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Posts filed under 'Materials'

Mon 21.11.

Hotel Kyriad Bercy by Mosa

Posted by Walter Phillips on 21.11.2016 - Tagged as:

Hotel Kyriad Bercy by Mosa
Located in Paris’s twelfth arrondissement, the Hotel Kyriad Bercy has just finished refurbishing its communal areas, all of which have been skilfully redesigned by the Paris-based firm of architects 2A & Azoulay.

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Fri 18.11.

THE VERY FABRIC: HEIMTEXTIL 2017

Posted by Walter Phillips on 18.11.2016 - Tagged as:

 

THE VERY FABRIC: HEIMTEXTIL 2017

Textile digital printing is becoming increasingly important for interior design. At Heimtexil, planners can get a complete picture of the broad range of possibilities

Thanks to current developments in the world of textiles, HEIMTEXTIL, the largest international trade fair for home and contract textiles, is quickly becoming a new source of inspiration for planners and architects. (text by Ulrich Buttner)
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Apartment Tibbaut by RAS Arquitectura

Photographer: Jose Hevia

The project is carried out in an underground space near the sea, with barely any outside lighting and in serious humidity conditions. However, the interior of the simply-built, very small structure — barely 55m2 — had a real monumental look, presided over by two octagonal stone pillars from which domes and vaults rise to cover the space and bear the weight of the upper floors.

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Wed 16.11.

Hotel Kyriad Bercy by Mosa

Posted by Walter Phillips on 16.11.2016 - Tagged as:

Hotel Kyriad Bercy by Mosa
Located in Paris’s twelfth arrondissement, the Hotel Kyriad Bercy has just finished refurbishing its communal areas, all of which have been skilfully redesigned by the Paris-based firm of architects 2A & Azoulay.

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Wed 26.10.

Architectural Journey Of Discovery

Posted by Walter Phillips on 26.10.2016 - Tagged as:

Architectural Journey Of Discovery

The contribution of Mosa Scenes to the atmosphere of Peppe Giacomazza’s new Italian restaurant

Peppe Giacomazza made name with La Botte, his Italian restaurant in Genk, Belgium, that serves top-flight Italian food. Not long ago he opened his second restaurant, Peppe’s. Massimo Pignanelli of UAU collectiv designed the interior. ‘A common feature of all our designs is that we don’t reveal everything immediately. We want the user to go on a journey of discovery through a building. Walking from room to room, the visitor experiences different atmospheres. Furniture and the products on display, as well as the materials used, such as the 15 x 15 centimetre Mosa Murals Blend and Scenes tiles, all make their own contribution.’ (text by MOSA )

 

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Mon 26.9.

Architectural Journey Of Discovery

Posted by Walter Phillips on 26.09.2016 - Tagged as:

Architectural Journey Of Discovery

The contribution of Mosa Scenes to the atmosphere of Peppe Giacomazza’s new Italian restaurant

Peppe Giacomazza made name with La Botte, his Italian restaurant in Genk, Belgium, that serves top-flight Italian food. Not long ago he opened his second restaurant, Peppe’s. Massimo Pignanelli of UAU collectiv designed the interior. ‘A common feature of all our designs is that we don’t reveal everything immediately. We want the user to go on a journey of discovery through a building. Walking from room to room, the visitor experiences different atmospheres. Furniture and the products on display, as well as the materials used, such as the 15 x 15 centimetre Mosa Murals Blend and Scenes tiles, all make their own contribution.’ (text by MOSA )

 

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Wed 11.6.

Arup Debuts 3D Printed Construction Steelwork

Posted by Walter Phillips on 11.06.2014 - Tagged as: ,

3D Printed Construction Steelwork by Arup, photo: David Fotografie

3D Printed Construction Steelwork by Arup, photo: David Fotografie

Arup engineers are pushing the boundaries of 3D printing and taking the technology firmly into the realm of real-world applications, producing critical structural steel elements for use in complex projects.

 

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Wed 21.5.

So Transparent: London’s iconic Crystal Palace reloaded – Part II

Posted by Walter Phillips on 21.05.2014 - Tagged as:

The highly efficient and strong hex-tri-hex structure of an Eden biome

The highly efficient and strong hex-tri-hex structure of an Eden biome

Materials experts MATERIALS COUNCIL continue their investigation of the material-innovation and building-technology possibilities offered by the planned rebirth of London’s legendary Crystal Palace.

 

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