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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.
On September 2nd, nine young people started their careers at the ceramic tile factory Buchtal (Schwarzenfeld) of DEUTSCHE STEINZEUG Cremer & Breuer AG. The trainees were welcomed by plant manager Thomas Betz, who introduced the company. Elfriede Ertl (Head of Personnel Department), Armin Frank (Head of Customer Service Export), Christoph Fuchs (Chairman of the Youth and Trainee Representation), Karl Mailbeck (Chairman of the Works Council) and the respective instructors wished a good start and warmly welcomed the new employees, who are learning the following professions:
The winners of the "ICONIC AWARDS 2019: Innovative Architecture" have been selected and can look forward to this top-class award. One of the winners is the system Surf, which is offered by the Agrob Buchtal brand in cooperation with the bathroom system specialist Gerloff & Söhne (Eschwege).
The "Jagdhof Glashütte", one of the most beautiful country hotels in Germany, is situated in the middle of the most densely wooded area of Germany, the idyllic Rothaar Mountains. As the icing on the cake, a new Deep-Forest-Spa area was to complement the five-star, nature-inspired feel-good concept. The interior design office Bachhuber Geissinger, in cooperation with the architectural ceramics specialist Agrob Buchtal, accepted the challenge of the conversion. They renovated the outdated swimming pool and sauna area and used selected materials to create a relaxation area which interprets the "Jagdhof" theme in a modern way and at the same time integrates the tried and tested.
Seattle is located in the American state of Washington and is the biggest city in the northwest of the USA. The metropolis has a very high quality of life and is characterized by water, mountains and hills. It has several nicknames such as e.g. Emerald City in allusion to the plenty of green or Jet City as an indication of the nearby Boeing aircraft works.
In the second half of 2018, within a few days a branch of the renowned Macrina bakery chain in the Capitol Hill district was renovated “from the bottom up” in the true sense of the word. The crowning final step of the extensive modernization was a new floor covering in the form of ceramic tiles from Agrob Buchtal's DryTile system. The project was accompanied by DryTile North America LLC, which was founded at the end of 2017.
The new office buildings on the Crédit Agricole Italia campus in Parma, certified with LEED Platinum in 2019, are a prime example of sustainable construction. Planned by the architecture office Frigerio Design Group in Genoa, they harmonize with the existing buildings, offer a pleasant working environment, are highly energy-efficient and rely on sustainable building materials. The KeraTwin K20 ceramic facade system of Agrob Buchtal provided the project with additional certification points.
The water shimmering mysteriously blue through the glass panels of the rooftop pool is already visible from afar and makes the roof of the Hotel Olympus Palace an unmistakable landmark, especially in the evening. Hotel guests and passers-by who have become curious and visit this roof terrace find a new open areas with a large pool landscape designed by the Barcelona architecture office Matic & Garau. With sand-beige porcelain stoneware tiles of the Valley series of Agrob Buchtal, the restrained, elegant area invites to swim and sunbathe, but also to enjoy delicious drinks and events at the bar.
Essential aspects of a boutique hotel are excellent service as well as individuality, charm and character - all attributes that the Hotel Ottilia in Copenhagen has in common. The building originally was part of the Carlsberg Brewery, which brewed world-famous beer in the district of the same name from 1847 to 2008. After extensive renovations, the 4-star-plus-house Ottilia, which belongs to Denmark's leading boutique hotel chain Brøchner, was opened in spring 2019 in the listed building ensemble. The architecture by Arkitema Architects and the interior design by Brøchner's design team have an industrial look to match the historic location: It is unspoilt, unadorned and rough, but at the same time with typical Scandinavian elegance, casualness and a sense of style. As a reminiscence of the old ceramic façade of the building base, almost all bathrooms were fitted with striking ceramic wall and floor tiles from Agrob Buchtal's Craft series.