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Product • By MargresHYBRID


The best of two worlds. The technical world of the new Hybrid collection and the best of nature come together in one project. Hybrid is a remarkable example of porcelain stoneware, which more than creating environments inspired by natural stone, explores the capabilities of nature to the fullest. Using Dual Tech technology, capable of adding an unmatchable graphic richness and a controlled application of colours, the technical component of this collection makes it the perfect choice for large spaces, which not only require large dimensions, but aesthetically help to create more elegant and impressive environments. Thanks to the technology used, it has been possible to eliminate some of nature’s typical weaknesses, such as hardness, c... More

Product • By ArcelorMittal ConstructionPromisol S Hybrid

Promisol S Hybrid

Promisol S HybridLoad-bearing facade system   Raising the bar in building designPromisol® S Hybrid is the new carrier solution that allows you to design freely and create beautiful, sustainable buildings that meet the highest standards. The ingenuity of this new system lies in the combined construction: the load-bearing sandwich panel with invisible fastening and total flexibility of facade finish, adapted colors, textures andform. Both horizontal and vertical mounting is possible. Build something completely new with Promisol® S Hybrid while embracing today's sustainable design challenges.   Freedom to designPromisol® S Hybrid gives you endless possibilities. With our insulating load-bearing panel at the heart of t... More
Laser cut aluminum plates allow the wind to escape through the notches, reducing the effect of wind pressure. The gap between the plates makes them lighter and easier to support their own weight while maintaining their volume.

Project • By ayami takada architectsMemorials

flying monument

3-dimensional structures such as airplanes are made by assembling parts made of different materials instead of one-piece molding. The whole image where lots of pretty metal objects like petals and butterflies soar, makes the city and people live as monuments that bring the future. The majority of airplanes are made of aluminum alloys such as duralumin, and resin and steel have been used in some cases. In recent years, carbon fiber and other materials have also been used for the surface. Lightweight polycarbonate and aluminum are used to create a monument that soars into the sky. The foundation part is made of heavy, inexpensive steel, which is easy to work with, and is concealed in the ground. By using carefully selected materials in the r... More

Project • By arch_itSports Centres

Hybrid sports complex with fencing hall

The building is a new part of the existing School Complex No. 5, which includes the 13th General Secondary School and bilingual secondary school in Wrocław (PL).The design of the gym is a combination of two independently functioning objects in one compact body. On the ground floor there is a separate fencing block available directly from the outside. The complex of sports facilities for the School Complex, which consists of a full-size gymnasium, fitness room, dance hall and gym, and necessary sanitary and locker rooms are located above the fencing block. Communication with the existing wing of the school takes place via a connector suspended over the inner courtyard.The form of the building is completely subordinate to its function. Indivi... More

Project • By Acton Ostry ArchitectsStudent Housing

Brock Commons Tallwood House

World’s Tallest Mass Timber TowerAt 18 storeys and 53 meters in height, Brock Commons Tallwood House is a 404-bed student residence building located on The University of British Columbia Point Grey campus in Vancouver, BC, Canada that officially opened for students in July of 2017. The project is the first completed in Canada under the 2013 Tall Wood Building Demonstration Project Initiative sponsored by Natural Resources Canada. Brock Commons aspires to be a model for a future that features extraordinarily ordinary mass wood buildings that are quick, clean and cost effective to construct and which maximize carbon sequestering and reduction of greenhouse gas emissions in cities.Extraordinary for its height—which makes Brock Commons the worl... More