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Study Hall Lyon - Façade cladding - Trespa® Meteon®

Case Study - Study Hall Lyon

Lyon, France
 -  06 Apr 2020 - 14:15

A residence hall whose façades reflect a play of dancing light 

Lyon, the second largest university city in France with a student population of no less than 120,000 young men and women, is renowned for its quality of life. In the heart of the city, bordered by the Rhône and Saône rivers, the Confluence is a huge, 150-hectare area, which was traditionally a hive of industrial and port-related activities.

COVID-19 virus

Weert, The Netherlands
 -  20 Mar 2020 - 17:25

The COVID-19 virus is now impacting daily life across the globe. The health, safety and wellbeing of our employees, customers, suppliers, as well as the wider public is key to Trespa.

We are following the guidelines from the relevant government health authorities & will continue to take all precautionary measures to help safeguard our people and our operations.

While operating within these guidelines, we will continue to support you as much as possible in achieving the continuity of your projects.

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CJ Blossom Park

Suwon, South-Korea
 -  16 Mar 2020 - 12:32

SYNERGY, CREATIVITY AND INNOVATION 

CJ Corporation’s Blossom Park in Suwon, South Korea brings together diverse R&D units in a single dynamic, boundary-free, stimulating environment, maximising innovation and inspiring creative potential.

Kooimeerflats Alkmaar - Façade cladding - Trespa® Meteon®

Case Study - Kooimeer Flats

Alkmaar, The Netherlands
 -  04 Mar 2020 - 09:48

People are more important than bricks and mortar

This apartment block renovation project in Alkmaar is a huge success, both socially and aesthetically

In Kooimeer, a district in Alkmaar in the Netherlands, a seemingly run-of-the-mill modernisation project became a radical, participatory and above all societally significant renovation process that has given the district a new impetus. The residents were given the opportunity of having their say during so-called ‘lift chat’ sessions.

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Woningencomplex Wattbaan

Nieuwegein
 -  20 Feb 2020 - 15:07

Targeted improvements transform an office building into a modern living environment

The transformation of an outdated office building into a new residential complex is no easy task. Nonetheless, D&M architects applied a simple but golden rule when asked to convert an office building on Wattbaan in Nieuwegein: ‘respect the existing building’. So the existing backbone remained intact. The final result looks new, fresh and stylish, due in no small measure to the use of Trespa® Meteon® Lumen façade panels.

Case Study - Renovation project in Münster

Case Study - Renovation project in Münster

Münster, Germany
 -  14 Jan 2020 - 09:52

A renovation project that scores top marks in every category 

In Münster, like many other German cities, old residential buildings still characterise large parts of the urban landscape. Comprehensive renovation of these buildings makes sense in several respects. Upgraded insulation performance is not the only urgent improvement required by these properties.