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Did you miss our booth at Batimat 2017? Here's a short impression.

 -  14 Nov 2017 - 09:58

Batimat 2017 has just ended, with the full confirmation of the high expectations. We sincerely thank all those who visited us at our booth!

Batimat is the building industry’s leading international trade show, where the sector’s decision-makers and project managers come together to choose partners and seek products and service solutions for current and future buildings.

Creating an ‘eco-neighborhood’: Les Passerelles in Cran-Gevrier

France
 -  19 Sep 2017 - 14:39

Global harmony and lasting coherence

Cran-Gevrier’s ‘Les Passerelles’ district brings new life to a former industrial wasteland. Along the river Thiou, where a paper mill once stood, an ambitious 45,000 square meter urban renewal project which focuses strongly on respect for the environment is bringing new housing and economic activity.

BLACK SPEAKS VOLUMES

Weert, the Netherlands
 -  13 Jul 2017 - 19:59

Inspiration in one colour

In May 2015, Bureau d’Architecture Christophe Sechehaye began to convert two existing properties into a building with two apartments and an architectural office. The aim was to create a building that gently draws the attention of passers-by while creating a bird’s eye view of the neighbourhood for the people inside.

NEW TRESPA® PRODUCTS FOR INSPIRING FAÇADES

Weert, the Netherlands
 -  14 Apr 2017 - 13:56

Bringing unique and engaging effects to designers

Trespa is introducing a completely new product range - Meteon® Focus - and welcoming five metallic colours to the existing Meteon® Lumen series. Designers and architects now have an entirely new range of ways to introduce innovative looks and effects for façades. Metallic reflections of light, coincidental compositions and enigmatic traces can break up surfaces and help create exciting new identities.

Trespa® Meteon® Architectural Panels Help Create a Welcoming Environment for Survivors of Domestic Violence at Denver’s New Rose Andom Center

Denver, CO, United States
 -  22 Sep 2016 - 16:06

To help make life easier for domestic violence survivors and their children, the new Rose Andom Center in downtown Denver consolidates services from 25 different agencies within one building. The project’s architects, OZ Architecture, chose beautiful and durable Trespa® Meteon® architectural panels as part of their vision of “imbuing the center with an ‘I am worth it, I am valuable’ feeling” for the center’s clients. The architects selected Trespa’s Wood Decors NW09 Wenge for its warm, welcoming effect.