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Making architecture work: offices with structural shells

Valentina Diaz

19.02.2024

These four office designs use pre-existing buildings as formgiving architectural cocoons. Featuring Leopold Banchini Architects, Fontego Architettura, HUMANSCAPE and Klaarchitectuur.

Virtual brand spaces: exploring the visual worlds of ...

Brand story

Markus Hieke

15.02.2024

On behalf of the young bathroom brand FOR, the CGI experts of Danthree Studio once again artfully bring products and brand spaces to life in a universe of their own.

Feel the difference: EGGER Decorative Collection 24+

Brand story

Markus Hieke

13.02.2024

Under the motto ‘Time for more’, the internationally active wood-based materials specialist based in Austria has updated its much-appreciated collection for furniture and interior design, including new planning tools.

How to maximise facades in wall-to-wall architecture

Valentina Diaz

05.02.2024

Even within tighter than usual confines, these structures prove that a building situated between two existing ones doesn't have to result in an unremarkable design. Featuring Ahmed Hossman Saafan, Notan Office, Pepe Ramirez and Iterare Arquitectura.

Layer up: multi-purpose buildings with multi-layered facade ...

James Wormald

05.02.2024

These recent projects use open and layered facades to protect themselves while wearing history and purpose on their sleeves. Featuring c+d Design Center, allmannwappner, PAU – Practice for Architecture and Urbanism and Wutopia Lab.

Time for character: PerfectSense® Omnipore Matt by EGGER

Brand story

EGGER

15.01.2024

TM12 PerfectSense® Omnipore Matt – part of EGGER's Decorative Collection 24+ available from February – is a textured new surface with a natural and exquisite appearance, enabling more colour depth with its reduced reflection thanks to a matt

Four restaurant interiors that serve up texture

Claire Brodka

05.01.2024

When it comes to flavour, these projects from Europe and the United States don't just stick to the menu. Instead, a clever blend of materials transforms them into experiential spaces that entice patrons to linger a little longer.

End of Year Team Picks: the architecture and design stories ...

James Wormald

21.12.2023

In this special edition of Team Picks, we showcase the must-see projects and articles you may have missed in 2023. Featuring projects that de-urbanise the city, a treetop walk that urbanises nature and a therapeutic chair to sit back and enjoy it

Architonic stories of the year 2023: Products

James Wormald

13.12.2023

A retrospective collation of the most popular product-referencing stories from Architonic’s magazine section. Featuring doorways, coffee tables, electric alternatives, terrazzo and cork.

Architonic stories of the year 2023: Projects

James Wormald

12.12.2023

These most popular project-referencing stories from Architonic’s magazine feature micro-offices, playful bathrooms and nature-set spas as well as examples of how to successfully create facade-inspired surfaces and timeless interiors.

Architonic projects of the year 2023: Commercial

James Wormald

07.12.2023

Our annual review of the most popular commercial buildings and spaces in Architonic’s project database. Featuring weStudio, EFFEKT, Aaksen Responsible Aarchitecture, KAAN Architecten and Studiolada Architectes.

Architonic projects of the year 2023: Residential

James Wormald

05.12.2023

Our annual review of the most popular new living spaces in Architonic’s project database. Featuring Child Studio, Plus One Architects, Luke Moloney Architecture, Objektor Architekti and AKZ Architectura.

Stories of Amsterdam with balcony glazing from Solarlux

Brand story

Julia Hauch

30.11.2023

Bright, transparent living areas, protective balcony glazing that visually dissolves, floating gardens and energy-efficient technologies – how the ‘Stories’ timber hybrid building in Amsterdam is making sustainability history.

An industrial landmark offering new perspectives

Brand story

Julia Hauch

30.11.2023

The sensitive refurbishment of a former grain testing warehouse on the Spandau shipping canal in Berlin revives the historic charm of the building, opening it up to contemporary use.

Small sketches, big ideas – 40 years of window and facade ...

Brand story

Julia Hauch

30.11.2023

Four decades ago, friends Herbert Holtgreife and Heinz-Theo Ebbert played around with the idea of how to fold glass. Ever since, their company Solarlux has been optimising the light in our work and living spaces.

Team Picks: the architecture and design stories we loved in ...

