Tag Refurbishment

Efficiency and beauty: Granitech ventilated façades on new and renovated buildings

29-09-2020

Efficiency and beauty: Granitech ventilated façades on new and renovated buildings

The Granitech ventilated façade is a laying system in which Iris Ceramica Group ceramic slabs play the dual role of adding aesthetic value to buildings while protecting their walls. Buildings are given a facelift and preserved against long-term damage caused by atmospheric pollutants thanks to the innate properties of high-tech ceramic, such as lightness, strength and non-absorbency: a set of qualities which also provide thermal insulation, saving energy and money

ENORME Studio completes the new XEITO offices

14-09-2020

ENORME Studio completes the new XEITO offices

Since the architects from ENORME Studio began their project for the new XEITO offices in Madrid, the world has turned upside-down. But their approach to design characterised by flexible spaces and solutions means that the new offices are perfectly useable even in this pandemic.

Reinforced curved brick façade

11-09-2020

Reinforced curved brick façade

An old building restored and expanded with classic technologies is given a new brick and glass façade

Berlin, the famous Berghain club morphs into an art gallery

11-09-2020

Berlin, the famous Berghain club morphs into an art gallery

The Covid-19 pandemic has changed our lives profoundly, and music venues have suffered more than most from the prevention measures put in place. One of the most famous of these - Berlin’s Berghain Technoclub - has been closed for six months. To keep afloat, it has now been converted indefinitely into a modern art gallery and is hosting the exhibition called Studio Berlin.

The makeover of a holiday house in the Hamptons

09-09-2020

The makeover of a holiday house in the Hamptons

The award-winning United States architecture and design firm, Turett Collaborative with Jessica Shaw redecorated the holiday home in the Hamptons of a family-based in Manhattan, turning it into a haven with an easy-to-balance leisure and work vibe, easy to get to but far from the city.

BAAQ’ puts its name to a sustainable refit in Mexico City

07-09-2020

BAAQ’ puts its name to a sustainable refit in Mexico City

The Mexican architecture studio BAAQ’ founded by Alfonso Quiñones is behind the refurbishment and conversion of a 1960s building in a neighbourhood where the population density is rising. The project generates inclusive spaces, improves the use of daylight and implements sustainable solutions, including the harvesting of water.

Opening of Manifesta 13 in Marseille

04-09-2020

Opening of Manifesta 13 in Marseille

Opening later than initially scheduled, Manifesta 13 kicked off in Marseille on 28 August. The biennial event is taking place for the first time in France, as an embodiment of the initiative’s cross-disciplinary and multicultural ideals. A team of architects, urbanists, curators and art products explore the specific geographic and sociopolitical context of the French port city.

Anna and Eugeni Bach behind a sweet transformation in La Bisbal

31-08-2020

Anna and Eugeni Bach behind a sweet transformation in La Bisbal

The architects, Anna and Eugeni Bach, are the team behind a transformation that we could call sweet both because of their approach and because the object of the conversion was originally a chocolate factory in the centre of the small town of La Bisbal in Catalonia.

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