The facade of a building not only contributes to its aesthetic and design,...
- The answer to safer facades: Building fire-safe facades with Elval Colour
- CircleReading Hospital case study: Combining clinical excellence and stunning architecture
- Enduring sustainability: How Elval’s orofe helped create the energy-efficient Dutch Embassy
- Bringing Amsterdam’s Amstelveen Theatre to life with Elval Colour
- The perfect solution: Designing Lufthansa Building D with Elval Colour’s etalbond
The answer to safer facades: Building fire-safe facades with Elval Colour
The facade of a building not only contributes to its aesthetic and design, but also plays an important role in fire safety.
CircleReading Hospital case study: Combining clinical excellence and stunning architecture
Circle is the UK-based healthcare partnership with a social mission to ‘make healthcare better for the NHS and private patients.’ Established, owned and run by its clinicians, Circle’s goal is to put patients first and the organisation believes that a pleasing architectural environment can positively impact medical recovery.
Enduring sustainability: How Elval’s orofe helped create the energy-efficient Dutch Embassy
In October 2013, the Embassy of The Kingdom of The Netherlands opened its newly constructed office in Canberra, Australia. The modern building replaced its 60 year old predecessor, which had become outdated and did not accord with the Embassy’s latest ambitions for a modern, energy-neutral chancellery.
Bringing Amsterdam’s Amstelveen Theatre to life with Elval Colour
Built in the south of Amsterdam, The Amstelveen Theatre building origins date back to 1975. In 2012, a renovation project was approved to transform the Theatre Tower into an elaborate performance space, doubling the height of the old building structure to increase the internal capacity for stage design.
The perfect solution: Designing Lufthansa Building D with Elval Colour’s etalbond
Winner of the Prime Property Prize Małopolska 2013 and recipient of a distinction at the 2012 art Urbanica competition, Building D at the Bonarka area for Business (B4B) features 9,500 square metres of light and airy office space.
An architectural icon: Designing Marina Bay Sands, Singapore
Designed by Moshe Safdie Architects, Singapore’s $5.7bn Marina Bay Sands resort is one of the most expensive buildings in the world. The iconic complex is situated on the waterfront of the city’s financial district and was opened across multiple phases between 2010 and 2011.
A strong visual identity: Constructing Bangalore International Airport with Elval Colour
Bangalore International Airport opened its doors in 2008. Six years later, it was categorised as the third busiest airport in India, after the Indira Gandhi International Airport, Delhi and the Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport, Mumbai.
Statoil Oslo HQ: Unique aesthetic meets environmental design
Construction of Statoil’s Oslo HQ, on the outskirts at Fornebu, Oslo, finished in 2012, but the building was acclaimed long before its completion.
Case study: Quai 9 Cultural Centre, Lanester
Boasting strong architectural character, Quai 9 was built in 2017 as demand for a cultural hub in the French municipality of Lanester grew. An area with a history steeped in maritime tradition, Lanester sits in the heart of Lorient with the River Scorff as a border to the east.
The advantages of coated aluminium rain gutter systems
A building’s facade helps create a good first impression for the business that’s inside. Striking architecture or a unique aesthetic can tell customers a lot about a company; that they’re forward-thinking, or environmentally aware, for example.
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