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Case Studies

Every architectural project is singular. Its uniqueness derives from the various aspects that have to be considered during the design and planning process.

In this section, we present Case Studies of architectural projects which were realised in their own special uniqueness. The use of ALUCOBOND® and the project know-how of our experts played a major role in their completion.

Bauhaus

Thinking of Bauhaus Berlin is automatically associated with Gropius. Now, Berlin has another association: The new building of the Bauhaus AG by Müller Reimann Architects. The new building is a warehouse construction with an extravagant façade and has the prominent address Kurfürstendamm 129a.

Limmat Tower

Dietikon’s new district, Limmatfeld, is located at the heart of dynamic Limmattal, between the station, city centre and the river Limmat. The 80-metre high Limmat Tower, soaring high above the whole Limmatfeld district, is the most distinctive feature on Rapidplatz square.

Raiffeisenbank

ALUCOBOND® Prefab invisible is a new façade construction system for ALUCOBOND® panels without visible fixings, these fixings can spoil the aesthetic of the façade. Specially developed carrier sections are structurally bonded with the bonding system ALUCOBOND® by tesa® to the rear of ALUCOBOND® panels.

New Lynn Merchant Quarter

The New Lynn Merchant Quarter Apartments in Auckland designed by Jasmax, one of the leading Architecture firms in New Zealand is a testament to their guiding philosophy – “Design has the power to inspire the spirit”.

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