ICONIC AWARD 2019 Innovative Architecture - BEST OF BEST & European Product Design Award GOLD

08-08-2019

Thanks to the new Open Frameworks Design Edition by Hadi Teherani, parquet and laminate floors can be laid in an almost limitless variety of patterns and colour combinations. This innovation is made possible by a novel configuration featuring a loose spring. A sensational invention that sets new standards for the laying of parquet and laminate floors.
 
Flooring OPEN FRAMEWORKS
Hadi Teherani Design GmbH, Hamburg
Parador GmbH, Coesfeld

ICONIC AWARD 2019 Innovative Architecture - WINNER

08-08-2019

The proportions of the lever handle have been matched to the shape of the mini rosette, so that design and technology are in perfect balance. Series 270 is characterised by clear lines. Fine details such as the gap between the handle attachment and the handle create a harmonious overall picture with the mini rosette and give Series 270 its own independent character. Matt-sanded stainless steel underscores the classic design and architectural standard.

Door fitting SERIES 270
Hadi Teherani Design GmbH, Hamburg
HEWI Heinrich Wilke GmbH, Bad Arolsen

ICONIC AWARD 2019 Innovative Architecture - WINNER

08-08-2019

The complex »urban repair« in the heart of Frankfurt stems from a competition entry from Hadi Teherani. Viewed from an urban development aspect or the form it has taken, it resets its surroundings, from the historic Thurn und Taxis Palais to the shopping mall and modern highrise, into a new dimension. Not least of all due to a subtly co-ordinated canon of impressively profiled three-dimensional façades and the out-of-the-ordinary density and interlinking of new urban functions. Gastronomy, retailers and 57 flats with necessary parking facilities are found here, though the location equally includes residential offers for short and long-term visitors to the newly enhanced banking metropolis.

Multi-purpose building FLARE OF FRANKFURT
Hadi Teherani Architects GmbH, Hamburg
Strabag Real Estate GmbH, Frankfurt am Main

“New – Newer – Newest”, It’s never been easier to wear glasses

29-07-2019

The new world of materials at “raumprobe”, an enterprise that deals in materials, services and the spatial challenges associated with them, has opened its doors. 1,100 m², 150 partners for materials, 40 partners for development, 5 conference rooms, 2 levels: only a few of the facts that visibly impressed more than 300 guests, not to mention the unique creative atmosphere radiated by this new world of materials. The new special exhibition  “New – Newer – Newest”, which presents 32 new types of materials for 32 days. Our GRID glasses printed in 3D technology ought to be mentioned here, too. Including sunglass lenses, a frame weighs 22 grams; 10 grams all by itself. That makes it one of the lightest frames on the market in this size. The new world of materials on Dieselstrasse 32 in Stuttgart is open to trade professionals Mondays to Fridays from 9 am to 6 pm. The team at raumprobe looks forward to your queries about materials and your visit.

“Innovation Arch” – a symbol of modern Augsburg

25-07-2019

The decision of the expert panel in favor of the design submitted by the Hamburg office of Hadi Teherani Architects is unanimous. Their proposed entrance gate to the Innovation Park impressed the panel with the “internationally outstanding quality of its architecture”. Following its realization, the “Innovation Arch” at the entrance to the Innovation Park is set to become a symbol for modern Augsburg. An advisory committee of top-class experts selected by the developer, WALTER Beteiligungen und Immobilien AG (WBI), voted unanimously for the arch to be built on the park’s southernmost construction field. As a “symbiosis of outstanding international architecture, energy efficiency, and maximum flexibility,” the ‘Innovation Arch’ is a perfect match for the Innovation Park’s philosophy and conveys a high degree of credibility,” the experts said, explaining their decision. The winning design was submitted by Hadi Teherani Architects, Hamburg.

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