Using Krion, a composite mineral, the Porcelanosa Group is creating robust surfaces that look as though they were made from a single piece: for the “Noor Island Park” in the United Arab Emirates.
Ado Lights effectively presents the exhibits in the new Richard-Wagner-Museum building in Bayreuth.
The "Variant VX" hinge system from Simonswerk securely holds the heavy doors of the Wälderhaus Hamburg.
Luminale gets a fresh new look for this year’s Light + Building in Frankfurt/Main.
Swarovski has outfitted the new Mariinsky Theater building in St. Petersburg, Russia, with quite extraordinary composition
The temperature and light sensors by Nice ensure a pleasant indoor climate in the library “LexIcon” near Dublin.
The Musiktheater in Linz is an architectural delight with its precise details, including door hinges by Simonswerk.
Furniture by Arper creates a cozy atmosphere in Össur’s European headquarters.
Snøhetta and White Arkitekter have spruced up the “Väven” cultural center in Umeå using Terra Tones ceramic tiles by Mosa.
South Tyrol’s greatest treasures are hidden behind the dark-gray façade made from “Fibre C” glass-fiber-reinforced concrete elements by Rieder.
The historic building of the “West-Brabants Archief” in the Dutch town of Bergen op Zoom has been brought up to the latest standard with Gira.
C4sun has outfitted the roof terrace of the “Cologne Golf Club” with an intelligent sun-sail system.
The open kitchen space in a loft in Prague was outfitted with “Merano” by Ton.
Sopoteka: a library where every visitor can find a spot to disconnect or socialize with "BuzziHub" and "BuzziBooth".
The light guidance system by Ado Lights for the new Museum of Moeda in Luanda even withstands tough climatic conditions.
The Lindner Group ensures a good acoustics in the concert hall "Pierre Boulez" of Frank Gehry.
by Anna Moldenhauer | 3/13/2017
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.