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Bau 2019 - NEW HPL DECORS -Trespa

View of the City

Bau, Munich, Germany
 -  16 Jan 2019 - 09:59

Introducing brand new, unique HPL decors for outstanding façades

The Trespa® Meteon® collection of cladding panels for ventilated façade systems has been enriched with new, unique HPL decors in the Focus, Lumen, Naturals, Wood and Uni Colour series, clearing the way for boundless creativity and endless design possibilities.

STRENGTHENING TRESPA’S RELIABILITY OF SUPPLY

Weert, Netherlands
 -  27 Nov 2018 - 11:01

Trespa’s 98% reliability of supply within confirmed lead times are made possible by departments working closely together. Planning, presses and planning warehouse & shipping have focused on cooperation, consistency and ongoing improvement, resulting in overall excellence. How have they reached this? Planner hans groels, production operator bart peeters and planner warehouse & shipping emiel op heij share their insights, best practices and ideas going forwards.

 

Case Study - Detached House Veluwe

Veluwe, the Netherlands
 -  17 Sep 2018 - 15:24

As connecting factor between two building volume

In close cooperation with Guus Vedder (2•1 Architecten), architect Hendrik Jan van der Valk (Van der Valk Woudstra) has designed a modern villa, consisting of two main volumes. The villa was for a private client and is located in a rural village in the Veluwe region. One volume is used as living/dining room and kitchen, while the bedrooms, bathrooms, playroom and technical area are located in the other.

Trespa® Meteon®-wall panels as a second skin on the homes in Zeeburgerbaai

Amsterdam, Netherlands
 -  09 Jun 2018 - 12:37

That the Dutch know how to manage water and overcome its challenges is clearly demonstrated by a unique residential construction project in Zeeburgerbaai in Amsterdam. Twenty-eight homes are being built here on Steigereiland, the first island in IJburg. The 24 semi-detached and 4 detached homes designed by Attika Architekten stand on platforms supported on piles: the recently completed Willem Barlowsteiger (phase 1) and the Edmond Halleysteiger (phase 2).