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When you think of ceramic façades, you probably think of small houses from southern countries. The dimensions here are completely different and yet the material proves to be the right choice for Ilot Queyries in many ways. The imposing new building not only catches the eye with its heights, depths and slopes - its radiantly bright, three-dimensional building envelope in particular attracts attention from afar. Differently profiled tiles of the KeraTwin® system make this possible. They skilfully catch the light and give the architecture a lively, sculptural appearance with sun reflections and shadow play, making it a ceramic landmark. The ceramic façades also spill over confidently onto the roofs. With sharp, precise edges, they contrast with the red plaster of the inner courtyard, which seeks its way out here and there in incisions, vistas and passages.