Konzepthalle6, Thun, Switzerland
thanks to Création Baumann (amongst others) these areas can be freely combined within the 2700 square metres of the new Konzepthalle6 in Thun (Switzerland). The textile concept is based on a flexible interplay between transparent and opaque curtains.
Barry Street residence, Melbourne, Australia
Where Victorian and modern architecture, leading to an interplay between the eras in which Création Baumann plays a crucial role. Heavy yellow curtain material created on the basis of the ELUIS throw produces a powerfully-designed separating element between the kitchen and living areas.
Wälderhaus, Hamburg, Germany
Day and night, seeing and concealing: These natural contrasts provide an inspiration for architects too – e.g. at the “Wälderhaus”, the new “House in the Forest” science centre. Discover how the Mystery and Shadow blackout materials contribute to its design, light control system and acoustic.
The Alpina Gstaad, Gstaad, Switzerland
The newly-opened five-star hotel also incorporates premium quality blackout features. Numa curtains lined with the Dimmer blackout material and refined by a border from the Cavallo collection provide optimum light control. Are you curious?
St. Jakobshalle, Basel, Switzerland
Daylight is an unwelcome guest at one of Switzerland’s largest event venues. As of recently, blackout fabric from the Oscuratinto Plus collection is being used to exclude the sun from events.
Grange Plein Sud, Villa, Switzerland
Epunto for a fantastic outlook: in a converted barn in the Swiss mountains, this taffeta curtain combines visual privacy with transparency, as well as a reference to traditional crocheted craft.
Alterszentrum Lädeli AG, Heimberg, Switzerland
The residents of Alterszentrum Lädeli in Heimberg are cosseted within a coherent idiom of fabric and colour in shades of green.
Institute of Art and Music, University of Augsburg, Germany
Artful textiles for harmonious art: to support the acoustic properties of the rooms.
Bern Music Conservatoire, Bern, Switzerland
As part of an overall renovation project, excessively resonant rooms had to be adapted to suit the demands of contemporary teaching in music.
Musikerwohnhaus, Basel, Switzerland
A sound-insulated room in each apartment means that professionals can practise and teach by day and by night.
Kabelwerk Brugg AG, Brugg, Switzerland
Effective noise absorption and appealing aesthetics in perfect harmony, thanks to the multi-talented SONIC.
Metropol Hotel, Moscow, Russia
Textile fl oral motifs in complete harmony with the colouristic and stylish atmosphere of this historical residence.
Hiroshi Senju Museum Karuizawa, Nagano, Japan
Extensive window fronts that allow the lush green surroundings to encroach upon the exhibition: The Hiroshi Senju Museum in Karuizawa is a place to marvel at and while away some time.
Zurich Central Library, Zurich, Switzerland
The sensitive renovation of the central library in Zurich brings the old together with the new. A modular furnishing system is especially oriented towards the students.
Amrein Chocolatier Café, Willisau, Switzerland
The sales fl oor was changed radically in terms of the way in which the goods were presented and the customers served. The counters were covered with GECKO Crypta; they looked light, and blended perfectly into the colour concept of the sales floor.
Grand SPA Resort A-ROSA Sylt, Germany
The enchantment of the Grand SPA Resort A-ROSA lies in its timeless sense of class – a quality that also extends to the textiles used in its room furnishings. The hospitality textiles captivate by their soft touch and elegant naturalness.
Modrzewie Park Hotel, Szczawnica, Poland
The Modrzewie Park Hotel in Poland’s textile designs were entrusted to Création Baumann – in curtains, in bedclothes and even in the carpets.
Parkhotel Zug, Zug, Switzerland
The combination of coloured light and white curtains is used to create a bespoke atmosphere. The lobby (where the curtains also function as room dividers) is particularly eye-catching.
Actelion Pharmaceuticals Ltd, Allschwil, Switzerland
The classic Umbria and Sinfonia fabrics from Création Baumann provide perfect privacy and glare protection in the offices, as well as flexible space separation in the auditorium.
Private home, Bad-Homburg, Germany
Space acoustics or lighting design? Not only do the superimposed twin-coloured Création Baumann panels offer flexible lighting options, they also optimise the room’s acoustic.