Architonic

29.11.2023

In this monthly format, we bring you the must-see projects and articles you may have missed over the last four weeks on Architonic. Featured in November: private and public spaces for the senses, a reimagined architecture archetype and an exclusive

Bette does time at the Wilmina Hotel, a former prison

Brand story

Simon Keane-Cowell

28.11.2023

With elegant, tailor-made bathroom products, Bette has helped Grüntuch Ernst Architekten transform one of the most unlikely places to find high-class hospitality – a former prison – into a luxury hotel.

Think pink: a brief history of the trending designer colour

James Wormald

20.11.2023

More than just bubblegum and Barbiecore, the rise of pink as a serious colour for designer interiors and surfaces has been on the (swatch) cards for years. These example projects and products explain.

How to maximise residential space with built-in structures

Claire Brodka

16.11.2023

Space-saving heroes of the interior universe, built-ins epitomise the fusion of practicality and style. But what are some of the ways to integrate them into residential projects? These examples boost storage while keeping an eye on aesthetic

A sneak peek at EGGER's new rolling Decorative ...

Brand story

EGGER

07.11.2023

Keeping up-to-date with the latest trends, wood-based panel expert EGGER's rolling Decorative Collection 24+, available from February 2024, includes new additions to the brand's synchronised pore surfaces range such as ST40 Feelwood Oakgrain. Learn

Team Picks: the architecture and design stories we loved in ...

Architonic

31.10.2023

In this monthly format, we bring you the must-see projects and articles you may have missed over the last four weeks on Architonic. Featured in October: architecture that reinvents itself, the future of materials and spaces to cosy up in during the

Newly completed market halls that revitalise their urban ...

Claire Brodka

30.10.2023

By bridging not only commercial and cultural functions, but past and present, these four projects from different corners of the world prove that market halls have lost none of their ancient appeal. Featuring: Studio Metamorphosis, RootStudio,

Energy-efficient and future-oriented: Hager's ...

Brand story

Nils Schellmann

12.10.2023

Climate change has triggered a process of rethinking within the construction industry, and electrical expert Hager is supporting this change towards more climate-positive planning and building with not only its products but also its know-how.

More glass, more light: Solarlux's cero IV sliding ...

Brand story

Julia Hauch

10.10.2023

Even in small spaces, glass allows us to convey a feeling of expansiveness. With its new cero IV, Solarlux presents an uncompromisingly narrow sliding window system that opens up maximum scope for light and visibility.

Seeing the past in a new light: BURRI at Zurich Central ...

Brand story

Julia Hauch

04.10.2023

Leveraging its own long history of expertise in the sphere of public-space design, Swiss specialists BURRI played a major role in putting the architectural heritage of Zurich's central train station back into the spotlight…

Team Picks: the architecture and design stories we loved in ...

Architonic

29.09.2023

In this monthly format, we bring you the must-see projects and articles you may have missed over the last four weeks on Architonic. Featured in September: organic shapes, interiors that reflect their surroundings and playful public spaces.

Ten homes with weird and wonderful custom-shaped windows

James Wormald

13.09.2023

Transporting light and ventilation through a home, the benefits of windows are clear. But the shape of a home’s windows can also play an essential role in changing how we see it.

Newly opened hotel interiors that reflect their environment

Claire Brodka

08.09.2023

Bringing the outside in isn't just one of the most prominent interior trends of the last century. For these newly opened hospitality projects, it's a way to root themselves in their local surroundings and offer guests a truly authentic stay.

Energy solutions and appliances in the modern electric home

James Wormald

07.08.2023

Homeowners targeting carbon neutrality by reducing their reliance on fossil fuels can simply turn off the gas. But is the alternative just an all-electric dream?

‘Aesthetics that counteract purpose become ...

Claire Brodka

26.07.2023

For our penultimate Architonic Live Talk during FRAMING at 3daysofdesign, Signe Bindslev Henriksen and Peter Bundgaard Rützou explain the reason gut feelings are crucial to their success and why they think of Scandinavian design as a processing

The functional beauty in TwelveConcept’s high-traffic ...

Brand story

Harriet Thorpe

26.07.2023

Good design is both practical and visually appealing, yet achieving that optimum balance is not always easy. TwelveConcept’s elegant, customisable flooring rises to the challenge, combining high-quality materials with meticulous craftsmanship...

