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  When Liana Brent went to the Surface Design Show at the beginning of 2017, she was looking for a solution to the problem she had finalising a project for her customer ITV. She found it on the Texaa® stand. The company she worked for, MCM Architecture Ltd, was responsible for the design of new…

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  After years of testing its Aeria* textile and stretching it to fit the myriad of situations architects and acoustic engineers have wanted to put it in, Texaa® ended up developing a new open-knit modular textile ceiling solution mounted on frames with a more or less transparent appearance depending on the configurations chosen. Its technical…

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Hamelin is a well-known brand, and its products – Oxford exercise books and Elba files –  are familiar to many. The group is still owned and run by the family today. Established in 1864 by Ernest Hamelin, it is now in the hands of his great grandson, Stéphane and has become a European leader in…

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One immediately forgets, on entering the new Mannheim Business School, that one is crossing the threshold into an imposing historical building, one of Europe’s grandest Baroque castles, situated in Bade-Wurtemberg. Rather, it is the colours which speak out – red for spaces dedicated to intellectually intense activities (teaching, debating), white for corridors and hallways, and…

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We are pleased to announce our participation in the Surface Design Show 2018, taking place at the Business Design Centre in London (52 Upper St, London N1 0QH). We would be delighted to welcome you on our stand 262. This year we are presenting a fully customizable acoustic.    

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  ‘This was quite a tricky project,’ Frédéric Druot, head architect, explains, ‘notably in terms of organising the interior space available into an open, elegant working environment which would be at once convivial and contemporary in feel, both on the ground floor where the stone vaulting is some seven metres high and in the attic…

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  The Kinémax pavilion was designed in 1987 by Denis Laming and takes the shape of a gigantic quartz crystal, constituting the emblematic heart of the Futuroscope in Poitiers. It underwent major renovation in 2016 in the hands of architect David Joulin who totally reworked the interior spaces in such a way as to echo…

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  The Pentola is shared by three architecture and urban development agencies and is situated in a renovated loft covering some 170 m2, bathed in natural light and enlivened by colour. The colours are bright, like a bright and breezy signature, their strong hues clearly voiced in monochromes of yellow, blue and red, entering into…

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  Back in February 2016, architecture agency Denton Associates was commencing work on the renovation of a building at the heart of the London docklands, destined to house a training centre for a business specialising in transport. Texaa® had just published a catalogue showcasing its new ‘breathing ceiling’, and its launch was accompanied by a…

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ACOUSTIC COMFORT FOR A UNIVERSITY RESTAURANT ON ROCKEFELLER DOMAIN The Rockefeller university restaurant is located to the north of a plot on rue Volney, close to the Medicine and Pharmacy Faculty and the Edouard-Herriot hospital in the 8th arrondissement of Lyons, France. The plan included three dining halls: –       1 large hall for students housing…

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_Acoustic comfort in schools by Texaa®                                                             nterview with François Lalanne, Deputy Mayor of Beautiran in south-west France a village with 2,200 inhabitants. “Our school canteen was built in the 80’s and the noise inside was catastrophic. It was built out of concrete and has huge picture windows,…

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_In a restaurant, it’s great when you can hear yourself speak! by Texaa® Interview with David,owner of the Le Bistrot 31 restaurant in the 16th arrondissement of Paris. “The customers used to complain about the noise, especially for evening meals. During lunches, people don’t speak so loudly and the sound resonates less. At dinner, people are…

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