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    Fiemme 3000

    Fiemme 3000

    30.06.2015

    Wooden Floor.Biocompatibile, for life.Wood is a son of Earth, Water, Air and Light.From Earth, it gets solidity,.from Water, the ability to change form,.from Air, flexibility and lightness.from Light, its warmth.

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    AGENA® WALLPAPERS, FABRICS AND RUGS

    Agena

    12.06.2015

    Over 40 years of history for AGENA®, promoter of the Made in Italy and on the international markets with more than 100 collections of decorative fabrics for upholstery, curtains, accessories and many collections of wallpapers. Today, the company is

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    strasserthun works with a light

    Strasser Thun

    08.06.2015

    Considered the tool of the future, laser cutting and laser engraving of solid wood, veneer and other materials are available at strasserthun. Sawing, drilling and milling are also included in the company’s daily use. Strasserthun uses a specialised

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    Same But Different: Pfleiderer's DST System

    Brand story

    Ulrich Büttner

    01.04.2015

    The DST system from Pfleiderer will raise designers’ creative freedom to a whole new level, because, with the DST range, interiors can be decked out with different surfaces, textures and core materials and can thus be used to satisfy many technical

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    Veneer: Wood at its Best

    Ulrich Büttner

    03.12.2014

    We all know what veneer is – at least we think we do. Few of us, though, know the full range of applications that this finest of tree products has to offer. Highly versatile not only in technical terms, but also in its visual and emotional impact,

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    The Shapeshifter: material innovation FluidSolids

    Brand story

    Simon Keane-Cowell

    16.10.2013

    Nominated for this year's Design Prize Switzerland, Zurich-based designer Beat Karrer's material innovation FluidSolids, with its strong ecological credentials and impressive programmability, is poised to give traditional materials like metal and

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    Supersize Me: Materials Council's 'In the Scale of ...

    Simon Keane-Cowell

    26.09.2013

    For a colourless, odourless gas, CO2 packs a punch. It now accounts for 76% of all greenhouse-gas emissions. So how do you communicate to a fair-going public the relative merits of different materials when it comes to carbon emissions? Materials

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    Materials Council: activity update

    Simon Keane-Cowell

    19.06.2013

    Materials Council has been busy. Founded in partnership with Architonic in 2012, the leading London-based consultancy has proved in a mere nine months its expertise and relevance to architects, manufacturers and business, providing indispensable

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    Looming Large: innovation in new textile design

    Simon Keane-Cowell

    29.01.2013

    If you think textile design is, well, a little two-dimensional, think again. Contemporary producers of high-quality woven materials for interiors are busy exploring all sorts of innovative directions in terms of materials, processes and applications.

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    Whiter Shade of Pale: Materials Council's 'Whiter ...

    Simon Keane-Cowell

    28.09.2012

    White. But not as you know it. Newly launched creative materials consultancy Materials Council's inaugural show at this year's Super Brands London neatly demonstrated that there's more than meets the eye when it comes to that most pure of colours.

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    Architonic is proud to announce the launch of Materials ...

    Simon Keane-Cowell

    17.09.2012

    Architonic is proud to announce the launch of Materials Council – a new partner company in which it has a significant participation – at the London Design Festival, September 2012.

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    The Very Fabric of Architecture: textile use in construction

    Susanne Fritz

    20.08.2011

    Most people have at one time or another spent the night in a tent and have benefited from the protection provided by its fabric, while at the same time enjoying the sensation of being separated from nature by nothing more than a thin shell. Textile

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    Concrete in Architecture (3): Furniture & Objects

    Susanne Fritz

    18.11.2010

    In what for the moment will be the last part of our "Concrete in Architecture" series the focus will be on the use of concrete in interior architecture, in particular for creating objects and furniture. .The attraction of concrete as a material is

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    Concrete in Architecture (2): not really grey

    Susanne Fritz

    10.10.2010

    In the second part of our 'Concrete in Architecture' series, Architonic shows how concrete certainly doesn't have to be grey. From delicate tones to high luminosity, it can take on a wide range of chromatic and emotional complexions. In the following

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    CNC carpentry: the 'selfsupportingframework'

    Nora Schmidt

    06.10.2010

    Recently, carpentry-oriented joinery has been enjoying a renaissance thanks to the increased use of CNC-driven manufacturing techniques – even connecting parts can be produced in a number of geometric variations and cost efficiently at that.

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    Concrete in Architecture (1): a material both stigmatised ...

    Susanne Fritz

    04.10.2010

    Almost no other material manages to carry such contradictory associations. Stigmatised on the one hand, celebrated on the other, it evokes highly diverse reactions. The word 'concrete' was used for the first time in 1750 by Bernard Forêst de

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    Herbal Architecture

    Susanne Fritz

    14.04.2010

    The Hanging Gardens of Babylon went down in history as one of the Seven Wonders of the World. Vertical gardens were then, as they still are today, signs of innovative architecture.

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    MADE Milan - Materials Report Part 3/3

    Susanne Fritz

    22.02.2010

    Day three of research at the MADE fair took the Architonic Team even deeper into the Milan exhibition halls, temporary home of a seemingly inexhaustible amount of exciting materials and products.

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    MADE Milan - Materials Report Part 2/3

    Susanne Fritz

    19.02.2010

    Here are our discoveries from the second day of the MADE expo in Milan, the fair that makes every materials fetishist's heart beat faster.including ours.