Maximum design freedom at your feet

Brand story

Julia Hauch

18.07.2023

With its Signature collection of luxury vinyl tiles, British brand Amtico opens up new dimensions of colour, shape, texture and functionality for flooring design.

Circularity that inspires: the PALMBERG Intelligence Series

Brand story

Markus Hieke

05.07.2023

Every change needs pioneers to prove that it represents a step forward – even if at first glance it entails extra effort. For part three of the PALMBERG Intelligence Series – a series presented by office furniture manufacturer PALMBERG – we

Split-level: mezzanine floors that reorganise the floorplan

James Wormald

28.06.2023

Either by building a two-level structure inside a high space or by removing part of the floor, installing a mezzanine level involves architectural bravery and design nous, but can be worth it.

When changes in flooring alter our spatial experience

James Wormald

19.06.2023

The floors we stand, walk and arrange furniture on are a constant presence. By contrasting colour, texture and material we can improve the comfort, navigation and usability of our most in-contact surface.

A case study in sustainable hospitality: London's One ...

Claire Brodka

09.06.2023

Janine Marshall, General Manager of the independent luxury hotel in Covent Garden, discusses what sustainability looks like at a granular level and why official accreditations can't cover every aspect of the climate responsibility complex.

Stay flexible above and under the surface

Brand story

EGGER

06.06.2023

Wood-based material specialist EGGER produces durable laminates, near-limitless in shape, form and finish, and perfectly suited to the demanding criteria found in hospitality or retail markets. Watch the video to find out more…

Smart at the start: the Busch-Jaeger Intelligence Series

Brand story

Markus Hieke

19.05.2023

In the third part of the Busch-Jaeger Intelligence Series – a series of three articles sponsored by the specialist for electrical installation technology and building automation – together with Prof. Dr. Michael Krödel from the Rosenheim

Reinterpreting an ancient craft: miniature ceramic tiles ...

Brand story

Harriet Thorpe

17.05.2023

Rescuing tradition while adapting to contemporary demands, the small-sized ceramic tiles that comprise Marca Corona’s new ‘Miniature’ line are characterised by their durability, versatility and timeless style.

A nuanced game: the PALMBERG Intelligence Series

Brand story

Markus Hieke

05.05.2023

Whether it is possible to work in a creative, concentrated and productive way in an office depends on a variety of factors. To kick off the Palmberg Intelligence Series – a three-part series presented by office furniture manufacturer Palmberg –

The growing advantages of green roofs: bringing buildings to ...

James Wormald

01.05.2023

Once seen as a complex and costly solution, living roofs are now growing in popularity, bringing many environmental benefits to projects big and small.

Responsible comfort: the Bette Intelligence Series

Brand story

Markus Hieke

26.04.2023

In the third installment of the Bette Intelligence Series – a series of three articles sponsored by the German manufacturer of premium glazed titanium steel – we ask Belgian interior designer Nathalie Deboel how we can transform residential

A new player has entered the game: playful hospitality ...

James Wormald

24.04.2023

More than just the styled decor and quirky cocktail names of a themed bar, these games-loving bars, cafés and restaurants appeal to both drinkers and non-drinkers by asking them out to play.

Achieving maximum flexibility (and style) with frameless ...

Brand story

Peter Smisek

19.04.2023

Versatile, adaptable and space-saving, pocket doors offer unparalleled flexibility and fluidity in modern interiors. Ermetika’s frameless sliding door, the ‘Echo’, embodies these qualities in a sleek, functional design.

How to create luxurious and tactile contemporary interiors ...

James Wormald

19.04.2023

Natural leather has a rich history in tradition and luxury, and is ever-present in both fashion and design. But with rising questions over the environmental impact of leather, what is its future?

Solarlux: Glass made to measure

Brand story

Markus Hieke

14.04.2023

With Proline T, Solarlux has combined its range of facade and balcony glazing into a comprehensive system family – including improved sound insulation properties and wind resistance.

Immerse yourself in an invisible world by JUNG

Brand story

Markus Hieke

13.04.2023

At Milan Design Week 2023, visitors to Brera can look forward to the fabulous ‘Invisible’ pop-up installation by switch manufacturer JUNG – including an immaterial souvenir.

The evolved architecture and design of high-street finance ...

James Wormald

15.03.2023

Retail bank branches have dwindled in the great digital evolution. But as these evolved branches prove, by focusing on comfort, personal service and human contact, physical finance can endure.

