Category Archives: Government, city & town halls
Inspiration for those who want to use Fellert Even Better in the office environment
There was a time when offices were designed to be practical workplaces, nothing else. We imagine rooms that all look the same, in the same size and with the same decor. Just simply, square and practical. As young, innovative companies made their way into the 2000s, the attitude to the […]
A great building getting even better in France, the city hall of Belley.
The city of Belley in France made a decision to renovate their old city hall to be used as a host for temporary exhibitions.The city hall was built in 1860 and was designed by the architect Depierre. The building itself is pompous and will be even more stunning after the renovation.The task, given to the […]
Fellert Ultra at the American Swedish institute in Minneapolis
Pretty obvious when you think about it, that a Fellert ceiling would end up in a place like the LEED Gold certified American Swedish institute in Minneapolis. You could only imagine what other Swedish design companies that would have contributed to make this institute look as nice as it does. With risk of repeating ourselves […]
Fellert Even Better Secern at Cambridge visitors centre
Installed by ADT via our U.K. representative CMS Danskin. Nice work guys!
Fellert Even Better is currently installed on Heart of Doha project in Qatar
As i’m just back from a week in Doha Qatar to visit the ongoing Fellert Even Better Silk installation at Msheireb Properties gigantic project Heart of Doha. The Fellert system is installed by InterID as a subcontractor to Hyundai Construction. Although the installation of the almost 15 000 m2 has just started i’d like to […]
Fellert Even Better Silk at Msheireb Downtown Doha, Qatar
Fellert has just made an agreement with the Korean contractor Hyundai and its subcontractor InterID for the supply of approximately 15 000 m2 of Fellert Even Better Silk for the first phase of the 31 hectare spread Msheireb Downtown Doha, Qatar, also known as Heart of Doha. […]