The products by Gira allow all the technical components in a building to be comfortably networked.
Dallmer delivers functional aesthetics in the bathrooms of the “NeMo” residential buildings in Dusseldorf.
Architect Alfred Toet employed LED luminaires by Modular Lighting Instruments to stage the interior of a historical residential home in a subtle light.
Quality from the heart of Germany in Thailand’s capital: Poggenpohl fits out the exclusive Sindhorn Tonson complex with bespoke kitchens.
Balcony glazing by Solarlux heightens the quality of life on Munich's Tassiloplatz.
It helps save resources and allows easy control of heating and the like: Gira’s smart building technology.
Architecture studio Mopet Architecten has clad a building in Haarlem in the Netherlands with Petersen Tegl’s new brick product – the “Petersen Cover”.
Thanks to the Solarlux balcony glazing the “Prom Apartments New Brighton” can withstand the stormy weather on Great Britain’s coast.
Dinesen HeartOak floor planks create a cozy atmosphere in a holiday home on the island of Funen.
The premium owner-occupied apartments of Friends Tower in Munich are fitted with showers by Bette.
The desks in the Heike Falkenberg’s "M-Line" series also set the tone in her own home.
Alfredo Häberli insists on perfect detailing even in the bathroom of his “Haussicht” concept house – in the shape of Dallmer’s “CeraWall Individual Duo”.
C.F. Møller Architects chose Petersen Tegl bricks for the façade of a student dorm.
The patio of a purist villa morphs on request into a world of a cool pool – thanks also to Mosa tiles.
Residential house at the Starnberger See: Impressive views with the sliding window cero.
Martin Gepp of Novaron Architekten created the central eyecatcher in a home using the refined Leicht Küchen solutions.
Gira’s HomeServer lets you control the facility technology centrally.
Dinesen has outfitted an old Copenhagen blacksmith’s workshop that has been converted into a home with "HeartOak"-planks.