The value of sustainable construction certification

James Wormald

13.03.2023

Sustainable certifications allow brands to parade their green credentials like celebrity endorsements. More than just marketing tools, however, they help to distinguish fact from greenwashing fiction.

The green light: ISH 2023

Brand story

Markus Hieke

24.02.2023

With this year's motto 'Solutions for a sustainable future’, ISH, the World's Leading Trade Fair for HVAC and Water, signals the industry's determined departure towards a more sustainable future. Around 2,000 exhibitors from the sanitation, heating

Made for infinity: NEOO by Object Carpet

Brand story

Markus Hieke

10.02.2023

Together with circular economy pioneer Niaga, Object Carpet has developed the world's first endless circular carpet – the first step into a circular future...

Breaking down barriers: the Busch-Jaeger Intelligence Series

Brand story

Markus Hieke

19.01.2023

In the first installment of the Busch-Jaeger Intelligence Series – three consecutive features sponsored by the German specialist for electrical installation technology and building automation – architect Ursula Fuss speaks about an inclusive

Tailor-made: Dentsu and furnishing partner König + Neurath

Brand story

Markus Hieke

15.12.2022

For our second case study with König + Neurath, we visit three of international marketing agency Dentsu's offices in Munich, Frankfurt and Zurich.

Sustainable comfort: OWActive mineral climate ceiling

Brand story

Architonic

01.12.2022

OWActive mineral climate ceilings combine all the advantages of mineral ceiling systems from OWA with efficient room temperature control – and have won several awards for their democratic design and careful use of resources. Watch the video to

You have to be there: retail spaces that buy into experience

James Wormald

02.11.2022

Online, retailers can provide more choice, better service and a more comfortable showroom. What they lack, however, is occasion. These bricks-and-mortar stores make in-person shopping special again.

‘Thursday is the new Friday. If it wasn't already’: ...

James Wormald

01.11.2022

Russell Potter of Soda Studio describes how workplaces are creating more engaging environments: ‘We've seen offices put in show kitchens and yoga studios.’ Watch the video for more…

Matteo Thun & Partners explain their approach to ...

Simon Keane-Cowell

25.10.2022

'Applying international and globally recognised certifications is not enough if there is no "self-certification",' argues the award-winning office's top team.

A cut above the rest: Licht im Raum

Brand story

Markus Hieke

12.10.2022

Cultural monument meets living space: In Düsseldorf, five penthouses were built onto the roof of a historical bunker. Licht im Raum set the scene for the luxurious homes within.

Constructive Alps prize 2022: sustainable development award ...

James Wormald

05.10.2022

Taking guidance from the Alpine Convention’s Climate Action Plan on sustainable development, these are the four winning redevelopment projects awarded the Constructive Alps prize.

Creating transitions with EGGER

Brand story

Julia Hauch

03.10.2022

Under the motto 'create transitions', wood-based materials specialist EGGER's creative solutions show how interior design can facilitate contemporary living processes while shaping the future.

Making an impact with Unilin MDF

Brand story

Emma Moore

29.09.2022

Behind schedule, the Hotel Astoria in De Haan, Belgium, turned to Unilin's quick-application, ecological and impact-resistant MDF Clicwall panels to get its stylish redevelopment back on track.

Optimising consumption with Hager's new energy ...

Brand story

Mareile Morawietz

27.09.2022

In an environment where energy is becoming ever more precious, Hager's product innovations make sure that none of it gets lost by optimising processes and thinking ahead.

Four tunnels brought to life with absorbing interiors

James Wormald

31.08.2022

The dark, unwelcoming atmosphere of a tunnel can make them hard to use as interior spaces, but as these refreshed underground passageways prove, there’s light to be found at the tunnel’s end.

Making energy flow with Hager

Brand story

Mareile Morawietz

31.08.2022

At this year's Light + Building in Frankfurt from 2 to 6 October, Hager will present its energy solutions for built projects across all shapes, sizes and functions – helping industry professionals plan a more efficient future.

Magnificent house on the beach in Scandinavia

Willa Nordic

25.08.2022

'Willa Nordic created a completely unique home with a fantastic location on the beach totally according to the customer's wishes and the architect's intentions.'

Editor's Letter — July 2022

Simon Keane-Cowell

27.07.2022

Global Design Agenda's Sustainability Design Week speakers stress the need to design and build sustainable cities for survival.

