Steel Hall In Heddesheim
There can be few more colourful buildings than the factory building that Helwig & Helwig Architekten has designed in Heddesheim, Germany. Its client is a digital printing company which is known for the strong and durable colours it employs in the prints that it transfers onto items such as T-shirts , so it made sense to reflect this in the design of the building.
Architect Helwig & Helwig Architekten Location Heddesheim - Germany Company involved ThyssenKrupp Steel Website http://www.thyssenkrupp-steel-europe.com
A smoothly curving, silver-coloured titanium-aluminium alloy roof is the crowning glory of an impressively large and recently completed ice-skating rink in the city of Lublin, in southeast Poland.
Architect Paul Teplov Location Lublin- Poland Company involved Hydro Aluminium Rolled Products & Punto (system supplier) Website www.hydro.com
College André Maurois
One of the driving forces in French school design and redesign has been the disastrous fire at the College Edouard Pailleron in 1973.Built to a mid century pattern common to many schools throughout the country, it was of lightweight steel construction with no fire protection. The fire spread rapidly through voids and 20 people died of whom 16 were children. There were more than 1,000 schools in the country built in a similar way, of which 57 used the exact same technique. These became known as Paillerons and were, quite rightly, slated for improvement or replacement.
Architect Dubosc & Associés Location Limoges - France Company involved ArcelorMittal Website http://www.arcelormittal.com