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All the technical aspects of porcelain tiles in an in-depth look at the material covering everything from ventilated façades to raised floors, from water jet cutting to aesthetic variations on surface textures. Design solutions and culture for an aesthetic of contemporary architecture, creating innovative new moods incorporating noble, economical, ecological use of ceramic surfaces. Ventilated facades, raised floors: different technical solutions for your designs. A course of study focusing on the specific theme of the economic and ecological benefits of using ventilated facades or raised floors and the multitude of possibilities for their application and decoration with ceramic tiles, from water jet cutting to use of porcelain stoneware in wellness centres and outdoor floors.

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Haworth Tompkins renovates Liverpool’s Everyman Theatre

21-01-2015

Haworth Tompkins renovates Liverpool’s Everyman Theatre

London architectural practice Haworth Tompkins has renovated Liverpool’s historic Everyman...

BIG (Bjarke Ingels): Danish National Maritime Museum

30-04-2014

BIG (Bjarke Ingels): Danish National Maritime Museum

The Danish National Maritime Museum completed recently in Helsingør is a contemporary...

Zaha Hadid: Heydar Aliyev Center in Baku

05-02-2014

Zaha Hadid: Heydar Aliyev Center in Baku

The Heydar Aliyev Center in new Baku is one of Zaha Hadid’s boldest and most amazing projects. It...

Halo Architects: Sami Cultural Centre in Inari (Finland)

18-09-2013

Halo Architects: Sami Cultural Centre in Inari (Finland)

An expression of the Sami people, the cultural centre in Inari, Finland, designed by...

Kuma: Asakusa Culture Tourist Information Center

03-10-2012

Kuma: Asakusa Culture Tourist Information Center

Kengo Kuma goes back to the soul of Tokyo’s Asakusa district to design a tower building that...

Deshaus: Qingpu Youth Center in Shanghai

26-09-2012

Deshaus: Qingpu Youth Center in Shanghai

The architecture of the Qingpu Youth Centre in Shanghai could be interpreted as the scale model of...

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