Seamless renovating with Dornbracht

Brand story

Architonic

19.07.2022

Discover how a loft project in Zurich’s city centre smoothly transitioned between the manufacturer’s luxury designs – giving the space a sustainable, modern refresh.

A holistic shelving system with sustainability factor: D2 by ...

Brand story

Gerrit Terstiege

15.07.2022

With a special focus on recyclable materials and ease of assembly, the manufacturer's latest collaboration with DIEZ OFFICE proposes a futuristic solution to office storage.

'Architecture has always been a bit of a ...

Simon Keane-Cowell

06.07.2022

Craig Robertson of AHMM explains the opposing factors of modern architecture: 'Different stakeholders have different ideas of what a good building is.' Watch the video to hear what else he has to say…

'We cannot not build – but instead build for adaptive ...

Katharina Schwarze

05.07.2022

Oliver Schaper of Gensler, one of the largest architecture firms in the world and currently in partnership with UN-Habitat, discusses the circular construction model. Watch the video to learn more…

A neighbourhood feel for the office

Brand story

Nick Compton

30.06.2022

By looking to urban planning for design inspiration, Steelcase has created a new roadmap and key principles for designing workspaces that make employees feel 'rooted and replenished.'

How Steelcase makes offices a destination with Signature ...

Brand story

Nick Compton

30.06.2022

By creating task-specific, easy-to-specify landscapes within the workspace, Steelcase's curated architectural scenes promote high performance and holistic wellbeing for a rejuvenated office experience.

The Design Educates Awards takes us back to school

Design Educates Awards

29.06.2022

Rewarding the educational value of architecture and design projects, the Design Educates Awards programme believes that innovation is worthless if it doesn't teach others to do the same.

Building bridges: five garden bridges that connect users to ...

James Wormald

27.06.2022

Green space can be hard to find in modern overgrown cities. These bridges knit together natural areas hidden in urban centres, and connect urbanites with the natural landscapes outside them.

Celebrating nature with Marca Corona

Brand story

Emma Moore

20.06.2022

With its new tiles, the Italian ceramic manufacturer introduces products that are both sustainable and aesthetically pleasing, helping to bring the soothing effect of nature indoors at little cost to our shared planet.

Interni: charting success online

Brand story

Emma Moore

17.06.2022

With its newly launched website and suite of useful online tools, Italian design specialist Interni has broadened its philosophy of the 'total design experience' far beyond its physical stores – without losing any of the personalised touch.

Standing out with KEUCO Black Selection

Brand story

Mareile Morawietz

15.06.2022

When it came to reinventing its most popular bathroom fittings, accessories, and furniture pieces, the German manufacturer decided on a monochrome shade as a new surface treatment: Black Selection helps integrate a timeless look and feel into a wide

'This is not just a showroom': going BettePlaces

Brand story

Simon Keane-Cowell

13.06.2022

Upon a recent visit to Bette's HQ, the German bathroom expert revealed a whole world of architectural typologies in a new, immersive proof-of-concept experience.

Behind the scenes of Interni's total design experience

Brand story

Simon Keane-Cowell

01.06.2022

Find out why the recently renovated Interni flagship store in Milan is symbolic of the Italian company's larger goal of offering full-service partnerships to designers and architects worldwide.

'Design was crucial to our storytelling': how a ...

Brand story

Simon Keane-Cowell

16.05.2022

The design process revealed! Find out how a local architect and a creative hotelier, together with bathroom-fittings experts HEWI, fashioned a destination that's a shining example of how it's done.

Cutting through the noise with sound solutions by Impact ...

Brand story

Simon Keane-Cowell

22.04.2022

Swiss sound-management experts Impact Acoustic are getting heard when it comes to architecturally integrated acoustic solutions. Watch the video to learn more…

Building blocks for the office future

Brand story

Nick Compton

21.04.2022

De Vorm designs like the LJ and Hale series of PET Felt stacking chairs or Big Modular Table System combine flexibility with ease of use for a fully functional, future-focused workspace.

An urgent interrogation of working practices

Brand story

Nick Compton

21.04.2022

A post-pandemic hybrid work culture not only means shifting office hours, but also calls for a radical rethinking of the physical space that employees use to perform. De Vorm has some ideas.

