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Private print house (Czech Republic)

When Czech architect Ivan Kroupa set out to design a printing house, he was faced with a problem - how to insulate the external walls in a way that would fit in with the sleek, industrial look that his client desired for the building.
He needed material that would perform well thermaly while blending in seamlessly with the unpretentious, minimalistic lines of concrete and metal that would invoke a sense of inner calm and balance. He also needed an insulation prodcut that would stand up well against the elements of Nature over time.

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