“Tropical IPE had the perfect tone to match the old façade”
Architects José Luis González Meneses and Carlos Rodríguez Suárez, founders of Arquigenia.

Located in El Puerto de Santa Maria, Spain overlooking the Puerto Sherry bay, the 51-apartment building withstand harsh temperature changes and intense sun exposure. The wooden details of its façade were in need renovation.“The owner wanted to invest in durable product that could stand the climate and that required minimum maintenance. The refurbishment need to be done causing the minimum inconvenience to the tenants. These are the reasons we chose Trespa®Meteon® panels.Also, the Wood Decors NW30 Tropical IPE had the perfect tone to match the old façade.”

Trespa Meteon Lumen L25.8.1 New York, Grey
in Oblique and Specular finishes.

“The Charcoal Grey is a deep, warmer shade of grey”
Jean-Jacqué Légaré, Architecture BL
The High School Mont-Brunois located in the town of Saint-Bruno-de-Montarville, Canada, a stone’s throw away from the homonymous alpine si facility and national park. The school accommodates 1500 students in the age from 12 to 17 years. When the entrance had to be renovated, the architecs opted for Trespa® Meteon®.“We chose Trespa® Meteon® panels for their quality, stability and arthitectural appearance. The new Uni Colours A19.7.1 Charcoal Grey is a deep, warmer shade of grey that allowed us to better match the new and existing components of the building.”
“We chose Italian Slate based on the desired appearance.”
Pieter Oasterhout, Bure vour Architektuur
An extension renovation gave the Postillion Hotel (Putten, the Netherlands) a modern refresh. Within the short timespan in which construction activities had to take place, the guestrooms were enlarged and modernised, and the exterior was given an important makeover with an interesting combination of Trespa® Meteon® NA19 Italian Slate and NM01 Rusted Brown.
“Trespa® Meteon® is relatively light, yet strong and low-maintenance. As a dry construction method, the material fitted well into the picture of the short timeframe.
Naturally we considered also alternative facade materials, but based on the desired appearance, quality and costs, in the end we chose Trespa® Meteon®
“The Trespa® panels gave design a sharp and modern edge.”Damian Kotwicki, FO Architekci
With its clean lines and harmoniuos combination of materials, this beautiful apartement building in Warsaw, Poland, blends seamlessly into its enviroment.
“We have decided to focus on high-qulity facade materials, “says architect Damian Kotwicki. “Bricks gave the building it’s traditional, local character while the Trespa” panels gave the design a sharp and modern edge. The Trespa Meteon N.A19 Italian Slate used on facade of the balconies’ interiors warms up the residents perception of the building. Combination of these three materials allowed us to match old and new and create a sharp and cosy effect at the same time.”
Trespa® Meteon® Metalics
M51.0.2 Urban Grey



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