape, profiled glass is extremely resilient and can be used for large surface areas. Furthermore, this specially-shaped construction glass has typical aesthetic advantages.
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Resilient flooring system

Resilient flooring system
The "Floor and more power" hollow flooring system can be installed quickly and accurately. It is particularly resilient and is ideal for prestigious areas such as car showrooms and public areas, for example the entrance hall in airports and museums.
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Putting transparency and monumentality in the right light
With the sweeping lines of its roof, the new airport building near Montevideo in Uruguay celebrates the aesthetics of aviation - and its lighting concept celebrates its powerful architecture.
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A control center for the Games

A control center for the Games
A substation is the first new building for the 2012 Summer Olympics Games in London to be commissioned and opened. Astonishing architecture for what is actually a structure of minor significance, which on closer inspection surprisingly reveals interesting details.

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Indestructible, ecologically beautiful

Indestructible, ecologically beautiful
The floorboards by Mydeck is made of a combination of waste wood and plastic and, yet, look like planks from solid wood.
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Wind tunnel above Oslo

Wind tunnel above Oslo
In the context of the renovation works on the Holmenkollen ski jump ramp, the impressive landmark near Oslo has succeeded in increasing its appeal.
It is the world's first ski jump featuring a permanent windbreak.
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The Discrete Charm of Hidden Qualities

by Thomas Wagner

The Discrete Charm of Hidden Qualities
Whether the objective is improving the acoustics of a room, cooling it or heating it, today there are technical solutions that accomplish the desired results without attracting attention to themselves and aesthetically overburdening a space.
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Like 300 full-grown building workers

Like 300 full-grown building workers
This standardised fastening system, called Tennect, by Carl Stahl, is the first of its kind. It was introduced to the european public at Deubau 2010 in Essen.

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Special system bright rolled

Special system bright rolled