Cotto d’Este surfaces were chosen by the Italian design firm, Mario Cucinella Architects, to cover the exterior ventilated facade and some interiors of the Social Healthcare Centre building in San Felice sul Panaro, Modena, Italy.
Surfaces by Cotto d’Este have been selected to cover the external facades of the new Fastweb Headquarters, a project by the architecture firm ACPV, Antonio Citterio and Patricia Viel. The building is the protagonist of the ambitious Symbiosis project, a new business district characterized by imposing buildings and maximum eco-sustainability constructions.
Venticano is a small town in the Campania region of southern Italy. Here, the Hotel Europa has always been the perfect place for business meetings or a relaxing weekend. The building comprises 30 rooms supplied with every comfort for a pleasant stay.
A major redevelopment project has been carried out in Via Fatebenefratelli 14, Milan, exploring the most recent and respectful forms of contemporary architecture, while enhancing the classic taste of the 1940s.
The restructuring of the Elmas railway station in Sardinia, Italy, the subject of important work steered by architect Marco Tradori and engineer Paolo Fadda, was selected as the winner in the “Institutional” category of the La Ceramica e il Progetto 2019 contest, which is organized by Confindustria Ceramica and Cersaie.
Architect Filippo Taidelli from FTA won the first prize in the “shopping and office centers” category at the 11th edition of the Grand Prix with his Congress Centre project, together with the broader intervention on the Humanitas University Campus.
In Dijon, France, the historical capital of Burgundy, the passion for culture, food and wine dictates the pace of numerous tours, guiding visitors in a discovery of the fine vines and the different architectural styles that stretch from the Gothic to the Art Deco period.
In traditional construction, the choice of products for a project requires consideration of aesthetics, performance, schedule and cost. In sustainable construction, these traditional considerations are expanded to include products that reduce impacts on occupant health and the environment.
In this issue of TILE Magazine, we focus on outdoor installations and the importance of surface prep prior to any tile installation. Through various case studies, see what types of installations are possible in the great outdoors. Also make sure to check out two detailed technical focuses by industry professionals and the product showcase, which highlights the newest surface prep products on the market.