Nine projects with sunken living zones

James Wormald

21.04.2022

By surrounding users with the comforting permanence of the ground, these six projects from across the world create intimate sunken living spaces that hold us in a supportive embrace.

Seven projects that use 3D visualisation to give the full ...

James Wormald

14.04.2022

With natural lighting, surfaces and adaptable physics, 3D visualisation uses realism, real-time rendering and VR technology to help clients see plans for real in a virtual world.

Bringing the great outdoors inside with cero by Solarlux

Brand story

Barbara Jahn-Rösel

11.04.2022

Bringing the surrounding lake landscape into the interior of a private villa near Potsdam – project architect Bianca Klinger achieved this by making Solarlux's large cero sliding windows an integral part of the building's elaborate glass facade.

Five projects that top it all off with unique ceiling ...

James Wormald

07.04.2022

These five projects encourage visitors to keep looking up. Using different materials and techniques, they turn the mundanity of flat, boring ceilings into special, individual surfaces to gaze up at.

Nine designer radiator typologies that turn up the heat

James Wormald

05.04.2022

Warming up chilly interiors with a blend of science and artistry, these nine types of contemporary radiator bring creativity in from the cold.

An all-round approach to interior design: Bonaldo

Brand story

Alyn Griffiths

01.04.2022

With their concept of B/Style, Italian furniture specialists Bonaldo apply the idea of a harmonious gesamtkunstwerk to interior design – and their new catalogues.

Going underground: ten subterranean building projects

James Wormald

31.03.2022

As space becomes more precious above land, it's a natural response to retreat below. Underground construction opens up new worlds, whether to protect us from the elements or to protect the elements from us.

11 tips to design form-fitting walk-in wardrobes

James Wormald

29.03.2022

They’re often considered to be only for the rich and famous, but walk-in wardrobes don’t actually need that much extra space. Here’s how to create one with the perfect fit.

Build a career with DAAily jobs

James Wormald

17.03.2022

As part of the world’s biggest online network for creatives, DAAily jobs helps talented professionals find their dream job, and world-famous firms find fresh minds.

Seven types of corporate auditorium

James Wormald

04.03.2022

Finding they need to educate and interact with their workforces on a larger scale, companies are looking to other areas for inspiration on pimping up their in-house presentation spaces.

'People react to environment': rethinking the ...

Brand story

Simon Keane-Cowell

01.03.2022

Find out how a regional bank in Germany went from a simple furnishing job to full-blown cultural transformation thanks to workplace-design experts Interstuhl.

What is biophilic design, and can it save the planet?

James Wormald

01.03.2022

The practice of biophilic design – using plants and green space to improve health and wellbeing – is an important tool, but can it solve the environmental crisis too?

Five rules of great Scandinavian design

James Wormald

17.02.2022

When bathed in constant light, Scandinavia is spoiled with beautiful scenery. When the sun goes away, however, attentions turn inside. Here’s how to recreate amazing Scandinavian home interiors.

Architonic's most-viewed projects of 2021: Retail ...

James Wormald

15.01.2022

These outlandish, luxurious and downright surreal retail spaces were Architonic users' most-seen new shops of 2021.

Architonic's most-viewed projects of 2021: Hospitality ...

James Wormald

14.01.2022

This eclectic list of Architonic's most-clicked new hotels, restaurants, bars, and public spaces of 2021 prove design-lovers interest in travel hasn't waned over the past year.

Architonic's most-viewed projects of 2021: Office ...

James Wormald

13.01.2022

These most-popular office interiors of 2021 gave employees space to both work and play, while projecting a respectful, comforting and professional aura to clients.

Architonic's most-viewed projects of 2021: Residential ...

James Wormald

12.01.2022

To reach this list of our users' most popular new residential interior spaces of 2021, projects must have had jaw-dropping visuals, but they also tend to feature the most sensible, functional long-term solutions to their brief.

Architonic's most-viewed projects of 2021: Houses

James Wormald

11.01.2022

The five most-visited new architectural housing project pages of 2021 tell stories of sustainability and luxury, with stunning locations and photography.

Renovating with Clicwall: fast, smart and strategic

UNILIN Division Panels

06.01.2022

When you think about renovating, it’s easy to think of stressful situations. Clicwall, the modular wall-cladding system with a smart click profile by Unilin Panels, makes your renovation a dream come true.