Condominium Kinuta, Tokyo, Japan
How can we enjoy the pleasure of daylight as well as an effective privacy screen? The k/o design studio has put its faith in the creation of a perfect room ambience with Création Baumann’s systems.
Octapharma, Springe (near Hanover), Germany
The Swiss Octopharma AG company has fitted Création Baumann roller blinds with a sporty laser design at its subsidiary in Springe near Hanover (Germany).
Zurich Cantonalbank, Sonnenbühl office building, Dübendorf, Switzerland
Semi-transparent panel curtains in selected colours. Used by Création Baumann to create a sense of wellbeing at Zurich Cantonalbank’s staff restaurant in Dübendorf, Switzerland.
F-Secure Oyj, Helsinki, Finland
This interior design contradicts the prejudice that information technology is a boring, monotonous business; it provides fresh inspiration and motivation every day, to customers as well as staff.
Music Theatre, Gelsenkirchen, Germany
The “Musiktheater im Revier” is a major post-war theatre building, and has been completely renovated in 2010.
UEFA, Nyon, Switzerland
The European football association and Création Baumann have worked as a team to kit out the former’s premises in Nyon with the best possible visual shielding and glare protection, and improved the level of protection against noise.
Holiday home, Upper Valais, Switzerland
A classic linen fabric determines the atmosphere in the living room and proves to be a perfect fit with the other natural materials.
New Museum’s Media Hub, New York, USA
The moiré effect created by the overlapping coats of nets visually divides the large space into individual rooms.
Werkschule, Gempen, Switzerland
Due to a differentiated color concept teachers can now react to the students’ moods by changing the colors.
NHN Green Factory, Seoul, South Korea
The primary focus of the interior design of this 26-floor complex was to encourage and facilitate communication throughout the building.
Much attention was paid to details: Every floor is divided into several different work areas with a common center.
LA RÉSERVE PARIS, PARIS, FRANCE
The perfect balance between private sphere and luxury could be found in an exceptional environment. The curtains were chosen for their elegance and simplicity and thus support the natural and modern clean-cut interior design.
HOTEL DE PARIS, MONTE CARLO, MONACO
Tradition and love of detail are manifest. The curtains were to take into account these circumstances and meet corresponding requirements.
The textiles fit perfectly with the classic style of the Hotel de Paris and meet all different requirements.
WIDDER Hotel, Zurich, Switzerland
In the penthouse suite, the striking plaid Eluis is used as a bedspread to convey stylish luxury. In the conference room, the simple roller blinds fit perfectly into the overall concept and provide individual glare protection.
VitraHaus, Weil on the Rhine, Germany
Made-to-measure oblique curtains control the exposure to and effect of light in the new building designed by architects Herzog & de Meuron.
Sensai select Spa / Kanebo Cosemtics inc at Hotel Victoria Jungfrau, Interlaken, Switzerland
Panel curtains in different lengths of Spider divide the Kanebo Spa of a renowned five-star hotel and thus create mellow lighting in the rooms.
Special roller blinds, panel curtains and attractive fabric panels were used as decorative elements with an additional anti-glare function.
THE JAPANESE GALLERIES AT THE BRITISH MUSEUM, LONDON
Thanks to its excellent Oddy test results and its visual and haptic similarity to raw silk, this textile was used to line the display cabinets.
BRITISH AIRWAYS TERMINAL 5 AT HEATHROW, LONDON
The furnishings in the First Class areas, lounges and spa are luxurious and appropriate to the corporate identity of British Airways.
Rocksresort, Laax, Switzerland
Premium fabrics emphasize the archaic design and top quality furnishing of the bedrooms and living quarters of this exceptional holiday resort.
Meeting place, Psychiatric Clinic Königsfelden, Windisch, Switzerland
Despite the public character of the building, Création Baumann textiles ensure a feeling of security.
MAYOR'S AND DEBT ENFORCEMENT OFFICES, ZURICH, SWITZERLAND
The glass panes equipped with strips of Gecko allowing indirect monitoring as well as ensuring the anonymity of the clients.
SPARKLING DROPLETS, KÜSSNACHT, SWITZERLAND
Without having to take any constructional measures, Gecko is able to ensure privacy and fits into the overall facade optimally.
