Agrob Buchtal-Letter | 04/2015
 
Dear Newsletter Subscriber,

We look back on a year full of outstanding projects, comprehensive product launches and pleasant recognitions of our work. At the same time we begin the upcoming year with promising products and a new delivery program. We would like to thank all our customers, partners and purveyors and wish all a successful new year 2016!

Yours sincerely,
Your AGROB BUCHTAL Team
Virgin Active: Ambient exercise

The Virgin Active Club, on Melbourne’s Collins Street, is part of an international chain of health and fitness facilities. This club in Melbourne’s Central Business District is designed by WMK Architects. It consists of 4,400 square meters of health and fitness, including an interactive cycling studio, an indoor climbing wall, and a ‘wet’ part with a 25 meter indoor pool, sauna and spa. Throughout the club one can find a combination of Agrob Buchtal floor and wall tiles from the Emotion and Valley series and Jasba mosaics.
 
Naval Operation School: A pool of a different kind

As a central Bundeswehr training facility for operative activities on ships and boats, the Naval Operation School in Bremerhaven has had a new rescue and water training hall since early 2015 in which a wide range of courses are held, in particular on the appropriate conduct by mobile staff in emergencies on the high seas. In view of these particular applications, it was obvious that it would not suffice to merely consider the requirements of conventional bathing facilities.
 
Canada: LEED®-certified transport centre

Although North America lagged behind Europe for many decades in sustainable building practices, in recent years burgeoning interest in LEED® and other green building rating systems has brought the two continents into closer alignment. In Montreal, Quebec, the Société de transport de Montréal (STM) recently opened a transport center that is expected to earn an LEED® Gold rating. The environmentally responsible materials specified for this project include 2,300 m² of AGROB BUCHTAL ceramic tiles comprising part of the building envelope.
 
Cersaie 2015
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New collection 2016

The comprehensive new collection for private and public spaces offers a wide range of wall and floor tiles of various styles. Concrete, natural stone surfaces and wood have been contemporarily interpreted and translated perfectly into ceramics.
 
Magazin about: ceramic tiles

The Architects’ Darling was held for the first time in 2011 on the occasion of the 50th anniversary of the company Heinze (Celle), the leading German provider of information services in the building sector. Once again, one of the big winners was AGROB BUCHTAL.

 
AGROB BUCHTAL in social networks

Are you interested in even more projects, architectural ceramics and new products by AGROB BUCHTAL? Then follow us on social media. You can find us on Pinterest, Facebook and Youtube.
 
 
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