This year, the space&interiors platform in Milan focuses on architectural lightness.
Petersen Tegl has clad the new Kunstmuseum Basel building in a brick façade with fine reliefs – and it corresponds with the main building.
Reggiani sheds the right light on the works in the “Storefront for Art and Architecture” in Manhattan.
With a handcrafted clinker silhouette the long-standing Petersen Tegl company has succeeded in integrating a new parish hall into Denmark’s oldest town.
With metal and wooden furniture by Pedrali, Moleskine has created a multifunctional space in Milan that combines creative working, relaxed breaks and product presentation.
For the international interview magazine “Freunde von Freunden”, Magis used pieces by a variety of designers to transform an apartment in Berlin into an event venue.
The renovation of a historical chateau in Belgium was completed with furniture by Magis.
Simonswerk, the leading manufacturer of hinges and hinge systems, keeps the large connecting doors in the LWL-Museum für Kunst und Kultur reliably in place.
Kjaer og Richter opted for underground exhibition zones and a new build
boasting oscillating Petersen Tegl bricks as the annex to the CLAY Museum of
Ceramic Art Denmark.
For the new museum building of the European Hansemuseum in Lübeck the architects selected a double-skin façade featuring bricks by Petersen Tegl.
For the extension of a museum in Sorø, Denmark, the architects chose
bricks by Petersen Tegl and even used them to clad the roof.
by Alexander Rehn | 9/10/2014