Petersen Tegl A/S
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by Fabian Peters | 9/3/2019
Stylepark is unquestionably a demanding client. For our new extension, all those involved had to be at the top of their game.
by Anna Moldenhauer | 5/29/2019
What do Scandinavia and Japan have in common? And why is a chair from the sea causing a stir? These are the topics of this year’s 3daysofdesign.
From 23 to 25 May 2019 Copenhagen will celebrate 3daysofdesign again.
by Fabian Peters | 1/15/2019
Architecture studio Joep Mollink has clad a building in Haarlem in the Netherlands with Petersen Tegl’s new brick product – the “Petersen Cover”.
C.F. Møller Architects chose Petersen Tegl bricks for the façade of a student dorm.
by Thomas Wagner | 2/24/2017
Christian Petersen is not just any old brick-maker. He loves a good joke, has a sharp mind and a big heart. And today anyone wanting something special will invariably contact Petersen Tegl. Peter Zumthor knows this full well, as do architect the world over.
Petersen Tegl has clad the new Kunstmuseum Basel building in a brick façade with fine reliefs – and it corresponds with the main building.
With a handcrafted clinker silhouette the long-standing Petersen Tegl company has succeeded in integrating a new parish hall into Denmark’s oldest town.
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.
by Adeline Seidel | 2/24/2015
For the extension of a museum in Sorø, Denmark, the architects chose
bricks by Petersen Tegl and even used them to clad the roof.
When designing Hebsgaards Have, Lendager Arkitekter + Arcgency opted for red and grayish-black bricks by Petersen Tegl.
There are two residential buildings in Denmark made of the same bricks: "Kolumba", which Peter Zumthor developed in 2007 for the eponymous art museum of the Archdiocese of Cologne.
For the new Dundee City Hall the pure "D71" coal-fired
bricks by Petersen Tegl were chosen.
by Claudia Beckmann | 10/27/2009