Posts tagged as 'Ulrich Büttner'

Tue 26.4.

Steamy Windows

Posted by Walter Phillips on 26.04.2016 - Tagged as:

The mirror glass front of the new series with integrated display, central control button and the flush recessed handle, which unfolds on commissioning

The mirror glass front of the new series with integrated display, central control button and the flush recessed handle, which unfolds on commissioning

V-ZUG, the Swiss market leader in household appliances, has spent the last 100 years turning the marriage of precision, longevity and innovative technology with elegant forms and surfaces into a veritable artform. Swiss understatement at its best. (by Ulrich Büttner)

 

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Mon 25.1.

Coming Full Circle

Posted by Walter Phillips on 25.01.2016 - Tagged as: ,

An art-like display highlights the natural visual characteristics of – and differences between – the individual panels

An art-like display highlights the natural visual characteristics of – and differences between – the individual panels

Suspended ceilings made of mineral fibre-panels traditionally finish their life cycle on the rubbish tip. However, mineral-tile producer and market leader OWA, based in Amorbach, Germany, has developed a process for reclaiming and completely recycling old panels. (by Ulrich Büttner)

 

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Wed 9.12.

Light + Building 2016: perfectly joined-up

Posted by Walter Phillips on 09.12.2015 - Tagged as: ,

For architects and interior designers, modern luminaires and perfect lighting are the perennial focus of the fair

For architects and interior designers, modern luminaires and perfect lighting are the perennial focus of the fair

The eighth edition of Light + Building, from 13 to 18 March 2016, invites visitors to experience the worlds of lighting, design and networked building-services technology. The top-level themes are lighting-design trends, human-centric lighting, smart homes, smart powered buildings and security technology. (by Ulrich Büttner)

 

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Wed 11.11.

Contract Creations

Posted by Walter Phillips on 11.11.2015 - Tagged as: ,

Theme Park – the secret heart of the fair, where statements on the coming season’s trends are made in vivid, attractive form; photo: Messe Frankfurt Exhibition GmbH / Pietro Sutera

Theme Park – the secret heart of the fair, where statements on the coming season’s trends are made in vivid, attractive form; photo: Messe Frankfurt Exhibition GmbH / Pietro Sutera

HEIMTEXTIL, the leading international trade fair for home and contract textiles, opens its doors to trade representatives from all over the world in Frankfurt am Main for four days from 12 to 15 January 2016. Past experience suggests that the event will attract architects, interior designers and members of related professions who hope to learn about on the most recent trends and innovations. (by Ulrich Büttner)

 

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Tue 27.10.

Trendsetter

Posted by Walter Phillips on 27.10.2015 - Tagged as: ,

Material collage on the trend subtopic ‘nourish’ presented by the U.S. WGSN agency. Such collages convey impressions of colour, tactile qualities, mood and atmosphere in the formulation of a trend statement

Material collage on the trend subtopic ‘nourish’ presented by the U.S. WGSN agency. Such collages convey impressions of colour, tactile qualities, mood and atmosphere in the formulation of a trend statement

Heimtextil, the leading international trade fair for home and contract textiles, opens its doors in Frankfurt am Main for four days from 12 to 15 January 2016. As the secret heart of the trade fair, the ‘Theme Park’ will be presenting international trends under the motto ‘Well-Being 4.0’ in a more than spacious setting in Hall 6. (by Ulrich Büttner)

 

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Thu 24.9.

ArchitekTOUR

Posted by Walter Phillips on 24.09.2015 - Tagged as: ,

A landmark and a guide: the congress that represents the climax and the culmination of the Heinze ArchitekTOUR was held last year in Duisburg Landscape Park, with its fascinating combination of industrial heritage and modern lighting installation

A landmark and a guide: the congress that represents the climax and the culmination of the Heinze ArchitekTOUR was held last year in Duisburg Landscape Park, with its fascinating combination of industrial heritage and modern lighting installation

With ArchitekTOUR Heinze has created a new format for the networking of architects and manufacturers. Since 2010 this has been enhancing purely trade fair events with selected talks and presentations. This year’s congress will be taking place at Frankfurt’s trade fair centre on 25 and 26 November, providing over 1000 architects and 80 exhibitors with an ideal opportunity for a fascinating dialogue on the subject of ‘Architecture in the era of information and knowledge’. (by Ulrich Büttner)

 

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Mon 21.9.

The Only Way is Up: OWA’s ceiling systems

Posted by Walter Phillips on 21.09.2015 - Tagged as: ,

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OWA, based in the Bavarian town of Amorbach, has been developing ceiling systems since 1948; first in woodfibre, then in mineral wool. Its latest offering, the ‘OWAconsult collection’, treats the ceiling as a three-dimensional object, imbuing it with optical interest as well as acoustic smarts. (by Ulrich Büttner)

 

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Wed 12.8.

Slenderness in Steel: the unico XS profile system

Posted by Walter Phillips on 12.08.2015 - Tagged as: ,

Forster unico XS is ideal for use in historical buildings when it comes to replacing traditional, small-paned glazing in industrial buildings with insulated products – such as here at the Löwenbräu-Areal in Zurich

Forster unico XS is ideal for use in historical buildings when it comes to replacing traditional, small-paned glazing in industrial buildings with insulated products – such as here at the Löwenbräu-Areal in Zurich

Forster Profilesysteme AG, headquartered in the Swiss town of Arbon still occupies the site where it was founded over 140 years ago. The original coppersmith shop of F.J. Forster has long since developed, however, into an innovative company with extensive know-how in stainless-steel processing and profile system development. (by Ulrich Büttner)

 

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