Agrob Buchtal-Letter | 2015
Dear Newsletter Subscriber,

New colors, new sizes, new possibilities: 2015 is a blaze of color and our focus is entirely on ChromaPlural, the new architectural ceramics system manufactured by AGROB BUCHTAL. Read about it in the latest issue of the "about:ceramic tiles" magazine which also includes information on our world of products.

about:ceramic tiles 2015 is now available online here.

Balaruc-les-Bains Thermal Baths
Therapy and wellness on the Mediterranean

Opened in early 2015, the Balaruc-les-Bains Thermal Baths form the new heartpiece of the traditional spa in the Languedoc-Roussillon region as well as representing the largest project to date realised by AGROB BUCHTAL in France. The spacious pool landscape and its ancillary areas were fitted with Chroma, Chroma Pool, Emotion, Geo 2.0 and products from the special pool range. DHA Architectes in Paris were responsible for planning.
AUDI Center Amsterdam: Spatial unity

Realised to plans by Jacobs Architecten in Eindhoven using ceramic tiles for the interior which underline the dynamic spatial unity displayed by the showroom. There are evident parallels between the two German companies Audi and AGROB BUCHTAL – both of which treasure high-quality technology as their core values.
Magazin about:ceramic tiles
Agrob Buchtal Serie TWIN
Green Hospital
New magazine 2015: about:ceramic tiles

Read the new AGROB BUCHTAL magazine to find out more about our "Tile Award" competition for architects, American perspectives on architecture, the added value offered by ceramic tiles in healthcare buildings and much more. Check out the online version here.
TWIN: Product of the year

The Twin wall and floor series merges the designs of two natural surfaces by way of a harmonious combination of typical grains, veins and inclusions to form a lively pattern. Successful realisation in an unusual product was also appreciated by the readers of "Fliesen & Platten" who voted TWIN product of the year 2014.
Health: Green hospitals

AGROB BUCHTAL is one of the international project partners to the "Green Hospital" Initiative by the renowned clinic operator Asklepios. By means of more efficient construction and operation of healthcare buildings as well as reducing factors which impede recuperation, the aim is to improve the ecological performance of buildings and increase productivity. | Contact | Imprint | Data Protection Declaration