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UPM ProFi Deck from 2008 - Piano Pavilion, Finland

UPM Biocomposites

The wooden café building was built in 2008 and is part of a wood architecture park in Lahti harbour. Designed by the Swedish architect Gert Wingårdh in the spirit of Italian Renzo Piano. 200 square meters decking made with UPM ProFi Deck, Marble White. UPM ProFi Deck has endured looking fresh for 9 years in: – Temperatures between –25°C to +25°C – Snow and ice in the winter – Wind and moisture from the facing lake – Stainings from food service and nearby bird population – Constant movement of the chairs and steps by the café customers

Reduc Micro 21 / The Piano Building, Kidderminster

H & H Acoustic Technologies

REDUC Micro 21 acoustic flooring has been used to deliver high quality sound insulation in the recently completed £10 million redevelopment of a Grade II listed, former Victorian warehouse. Builders Thomas Vale, together with architects McAndrew Watts opted for REDUC in order to meet strict Building Regulations governing the building’s change of use to a modern city centre skills and entrepreneurial academy.

Central St Giles

Briggs Amasco Ltd

A large and prestigious development By Renzo Piano on the edge of the City of London, the scheme comprised of a mix of commercial space alongside a private and social residential development. The water proofing included a number of different roof levels with ballast, paving and green roof finishes and a large podium at ground level which is a public space.

We put the "Shhh" in The Shard

CMS Danskin Acoustics

When CMS Danskin Acoustics Limited was engaged by Progressive Group to ensure the Shangri-La Hotel’s 42 floors in the Shard were effectively soundproofed, it wasn’t a straightforward assignment. From the very first sketches drawn on a napkin by Piano during dinner with entrepreneur and property developer Irvine Sellar, the Shard was always intended to be ‘all about the windows’, with expressive façades of angled glass reflecting sunlight and the sky, and affording 360° views of the city.

Creaton Tonality Ventilated Façade

T.I. Dynamic Facades

The term “Terracotta rain screen” became popular in the late 1990’s for German clay tile facades. Their popularity was sparked by the design and completion of the Potzdammer Platz in Berlin by architect - Renzo Piano. From that moment onwards, many architects in the UK and Europe were looking for the same product, colour and feel for projects that they were involved in. This type of tile façade was not entirely new as it had been used in Germany for many years as a traditional product for buildings of many... *Please visit our website for the whole case study*

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