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A bathing landscape overlooking nature

The new Schwaketenbad in Constance is considered the largest sports and family pool on Lake Constance. The location is steeped in history, as the old Schwaketenbad, built on the same site in the 1980s, fell victim to a major fire in 2015. Behnisch Architekten realised an extensive bathing landscape of 10,000 m² in a large new building with a sculpturally folded roof.

Top-class retreat on Spain's Mediterranean coast

A sun-blessed holiday home in southern regions which can be used almost all year round thanks to the mild climate is the dream of many people.

Stylish apartment building with striking ceramic building shell

The KeraShape and KeraTwin systems made it possible to integrate the more than 60 metres high building into its urban environment with both self-confidence and respect.

Main fire station in the style of a palace of culture

For the facade of the new building, Diezinger Architekten chose tiles from the Agrob Buchtal system KeraTwin K20 in the elegant rectangular format of 15 x 75 centimetres.

3D ceramics for Octave restaurant, Antwerp

Opened in March 2019, the Octave restaurant has quickly become a real hotspot for unforgettable moments of enjoyment in the city

Sportbad Friedrichshafen: a subtle synthesis of the arts

The idea of flowing transitions in a two-storey bathing and sauna landscape was skilfully implemented not least with tiles from the brands Agrob Buchtal and Jasba.

Large-size ceramic tiles for the Hotel Olympus Palace rooftop

A new open areas with a large pool landscape designed by the Barcelona architecture office Matic & Garau

Hotel Ottilia, Copenhagen: industrial look for a historic location

As a reminiscence of the old ceramic façade of the building base, almost all bathrooms were fitted with striking ceramic wall and floor tiles from Agrob Buchtal's Craft series.

Ceramic pixels for IBeB's facade

The three-dimensional ceramic elements of the Agrob Buchtal's Craft series specially manufactured for the ETICS facade give the building an unmistakably plastic appearance

Oasia Hotel, Singapore: upbeat sustainability with style

In contrast to conventional high-rise towers this building, designed by the local WOHA office, impressively combines nature and architecture, both inside and out.

Design and functionality at Eden Spiez Hotel

Successful combination of existing and new wellness area in Swiss 4-star Superior Hotel

2017 Tile Award from Agrob Buchtal: Form Follows Fun

The TILE AWARD is aimed at young (interior) architects and is a creativity competition organized by the architectural ceramics specialist AGROB BUCHTAL

District: faceted tiles by Agrob Buchtal

Agrob Buchtal now interprets industrial tiles in a contemporary manner with modern formats and colours

Bright ceramics for new Belgrade Plaza in Coventry

The effect of light-hued ceramics and their reflective finish is that it makes the tower appear more airy, and lights it up, adding some welcome brightness to Coventry. 

A "design-based" experience at Cecil Retail Laboratory by Studio Joanna Laajisto

Designed by Studio Joanna Laajisto, Helsinki, the communication desk presented as an eye-catcher features some special attire

Duna Arena, Budapest: when German tiles meet the water sports cathedral

Ceramic tiles “Made in Germany” of the brand AGROB BUCHTAL play a central part in this pool-based project 

The flooring renovation of Restaurant Augusta in Göttingen

Architectural and engineering ingenuity went hand in hand with interior design aspects and the choice of resistant materials of Agrob Buchtal

Agrob Buchtal Tile Award 2017: call for entries

The task of the competition is the (re)design of an interior by using tiles

Bazillion Apartment: YCL signs a multimaterial open space in Vilnius

A charming contrast of materials into a big contemporary open space defines the strong character of the project curated by YCL Studio

Svetice complex, Zagreb: systematic diversity and modern design

A current and outstanding witness of the growth of sports infrastructure in Croatia, is the leisure and swimming complex curated by Vjera Bakić and Matthias Kulstrunk