Sita Veer from Derako International explains, ‘The tulipwood cladding wraps around several curved walls and therefore our production plant had to shape the metal carriers to 7 different types of radii using precision tools. We also had to take into consideration the wall lights which are embedded in the wooden wall cladding. We based the plans on the building’s CAD drawing to design our carrier system’.
It was an old railroad depot When you look at this beautiful brick building, you have difficulty to believe that it could be once used for a different life than a nice family country house. This is Carolina Peuriot Bouché, of the architecture and interior
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Mexican firm Taller 6A has renovated a library inside an eighteenth-century building in Mexico City, adding a bookshop with hundreds of wooden boxes on its walls, its ceilings, and under its glass floor