Fine designs by Laufen make for elegant accents in a boutique hotel in Vienna.
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.
The bathrooms attached to the “Modern Serenity” suite at the Radisson Blue Hotel in Frankfurt have been given that extra edge using Villeroy&Boch products.
Guests of Pyrgos Restaurant high up above the Santorini plains get to enjoy heavenly sunsets and Pedrali products.
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.
Architecture studio Mopet Architecten has clad a building in Haarlem in the Netherlands with Petersen Tegl’s new brick product – the “Petersen Cover”.
For a pioneering bank building Wilkhahn has realized individual solutions.
South Tyrol’s greatest treasures are hidden behind the dark-gray façade made from “Fibre C” glass-fiber-reinforced concrete elements by Rieder.
In Berlin’s Hotel Michelberger architect Sigurd Larsen used Simonswerk hinging technology to create a living cube in two of the rooms.