Wed 20.1.

MORE IS MORE: GIMA

Posted by Walter Phillips on 20.01.2021 - Tagged as:

London_Tate Modern

German brick manufacturer GIMA has been providing architects with the building blocks they need for bringing designs to life since 1903, and, today, offer not only a wide range of brick and paving possibilities, but innovative, bespoke, customer-oriented solutions too.


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Tue 19.1.

THE SWISS KITCHEN MAKER: BRUNNER

Posted by Walter Phillips on 19.01.2021 - Tagged as:

For close to 50 years now, BRUNNER KÜCHEN has stood for top quality, perfect functionality and impeccably stylish kitchen design.

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Mon 18.1.

A CUNNING PLAN: CHRISTINE KRÖNCKE INTERIOR DESIGN

Posted by Walter Phillips on 18.01.2021 - Tagged as:

How can designers and architects make purchasing decisions easier and avoid planning errors? The Munich-based interior design studio Christine Kröncke has a digital answer.

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Fri 15.1.

Layer by layer: ARGOLITE

Posted by Walter Phillips on 15.01.2021 - Tagged as:


There’s only one firm in Switzerland that produces high pressure laminate (HPL) sheets: ARGOLITE.
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Wed 13.1.

I LIKE TO MOVE IT, MOVE IT!: SIGEL

Posted by Walter Phillips on 13.01.2021 - Tagged as:

German office specialist SIGEL’s new MOVE IT system provides workers with the tools they need for navigating the world of New Work, with the emphasis on flexibility, agility and mobility.

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Tue 12.1.

HOLD ME TIGHT: AIR-LUX

Posted by Walter Phillips on 12.01.2021 - Tagged as:

The first ever sliding window system for skyscrapers by Swiss company Air-Lux has already proven itself under stringent US testing conditions. Just why it is the first to be suitable for high-rise buildings, with their enormous wind loads, is explained here.

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Fri 8.1.

FROZEN MUSIC: BUSCH-JAEGER

Posted by Walter Phillips on 08.01.2021 - Tagged as:

Watch now to find out how contemporary architecture and intelligent technologies are harmonising in Busch-Jaeger’s new film series.

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Thu 17.12.

SPOT ON: PLUG & LIGHT

Posted by Walter Phillips on 17.12.2020 - Tagged as:

Light straight out of the power socket? With Plug & Light, German think-tank Insta is setting new standards for the connecting of low-voltage LED luminaires to the mains supply – and more and more luminaire manufacturers and planners are recognising the potential of this new technology.

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