"Utopia", KAAN Architecten: among bricks and concrete
The 8.000 square-meter brick structure incorporates a striking historic building from the second half of the Nineteenth century and rejuvenates the urban landscape
The renovation of of a historical building
The operation, curated by ZDA| Zupelli Design Architettura, aims to introduce new architectural qualities in a building of the late twentieth century
Margine unveils a pavilion for the Meyer Pediatric Hospital Foundation in Florence
Margine presents Bettino, the new pavilion dedicated to the sale of the merchandising products of the Meyer Foundation
The Moon Boutique Hotel with luxury marble effects
Ceramiche Caesar contributed to reaching this result with Anima, a porecelan tile collection that reproduces the most precious marble to transform spaces with its noble and exclusive character and gives its appeal to many of the hotel’s spaces.
Bernini² La Villa e La Torre, Turin
The early 20th century villa has become part of Bernini², an eclectic real estate renovation and expansion project based on sustainability, innovation and elegance
Shackerley’s SureClad® Façades rejuvenate Bracknell High Street
Ventilated façade specialist, Shackerley, has played an essential role in creating a cohesive new high street for Bracknell in Berkshire.
The Crystal Board Room: innovative materials and sustainability
At the request of the architects Jotta and Jump, the Shape Studio conceived a futuristic and ultra-sustainable concept to create a space for innovation within the famous The Crystal.
MALBA: a renovation based on fluid spaces
For the MALBA Museum, Herreros used a wide range of materials with an industrial style, creating a seamless environment that evokes an intermediate space between the city and the exhibition halls.
The new lounge Casa Alitalia: material contrasts and iconic design
The iconic signs of the design lies in the large entrance gate made of Travertino Titanio, the strong geometries of the coverings, the contrast between several materials.
Soma Loft: where concrete and oak cohabit
Tthe space was reimagined as a composition of planes and volumes in warm materials
The Virgin Active in Pretoria chooses the cement effect stoneware
In the new Virgin Active in Pretoria, gym, swimming pool, dressing rooms and outdoor areas are all marked by one main material: the modern cement effect of the Italgraniti Group surfaces.
The thermo-treated ash in "Il Sereno" by Patricia Urquiola
The Hotel, designed by Patricia Urquiola and Fabio Valentini, is a combination of tradition and modernity. It is inserted and almost incorporated in the lake environment.