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  The Mame building, a refurbished industrial hall, has become Tours City’s innovation ecosystem. To furnish its open space layout, the designers of iwoodlove decorated modules with the Vibrasto covering by Texaa®. Originally, the Mame building was a printing works named after its owner, Alfred Mame, who commissioned its design from architect Bernard Zehrfuss in…

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When Daniel Rubin talks about the last thirty years’ public works projects he has shared with his brother Patrick, which are always attributed to their architecture studio Canal, he cannot avoid describing them in perceptual terms and sometimes paradoxically, for example by saying that a wall is “velvet-like”. For him, perceptions are not only a…

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The refurbishment of the Allende Hall in Mons-en-Barœul, which included the monumental concert hall and its rehearsal rooms, involved very high precision acoustic engineering and used Texaa®’s Vibrasto covering. The refurbishment of the Allende concert hall was part of the overall urban renewal programme in the town centre of Mons-en-Barœul, originally laid out by Henri…

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It took three years of work carefully programmed to avoid interrupting reception operations, for the reception area of the new Mother and Child building of Troyes central hospital to achieve its very distinctive feel. Architects Hérard & Da Costa, who won the commission by setting out to improve the flow of visitors in the existing…

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At associated architects Marjan Hessamfar & Joe Vérons the picture in the meeting room is unique like any other work of art, but it is also painted on a very unusual base. It is not on canvas or paper, but on Aeria* the sound transparent fabric that has been knitted by Texaa in south-west France for…

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It was at a trade show in Berlin in 2017 that the architects of Dark Horse Workspaces found the solution they were looking for with products from Texaa, a business in Bordeaux. Using these products enhanced the quality of the fittings in the offices of Lufthansa Industry Solutions, a subsidiary of the German airline in…

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In its renovation of the theatre at the National Young Deaf People’s Institute in Paris, the architectural agency MAD chose Texaa’s Stereo  panels, thereby displaying visible acoustic fittings in the ceiling space as part of its design. When you enter the theatre in this 18th-century building in the heart of Paris, your eyes are caught…

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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 and…

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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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