From ovens to coffee machines. Contemporary appliances for a ...

James Wormald

04.01.2022

Modern innovations in kitchen appliances mean fans of the stark visuals of extreme minimalism can create the look, without giving up the stuff.

Staircases to heaven – ten ways to rise up

James Wormald

16.12.2021

The world of staircase design is filled with twists and turns. But before you fall down the rabbit hole, here are ten different staircase types to choose from, and a few other options too.

Seven Swiss interiors with the best seats outside the house

James Wormald

09.12.2021

The majestic Alpine landscapes of Switzerland combine the traditional with the contemporary in these seven tourist-enticing interiors that focus on their exteriors.

Six of the best adaptive reuse projects that upcycle their ...

James Wormald

02.12.2021

Adaptive reuse is the sustainable face of architecture. This visionary process of architectural alchemy allows cities to thrive and remain relevant, without forgetting their past.

How to utilise existing floors on refurbishment projects

Peter Smisek

06.10.2021

When it comes to the renovation of existing spaces, architects can find the optimal flooring solutions by merging existing features with contemporary new elements.

First-class honours: Feco

Brand story

Gerrit Terstiege

30.06.2021

Behnisch Architekten’s new Science and Engineering Complex at Harvard has set new standards in sustainable building. Here’s how German partition specialist Feco was part of it.

Architonic Story: Heinze ArchitekTOUR

Brand story

Architonic

07.04.2021

Since 2010, the enlightening Heinze ArchitekTOUR expo and networking event has become one of the key talking shops for the future of architecture. With a third virtual event from 19 April to 14 May 2021, watch the video to find out more.

Licence to dream: FritsJurgens

Brand story

Harriet Thorpe

06.04.2021

FRITSJURGENS pivoting doors can be installed in minutes and give architects the possibility to make lasting statements.

Bath to the future: Villeroy & Boch

Brand story

Mareile Morawietz

30.03.2021

Villeroy & Boch’s new collections provide greater planning freedom, allowing for the transformation of functional bathrooms into future-oriented, wellness spaces.

Box clever: Heinze ArchitekTOUR

Brand story

Julia Hauch

30.03.2021

With topics ranging from community building through cultural perception to architects as business developers, the Heinze ArchitekTOUR’s ‘Out of the Box’ series identifies new approaches and new role models for how we will live tomorrow.

Digital dialogue: Heinze ArchitekTOUR

Brand story

Julia Hauch

30.03.2021

To advance visionary concepts, the right people need to be in the room, so Heinze has invited emerging talents as well as established industry experts to join the ArchitekTOUR supporting programme.

On ArchitekTOUR: Heinze

Brand story

Julia Hauch

30.03.2021

From 19 April to 14 May, the industry will come together virtually for the Heinze ArchitekTOUR – a digital space for exploring ideas about how we will live and work in the future.

Stripe club: Dresswall

Brand story

Dominic Lutyens

26.03.2021

Italian manufacturer Dresswall shows how to clad walls in hours rather than days with its new DresswallStripes collection – creating environments that range from the minimalist to the theatrical.

Architonic Story: Ceramiche Keope

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Architonic

24.03.2021

Inspired by luxury European villas of the early 20th century, Italian ceramics specialist Ceramiche Keope presents its reminiscently atmospheric 9Cento collection, with six marble varieties that hark back to the period. Watch to learn more.

Translucency & Raw Materials: A Brief Analysis of ...

ArchDaily

18.03.2021

Eduardo Souza examines the design philosophy of 2021 Pritzker Prize Laureates Anne Lacaton and Jean-Philippe Vassal.

How elevating: Aritco

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James Wormald

26.02.2021

Platform lifts. Swedish manufacturer ARITCO shows how architects can integrate them into residential properties without them looking like an afterthought – but rather a serious design statement.

The all-clear: Orama Minimal Frames

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Emma Moore

23.02.2021

In order to meet the ambitious design goals and exacting standards of its prestige project in Dubai, architectural firm KPF turned to ORAMA MINIMAL FRAMES, with its extraordinary, innovative aluminium-frame solutions.

Museum piece: David Chipperfield Architects’ new Zurich ...

Alun Lennon

13.01.2021

Like what you see? Jan Parth, project architect responsible for delivering David Chipperfield Architects’ latest cultural project, talks about the soft power of hard facades.

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