Case Studies

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  • Soccer City Stadium, Johannesburg, Republic of South Africa

    Soccer City, the largest World Cup stadium in South Africa, is more than just an arena for world-class soccer. It’s also a shining example of state-of-the-art stadium architecture.

  • Town Hall, Middelburg, Netherlands

    The new town hall in Middelburg was designed by the German-Dutch architectural firm RAU.   The town hall is not only a piece of modern architecture and a lively meeting place for citizens and government official, it also demonstrates what is possible in...

  • Korea Special, Paju and Heyri Art Village

    Korea Special, Paju and Heyri Art Village. Architecture and color: A wide range of options.

  • Ahornbahn Mayrhofen, Tyrol, Austria

    The new Mayrhofen Ahornbahn (Mt. Ahorn aerial tramway), located in the Tyrolean Ziller Valley, is an architectural monument to the mountains and a gateway to nature. Their coherent coloration and material character make the buildings of the aerial tramway monolithic...

  • Bodega Antión, La Rioja, Spain

    A bodega that bewitches the senses. In developing the concept for the Bodega Antión in Spain, internationally renowned architect Jesús Marino PASCUAL focused on creating much more than just a site for wine production. Rather the bodega’s architecture therefore...

  • New Årsta Bridge, Stockholm, Sweden

    Stockholm’s new 833 m-long Årsta Bridge, which runs parallel to the existing railway bridge built in 1929, was inaugurated during a festive ceremony by King Carl XVI Gustav of Sweden in August, 2005.The elegant new structure sweeps across Årstaviken Bay, its rhythmic...

  • ESO Hotel, Cerro Paranal, Chile

    Living and working in the desert.The European Southern Observatory (ESO) is located 2,600 metres above sea level in the Cerro Paranal region of the Chilean Atacama desert. The ESO Hotel situated in direct proximity functions as a guest house for the scientists...


  • Akihisa Hirata wins Colored Concrete Works Award...

    Akihisa Hirata wins Colored Concrete Works Award 2015

    Specialty chemicals company LANXESS presented its second Colored Concrete Works Award on February 26, 2015, in Berlin to an architect who has set new standards in the use of colored concrete. This year’s award went to Akihisa Hirata for his design of the Alp apartment complex in Akabane-Nishi, Tokyo, Japan.

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The Bayferrox® pigments from LANXESS are produced in red, yellow, brown and black color.


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