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    MADE Milan - Materials Report Part 1/3

    Susanne Fritz

    14.02.2010

    MADE 2010, short for Milano Design Architettura Edilizia, took place at the city's trade-fair grounds, wowing visitors with an exciting exhibition of building and other materials. Because of the wealth of materials on show, which we gathered over

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    Swissbau 2010, Basel: Architonic selects the best materials ...

    Susanne Fritz

    30.01.2010

    Architonic recently visited the Swissbau 2010 expo in Basel, whose focus this year was on sustainability. From the mass of exhbitors, we've selected our favourites for you, scrutinising their innovative, technological and architectural qualities.

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    Material Vision 2009

    Sebastian Bäthies

    22.11.2009

    Innovative materials for designers, architects and product developers

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    Feeling Felt

    Nils Becker

    28.07.2009

    Felt is a material which is experiencing a renaissance. Not just in fashion but nowadays also in product design and architecture, more and more creative spirits are exploiting the potential of this material.

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    3form case studies

    NoéMie Schwaller

    20.07.2009

    Refurbishing the Alice Tully Hall (built 1969) in the Licoln Center, New York, presented a unique challenge for the U.S. company 3form.

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    ComplexCity

    NoéMie Schwaller

    03.07.2009

    ComplexCity is an exploration to find a concealed aesthetic by using the pattern formed by the city's roads, which have been growing and evolving randomly through time.

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    Angst im Dunklen?

    NoéMie Schwaller

    09.06.2009

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    Datenbank zum Anfassen

    Sebastian Bäthies

    07.05.2009

    Ein Archiv spezieller Art wurde jüngst mit dem Materialarchiv ins Leben gerufen. Das Materialarchiv ist eine Symbiose aus Online-Datenbank und einer Materialsammlung zum Anfassen als auch des haptischen Erlebens von Werkstoffen.

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    Interieur / Exterieur

    NoéMie Schwaller

    24.03.2009

    Nya Nordiska, a leading international textile company based in Dannenberg, North Germany, whose early stages were strongly influenced by Scandinavian design, recently received a highly unusual enquiry from the Kunstmuseum Wolfsburg.

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    The new materiality of shadows

    Susanne Fritz

    23.03.2009

    For hundreds of years artists and architects have been fascinated by cast shadows and perspective – the two shaping factors of spatial representation. Today the direct control of production machinery by means of digital design tools imparts an

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    sweet hope

    NoéMie Schwaller

    18.03.2009

    Sweet Hope is a curtain fabric, designed by the acclaimed Japanese designer Akira Minagawa. Ideal for offices, it offers superb heat and light regulation properties.

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    Ceramic Tiles of Italy. A Natural Beauty

    NoéMie Schwaller

    02.03.2009

    From 22 to 27 April 2009 the aesthetic quality and cutting-edge technology of Italian ceramics will be the main focus of the image show “Ceramic Tiles of Italy. A Natural Beauty”.

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    Materiology

    Susanne Junker

    17.02.2009

    This is an exciting and stimulating book which is both an enjoyable read and a detailed and accurate work of reference!

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    Zumtobel Highlights Show

    NoéMie Schwaller

    22.12.2008

    The Zumtobel Highlights Show has been kicked off on 2 September, which marked the beginning of a 23,000 kilometer journey for the product innovations.

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    Polyhydroxybutyrates (PHB) reinforced by nano particles

    Sascha Peters

    05.12.2008

    As a result of diminishing resources and rising prices the age of oil is drawing to a close. Accordingly there is increasing interest in renewable raw materials as alternative sources.

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    «Design as Italian Value»

    NoéMie Schwaller

    26.11.2008

    Ceramic tiles as wall decoration were brought to southern Europe by the Moors and the first European ceramics industry was to be found in the Roman Empire. It is therefore not surprising that the most important trade fair for the ceramics industry

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    Translucent insulated glass

    Sascha Peters

    17.09.2008

    The extension to the Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art in Kansas City is an impressive example of the use of translucent but opaque glass facades.

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    Tactile Legerity

    NoéMie Schwaller

    27.08.2008

    Cork enables innovative production methods and new ways of interaction with the environment. Widely praised as a pioneering force in green trends, this tactile and unconventional material.

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    Polycarbonate goes Olympic

    Sascha Peters

    18.08.2008

    The locations for the competitions in this summer's Olympic Games in China had to meet a range of criteria.

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    Fashionable Technology

    Susanne Junker

    12.06.2008

    Sabine Seymour, who among other things lectures at the Parsons New School for Design, New York, has put together a collection of products and materials which looks at the close interlinking of fashion, design, technology and science.

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    Planilum

    Architonic

    28.05.2008

    The electric light bulb has had its day. Ecological and energy-efficient illuminants such as LEDs or OLEDs are becoming more and more attractive to the consume.

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    Duke Ellington meets King Midas

    Susanne Junker

    01.04.2008

    Sprayed-on metal skin for seamless and geometrically complex metal surfaces

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    Materialica

    Christiane Sauer

    28.02.2008

    The tenth MATERIALICA in Munich focused specifically on design. For the fifth time the fair presented the Materialica Design + Technology Award to outstanding and innovative performance in the fields of design or engineering.

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    MaterialVision

    Christiane Sauer

    25.02.2008

    Innovative materials inspire designers and architects to create ever new products and applications. This was demonstrated at the end of 2007, when the latest developments in the field of new production and surfacing materials were presented at two

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    Notes on "Brick: the Exhibition"

    Christiane Sauer

    03.01.2008

    The European Ceramic Workcenter (.ekwc) in the Netherlands regards itself as an international workshop facility and provides designers, artists and architects with the opportunity to carry out technical and artistic experiments using ceramics and

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