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The demand being placed on acting in an ecological and sustainably consistent manner is growing: this applies to architecture and interior design, too. Those who live or work in ‘green’ surroundings can feel good and develop themselves with a clear conscience. That, in turn, has a positive effect on any environment. The RE/COVER green collection reflects this idea and is in alignment with “Eco Balance”, the programme agenda that originated at Vorwerk: From the use of regenerative energies during production to workmanship, processing and installation, all the way to recycling, RE/COVER green fulfils all ecological aspects. Organic polyurethane is utilised in the case of RE/COVER green. It completely replaces the polyvinyl chloride (PVC) used for conventional design flooring without any loss of quality whatsoever.
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Synthetic flooring goes green with castor oil
He’s not really interested in skylights. But in the third part of our tour of the “BAU” trade fair in Munich, Amandus Sattler discovers that there are in fact some well-executed specimens out there, such as those developed in collaboration with Foster+Partners. He also finds out that you can’t tar all drainage systems with the same brush either, that no two types of paint are the same, and that “green PVC” is really quite an attractive option.
There is no standard solution for the future
As the “world’s leading trade fair for architecture, materials, systems” BAU in Munich offers a wealth of information for architects, planners and anyone with an interest in today’s building solutions, or tomorrow’s. That said, this time round highly customizable standard solutions took center stage while true innovation remained scarce.› To the article