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Trespa at MADE Expo 2013

Weert, Netherlands

 -  19 Sep 2013 - 09:24

Trespa International B.V., a leading developer of innovative and high quality panels for cladding and decorative façades, exhibited at MADE Expo 2013 in Milan, Italy, from 02-05th of October.  MADE is one of the largest trade shows in Europe that focuses on the construction and architecture industry.

Located at Hall 1, stand B20, Trespa introduced to the Italian market the New Natural Touch selection, which features the recently developed Matt finish, a new range of Naturals decors and six new Wood Decors that enrich the existing Trespa® Meteon® panel range.

Trespa Partners With Tender2

Hasselt, Belgium

 -  26 Jul 2013 - 15:36

Trespa Belux has partnered with Tender2 by Royal Botania, a luxurious and ephemeral pop-up hotel installed at the beach of Knokke-Heist in Belgium.

Designed by architects Patrick Dumont and Patrick Sterkx, the façade of this two-storey concept suite captures the nature of  its surroundings by using Trespa® Meteon® panels. Shaped as hexagons and turned 60°, the panels have different reflections according to the sunlight.

Trespa develops environmental credentials with BREEAM rating

London, United Kingdom

 -  13 Jun 2013 - 11:57

Trespa has a long track record as a leading innovator in the field of architectural materials and has a strong commitment to sustainability.

The company works closely with architects, designers, installers, distributors and end users to ensure all its products not only meet the requirements of each individual project, but also maintain Trespa’s credentials as an environmentally aware manufacturer.

Introducing the Kataba Table, Inspired by Japanese Tradition

 -  22 May 2013 - 17:53

Evoking the Japanese craftsmanship tradition, PeLiDesign has carefully designed for Trespa the KATABA table. This elegant and beautiful table features an uni colour HPL top that is connected through a snap-mechanism to its stylish legs made of wood.

Initially created in white, the top of the KATABA table is available in different finishes thanks to the rich colour pallets offered by Trespa and its Italian sister company, Arpa.

Trespa adds colour to striking affordable housing development

London, United Kingdom

 -  12 Apr 2013 - 14:55

The urban jungle has a new landmark development courtesy of an innovative design by Glas Architects and the bespoke façade solutions created by Trespa.

Making use of Trespa’s Meteon panels, the £2.1 million affordable housing scheme in Elephant and Castle, London, for housing association Family Mosaic includes latticed facades inspired by ivy vines.

Featuring shared ownership, social rent and large family-sized housing, the 21-unit development revived an existing brownfield site in one of London's most deprived areas.

Introducing PEFC™ and FSC™ certified products

Weert

 -  01 Feb 2013 - 21:03

At Trespa, sustainability is a culture which influences many of the decisions we make as a company.  To support our ongoing improvement initiatives, Trespa is pleased to announce the availability of Forestry Stewardship Council™ (FSC™) certification, in addition to currently offered Programme for the Endorsement of Forest Certification™ (PEFC™), for all its Trespa® Meteon® product range beginning in June 1st.  FSC™ and PEFC™ certifications are a clear way for Trespa to show our commitment to forest conservation and support of better forest management.

BAU 2013 Tradeshow

Munich, Germany
 -  22 Jan 2013 - 10:49

Trespa presented its new range at BAU Munich 2013 (14-19 January 2013) in an unusual booth designed by Trespa Studio.

  • Matt finishes for a truly authentic look

  • New Naturals stone designs and new Wood Decors with subtle grain for classic durability and a modern aesthetic

  • One-on-one tailormade Trespa Meteon Graphics service for individual and stunning facade patterns and decors

Trespa Meteon panels clad Chilean Biennale's main entrance

Estación Mapocho Cultural Center, Santiago

 -  06 Dec 2012 - 09:29

Facade intervention for the XVIII Architecture Biennale 2012 of the eastern front elevation of the Estación Mapocho Cultural Center in Santiago de Chile.

This architectural intervention hosts the reception program and establishes a limit between the exterior plaza and the general mounting of the exhibit, generating a threshold and limiting three entrances to just one. These volumes were cladded  with Trespa® Meteon® panels, creating a variation of color that gives a third dimension to the intervention.