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Architect Hoi Chi Ng developed the blueprints for the coffee company, the aptly named Coming Soon Coffee, which is dedicated to creating premium brews by whatever means possible. – more info
Simons De Rotterdam: OMA and the biggest building in the Netherlands
OMA's design for the tree stacked towers of De Rotterdam measure up to a total height of 150m and result on a gross floor area of approximately 160,000m2, making De Rotterdam the largest building in the Netherlands, with a total cost of €340m. – more info
Simons LA MAISON SIMONS opens new store
Designed by LEMAYMICHAUD The Quebec department store institution La Maison Simons is betting big on its first store outside of the province – in the West Edmonton Mall – sparing little expense as it begins its Canadian expansion and takes on a wave of foreign retailers. – more info
top pick Wallpaper* Handmade Exhibition
The Wallpaper * Handmade issue hits news stands in August! The idea behind the Handmade project is that Wallpaper Magazine instigates the creation of a series of one-off products and then shows them in an exhibition and issue of the magazine.The exhibition takes place during The Salone Internazionale del Mobile. – more info
top pick Architectural Titanium welcomes our new Dubai-based consultant - Graham Henderson, RIBA RIAS.
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top pick Architectural Record announces Crystal Titanium as their top Pick in their 2011 Product Review!
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Maggie’s Center, Swansea, Wales
One of our latest projects is the new Maggie's Cancer Care Center in South West Wales. The building features our Crystal Titanium® in 1.5mm plate laser-cut inserts that fit into recesses on the curved exterior walls.
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Tham Electron Microscope Building, Linköping,Tham & Videgård Arkitekter.
Tham & Videgård Arkitekter have designed a new building at the Linköping University to house an electron microscope that will be installed at the Department of Physics, Chemistry and Biology. The world unique instrument is extremely sensitive to vibrations, sound and electromagnetic fields, which is why a new separate building was needed. It’s primarily the research department of Material Physics that will benefit from the new microscope, but also visiting foreign researchers. Building permission was granted in december 2010, completion is planned for late 2011. The facades and roof are clad in 1,650m2 of our G1finish titanium.
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  Taiwan – 650m2 G1 finish architectural titanium for exterior wall cladding on a military headquarters building
Singapore – 650 m2 G1 finish architectural titanium for feature wall and ceiling on a new car park.
Peace Palace Peace Palace Visitor's Center - The Carnegie Foundation has completed construction on a new visitor's center located near the main entrance of the Peace Palace. The state-of-the-art building was designed by British architect Michael Wilford. The roof and exterior of the structure is clad in 1,700 m2 of G1 finish titanium. more info
Chinese titaniium  building Construction is underway - a new residential project in the rapidly growing city of Chengdu, China. The new luxury condominium project will have 200m2 of custom gold Crystal Titanium® panels for exterior wall cladding. more info
Korean titanium building Jangang University - South Korea – Architectural Titanium supplied 2,200 square meters of 0.4mm thick G1 finish titanium that was used to clad both sides of honeycomb panels that were installed on a unique structure that spans over the streets. This is the very first installation of architectural titanium in Korea. Eltop Architects from Seoul Korea created this beautiful and modern structure at the main entrance of the university campus.more info
Reykjavik, Iceland Reykjavik, Iceland – 900m2 G1 finish architectural titanium for exterior wall cladding on a private residence. more info
hospital Netherlands – 1,500m2 G1 finish architectural titanium for exterior wall cladding on a major hospital addition. more info
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