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Public buildings

Showroom for sustainable architecture and interior design in Madrid

MATTER has set itself the goal of promoting the realization of innovative, sustainable and healthy architecture. For the design of the showroom in Madrid, among other things, the YOSIMA clay design plaster was used.

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Residential buildings

Apartment K18

For his own family, Cologne-based architect Till Robin Kurz hand-built back an old, dilapidated house here that was too small for life with children. To continue the idea of sustainability in the interior of the house, CLAYTEC's CLAYFIX clay paint was used for the wall design.

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Public buildings

A circular building system

The Essen-based start-up "Future2K" (F2K) has taken up this challenge and since 2021 has been developing new forms and processes for an environment that can be built in a sustainable and resource-saving way. The basis for this is a cycle-based building system. Together with development partners Arup, the Institute for Digitalization of Construction at the University of Duisburg Essen, and other research and production partners from Germany and Europe, F2K has developed an initial prototype. This prototype is the basic building block of a modular system called "ADPT". This is an adaptive, cycle-based, scalable and climate-positive building.

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Residential buildings

The private flat Pinhais in Porto

The light-flooded private flat Pinhais in Porto was designed by architect Marina Werfel. A large window front creates a bright and cosy living space, a walled-in fireplace ensures cosiness and straight-lined decorative and living elements give the flat the modern finishing touch. The wall design was done with YOSIMA clay designer plaster.

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Residential buildings

Old farm from 1860

For the third generation, a young couple, new, modern living space was to be created from the historic building. Only natural materials were to be used for the renovation, such as the ecological earthen building materials from CLAYTEC

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Hotels und restaurants

Re-opening of the parent house of the Traube Tonbach

The Traube Tonbach in Baiersbronn in the Black Forest is known worldwide as a gourmet address. For the reconstruction, the family employed around 50 businesses from the region. However, the hotelier family did not only attach great importance to regionality in the choice of contractors, but also in the building materials used. In this context, clay is the ideal choice as a building material.

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Public buildings

The Circular Office in Düsseldorf

Already in the planning phase of the new office space, the focus was therefore on avoiding construction waste. During the renovation, ecological clay building materials from CLAYTEC were also used, which can also be assigned to the principle of the Cradle to Cradle circular economy.

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Residential buildings

Historic barn in Rupertigau

Many years ago, the old building was erected in the wooden block construction method and was now to be converted into modern living space. Therefore, it was already clear at the beginning of the project that only natural materials, without chemical additives and pollutants, should be used during the renovation.

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Hotels und restaurants

Agriturismo Terra del Sole

Agriturismo Terra del Sole is an accommodation located in Albosaggia, in the central Valtellina, just a few kilometers from Sondrio, the capital of the province. The area is characterized by lush meadows, a fantastic panorama of the Alps and the nearby river Adda.

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Public buildings

Restaurant Terra del Sole

For the visible effect, the YOSIMA clay designer plaster with the additive "straw" was used. The pleasant indoor climate is noticeable due to the breathable and moisture-regulating properties of the clay.

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Residential buildings

The Wellehof in the Black Forest

The Wellehof is a traditional Black Forest farm, which was rebuilt in 1917 after a fire. In the following decades, hardly any changes were made to the building fabric, thus the old farmhouse contained almost exclusively natural materials such as wood, clay and natural stone.

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Commercial buildings

Beluga Tower

Beluga Shipping GmbH was the market leader in the field of heavy sea transport. In summer 2009, its new company headquarters in Bremen was completed.

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