Tag Ventilated Facades

Everyday hygiene and prevention: the antibacterial efficacy of Active 2.0 ceramic surfaces

28-04-2020

Everyday hygiene and prevention: the antibacterial efficacy of Active 2.0 ceramic surfaces

Antibacterial and anti-pollutant, with self-cleaning properties: these are the key qualities of the Iris Ceramica Group’s Active 2.0 ceramic slabs, which use the natural process of photocatalysis to augment their unique ISO-certified properties. Digital production significantly improves the distribution over the surface of the slab of its active components: titanium dioxide and silver ions, the combined action of which permits Active 2.0 slabs to act not only with natural light but with LED light and even in the dark. Active 2.0 surfaces, guaranteed by international scientific standards and certification, offer all the beauty and technical properties of the Iris Ceramica Group’s ceramic slabs and are ideal for indoor and outdoor use in community settings

CMR project: De Castillia 23 Milano for Urban Up of the Unipol Group

17-04-2020

CMR project: De Castillia 23 Milano for Urban Up of the Unipol Group

With the technical assistance of Fiandre Architectural Surfaces, Progetto CMR has transformed a building in a historic neighbourhood in Milan into a building in the vanguard of sustainability. De Castillia 23, the new office complex designed by Urban Up, employs Active Clean Air & Antibacterial Ceramic™ technology for façade coverings.

WOHA’s Iluma building has a multimedia façade and crystal-shaped fixtures

18-01-2019

WOHA’s Iluma building has a multimedia façade and crystal-shaped fixtures

WOHA architects’ Iluma Building will have an interactive multimedia façade, making it an influencer in its Singapore neighbourhood

Iris Ceramica Group at Cersaie 2018 New Products and Pollution

05-10-2018

Iris Ceramica Group at Cersaie 2018 New Products and Pollution

At the 36th Cersaie International Exhibition of Ceramic Tile and Bathroom Furnishings, Iris Ceramica Group CEO Federica Minozzi met with the press to discuss the new products presented by the Group’s brands and other news from the group of companies.

Copenhagen International School with solar panels by C.F. Møller Architects

28-09-2018

Copenhagen International School with solar panels by C.F. Møller Architects

A school overlooking the sea that is also one of Denmark’s most important integrated solar energy facilities

The Bulgari shop in Kuala Lumpur, GRC and LEDs by MVRDV

07-09-2018

The Bulgari shop in Kuala Lumpur, GRC and LEDs by MVRDV

The Bulgari shop in Kuala Lumpur is a reinvention in GRC and LEDs of the historical marble frames of the shop in via dei Condotti, in Rome.

A façade made with coloured, prefabricated panels for the ROC, by LIAG Architects

17-08-2018

A façade made with coloured, prefabricated panels for the ROC, by LIAG Architects

The ROC is a school designed by LIAG Architects. Its façade is completely made of prefabricated, concrete panels, coloured according to Mondrian’s style.

The new Territorial Paediatric Centre in Parma creates material and colour effects with ceramics

20-06-2018

The new Territorial Paediatric Centre in Parma creates material and colour effects with ceramics

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.

Carranza Ruiz Arquitectura Pueblo Serena Shopping Centre, Monterrey, Mexico

23-05-2018

Carranza Ruiz Arquitectura Pueblo Serena Shopping Centre, Monterrey, Mexico

Pueblo Serena is a shopping complex designed by Carranza Ruiz Arquitectura inspired by an old Mexican colonial town: an appropriate name for a project inspired by deep-seated sensations and harmony between the client, the architects and the workers involved. The Iris Ceramica Group contributed to its success with customised porcelain tiles in colours and textures chosen by the architects.

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