27/11/2018 - One of the most recent architectural accomplishments of Laminam
includes the wall claddings inside the Atrium of the Delft University of Technology (the Netherlands). The new building of the Faculty of Applied Sciences was designed by Ector Hoogstad Architecten focusing specifically on its students and their requirements. The building principally hosts spaces dedicated to research, devised in keeping with the highest standards of thermal stability, ventilation and total absence of vibrations.
All the educational areas of the building are inter-connected via a large atrium. This Atrium is the logistic hub and the social heart of the entire university facility; it is an area devised to foster encounters between students, consisting of a reception, study areas and generous seats. The Atrium is then immersed in greenery and embellished by large iconographies in relaxing shades of blue and green.
To clad the interiors of these extensive spaces, the designer picked large Laminam ceramic slabs, in the 1000x3000mm size and 3mm thickness, with fibreglass applied onto the back of the slab.Thanks to the hygiene, easy cleaning, resistance to high temperature, heat and humidity, wear- and scratch-proof and inalterable slab color over time of LAMINAM production, the collection is the perfect solution for this project.
The chosen colors are the gentle hues of the Collection
series, Cielo, Bianco and Fumo, applied vertically on the walls and on the external cladding of the stairs.
Laminam on ARCHIPRODUCTS
Laminam Covers the "Atrium" of the New Faculty TU Delft