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The Paracelsus Bad & Kurhaus, which opened in the 4th quarter of 2019, is already exceptional because it is located in the middle of the city of Salzburg (Austria) as a five-storey spa, bathing and sauna world. In addition, the architects from the Viennese office Berger+Parkkinen created an impressive building sculpture which offers a high degree of security despite its extensive openness. Wall and floor tiles of the Savona series of Agrob Buchtal play a key role in this.
The change from the point of sale to a point of experience is a logical consequence of the tension or the merging of online and offline trading. This is why the renowned project management specialist ECE, which is the European market leader in the field of inner-city shopping centers with around 200 shopping centers in 11 countries, is relying on a new platform for brand staging and product presentation. With a pilot store in the Limbecker Platz mall in Essen, the company is presenting a mix of pop-up and concept store with changing themes and experiences. The rapid implementation of the multifunctional concept was made possible thanks to the innovative DryTile system with ceramic tiles which can be laid dry (without adhesive). In addition, the corresponding flooring was so cleverly integrated into the mall's traffic area that visitors are guided directly into the store.
Deutsche Steinzeug Cremer & Breuer AG has consistently further developed in the Architectural Ceramics market segment with the brand AGROB BUCHTAL in recent years. Modularly combinable colour and format systems, an extensive range of swimming pool products,, slip-resistant surfaces and facade systems are examples of the wide spectrum of solutions for the most diverse industries and areas of application. In 2018, the innovative DryTile laying system ("dry", i.E. usable without tile adhesive) was introduced, which is predestined for all areas where speed and flexibility are required. In order to further strengthen these business segments, the brand will focus its marketing and sales activities even more intensively on architects and key accounts as well as the expansion of digital services in future.
The corona crisis poses great challenges to society and the economy. In order to meet its responsibility, Deutsche Steinzeug Cremer & Breuer AG (DSCB), like many other companies, has taken precautions to protect its employees, partners and customers, such as, for example early and regular information, modified rules of access and behaviour, shift models for equalizing parallel presence, closing of factory exhibitions and intensive use of home office also for the sales force in the field. Although with caution and spatial distance, DSCB remains close to the market and the customers.
The German trade magazine Fliesen & Platten has been calling on its readers to choose the products of the year since 2011. Just like in the past, Agrob Buchtal participated in the latest election. With the victory of the Kiano series in the tile category, the brand impressively continued its previous success*.
The unity of colour, form and functionality which can be experienced in this project of Behnisch Architekten (Stuttgart) is rare in architecture. Great gestures are just as important there as small details. The idea of flowing transitions in a two-storey bathing and sauna landscape was skilfully implemented not least with tiles from the brands Agrob Buchtal and Jasba.
The premium restaurant Octave is located in the largest museum of the world for Belgian chocolate. The overall interior design concept comes from the Antwerp-based creative studio real. space agency. The striking point in the central open area on the ground floor is the bar: A real eye-catcher staged with expressive ceramic tiles of Agrob Buchtal.
In line with the trend towards naturally designed interiors, Agrob Buchtal succeeded in transferring the familiar, natural look of slate to ceramic tiles. The new Timeless collection does not simply imitate this source of inspiration, but interprets the theme independently by its own distinctive look which - in keeping with the name of the series - is timeless in the best sense of the word. The focus in this connection is on the fusion of graphics and relief or differentiated subtleties and details which have been precisely worked out with modern technology. The novelty will be launched on the market at the beginning of 2020 and will be available nationwide in the first quarter.
Stories is a new ceramic tile series of the brand Agrob Buchtal, which invites new creativity on walls and floors with its variability. The name is not just a matter of chance: depending on which components are chosen and how they are combined, the room tells different stories about the individual design preferences of the residents. A wide range of formats, two decor variants, contemporary, long-lasting colours, haptic structures and attractive accentuating elements are available. No matter how Stories is composed and arranged, the new collection spreads urban flair in both private and public areas. The novelty will be launched on the market at the beginning of 2020 and will be available nationwide in the first quarter.
A very special mosaic collection from Agrob Buchtal is the new series Karl. It is a homage to the love of ceramic tiles. It was designed by the in-house ceramic engineer Karl Weber, who, thanks to more than 40 years of experience, has succeeded in creating a fascinating interplay of different nuances, handcrafted look and special haptics. The new collection including a glossy glazed and a matt unglazed version will be launched on the market at the beginning of 2020 and will be available throughout the country in the first quarter.