This project aims to tell the story of the Wonnarua, who were the indigenous stewards of the land on which the New Maitland Hospital was built. The design uses pieces of terracotta to create the dynamic patterns with different tones, is an allegory representing the culture of these people. The pergola protects pedestrians from the sunlight as they make their way to the main entrance.
Flexbrick® uses ceramic tiles vertically for the first time on a façade of the renovated Fabra i Coats Art Factory in Barcelona. Well proportioned, slender reddish ceramic tiles have been applied to create a new vertical strip design on the new northern façade. The architects Manuel Ruisánchez and …
Flexbrick has created this innovative system that consists of a stainless steel mesh mixed with terracotta tiles, using biogas in the production process in order to avoid Co2 emissions to the atmosphere and contributing in this way to the sustainability, one of the main themes of the Expo 2020 Dubai.
The innovative Flexbrick® system arrives this time at the northwest of France. The project consists of the refurbishing of shopping mall Shopping Promenade – Coeur Alsace.
The innovative Flexbrick® construction system, based on a flexible steel mesh combined with different materials such as ceramics, steel, glass, wood… and designed to cover architectural spaces, it arrives at southeast Germany with the realization of the headquarters of the construction company Penzkofer in Bavaria, very important in its sector.