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" In the Bình Thạnh district in Ho Chi Minh City, a21studio built Saigon House, a polyphonic building paying homage to the home and thought of Vietnamese collector Vuong Hong Sen. Tiles, doors, windows and floors were reclaimed from nearby demolished homes as it they were precious works of art. "
" Roskilde, the former capital of Denmark, has a new waste-to-energy plant designed by Erick van Egeraat, which generates energy from the wastes produced in 9 municipalities around it. A new urban landmark, Erick van Egeraat’s waste-to-energy plant establishes a visual relationship with the town’s Gothic cathedral.
" 2b architectes’s expansion for a school in Belmont-sur-Lausanne restores the link between the topographic levels of the land it stands on. In the new Belmont-sur-Lausanne school 2b architectes draw a block perpendicular to the old complex, creating a courtyard for sports and recreation.
" In Charleroi, Belgium, Atelier Jean Nouvel and MDW Architecture have renovated the historic Caserne Defeld cavalry barracks to house the police headquarters and Charleroi Danses centre. A new landmark for the city, designed by Jean Nouvel and MDW, containing the offices of the police force.
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.