Iris Ceramica supplied materials to the company that installed the flooring and wall coverings in the renovation of a number of wards at Maurizio Bufalini Hospital in Cesena. The project was performed by the building design and development office of the Romagna public health unit. Iris Ceramica “Active” surfaces activated with titanium dioxide improve air quality in the hospital.
In C.F. Møller Architects’ new building now open at Haraldsplass Hospital in Bergen, the common areas and private spaces are arranged around two big covered foyers, clearly distinguishing them from the long corridors of the traditional hospital layout.
The new medical services centre for children and teenagers in Parma is a building that achieves two goals of public importance: better services for citizens and introduction of elements of quality and innovation in the city’s architecture. Fiandre Architectural Surfaces are used in the building’s outer cladding, making a significant contribution to its relationship with its surroundings.
The design of Davanzo Associati’s adult day care centre for Alzheimer’s patients in Castelfranco Veneto was inspired by Cary S. Henderson’s “Partial Vision. An Alzheimer’s Journal”. In Martina Davanzo’s project, patients can walk around a circular route which acts as a filter between inside and outside.
At Maggie's Centre Barts in London, Steven Holl goes back to the use of double-glazed glass characteristic of a number of his recent projects. Maggie's Centre is a place offering support for cancer patients and their families set in medieval London
The new maternity centre built by Tamassociati for the NGO Emergency in Anabah, Afghanistan is one year old. Iris Ceramica Group supported the project by donating more than 3000 square metres of Fiandre and Iris Ceramica brand porcelain made using Active Clean Air & Antibacterial CeramicTM .
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