INOVA AT THE BAU TRADE FAIR, MUNICH, GERMANY
Company presentation at the trade fair „inova“: example of privacy assurance, signage and a guidance system in the office area.
INOVA AT THE BAU TRADE FAIR, MUNICH, GERMANY
Company presentation at the trade fair „inova“: example of the decorative contribution and privacy in the housing space.
FALKEN BUILDING, BADEN, SWITZERLAND
Development of a curtain fabric meeting all the requirements towards reflection and transmission values, resistance, and esthetics.
FRAUNHOFER-INSTITUTE. BERLIN, GERMANY
Glass partitions as acoustic separations within the open plan office. The textile surface of Gecko Crypta was used to establish an appealing contrast to the hard glass walls.
EFG FINANCIAL PRODUCTS AG, ZURICH, SWITZERLAND
A good textile solution to ensure privacy within the company and of the individual employees.
FURNITURE HOUSE PESCH GMBH & CO KG, COLOGNE, GERMANY
A highly exciting glass façade that makes passer-bys curious to see more. Large circles were cut out by laser, allowing for a view of the product presentation in the shop window.
RAIFFEISENBANK LOWER RHINE VALLEY, ST. MARGRETHEN, SWITZERLAND
A light, open, contemporary bank building that meets various different customer requirements.
LOBECK CHEMIE AG, ST. GALLEN, SWITZERLAND
Gecko fulfils a slight transparency but visible contours and a solution that closes off the corridor from the offices. At the same time it redesigns the room.
SPARKASSE, BIELEFELD, GERMANY
Roller blinds serve as adjustable glare protection in conference rooms and lounge areas and ensure pleasant light conditions in every possible situation.
BLUE CITY HOTEL, BADEN, SWITZERLAND
For extraordinary well-being, a successful combination of the old and the new; resulting in a mixture of simplicity, elegance, and design.
DAY-NURSERY 'FRECHDACHS', ZURICH, SWITZERLAND
A modular system enabled a design suitable for children and consisting of various different motives, scales, and colours to ensure glare protection and privacy.
VM HOUSES, ORESTADEN, COPENHAGEN, DENMARK
„Ice-Fern“ is a highly aesthetical and poetic window sculpture: Based on the concept of frost patterns, GECKO was used to create a crystal-formed three-dimensional pattern across the window and dominating the wall.
TAKANO YURI COHAKU SPA , Aoyama, Tokyo, Japan
A very special spa in a serene setting but with nevertheless surprisingly beautiful details that are a feast for the eyes.
ELEKTROR AIR SYSTEMS gmbh, OSTFILDERN, GERMANY
Colourful wall covering, serving as an acoustic element and ensuring a „rainbow effect“ in the stairway.
CAMPUS NOVARTIS, BASEL, SWITZERLAND
Two special fabrics in three-phase transparencies for use in meeting rooms. The transparency gradient of the fabrics is aligned towards the building’s architecture and helps to ensure privacy as well as absorbing sound.
ALL NIPPON AIRWAYS CO. LTD., AIRPORT LOUNGE, FUKUOKA, Japan
Fabrics for room dividers and serving as decorative elements ensure a pleasant atmosphere in the ANA Airport Lounge at Fukuoka Airport, Japan.
SORELL HOTEL, ZURICH, SWITZERLAND
Individual furnishing of 23 new „urban“ rooms by contemporary designers. Perfectly executed with Création Baumann fabrics.
SPARDA BANK, MUNSTER, GERMANY
Interior furnishing of the modern headquarters of the Sparda Bank. Panel curtains based on a special design ensure privacy and simultaneously serve as a clever design element.
SYNAGOGUE, HANNOVER, GERMANY
Adhesive textile employed as a light diffuser in a converted church.
PRIVATE HOME, ZURICH, SWITZERLAND
Individually designed, digitally printed curtains ensure privacy and serve as exciting design elements.
HOTEL ASTORIA, LUCERNE, SWITZERLAND
Reliable dimming and functional glare protection harmonize excellently with the extravagant architecture.
FRITAX TAX ADVISORS, GEILENKIRCHEN, GERMANY
The high quality adhesive textile offers the necessary glare protection as well as contributing to a pleasant room atmosphere.
CONFERENCE CENTER BRUCKNERHAUS, LINZ, AUSTRIA
Astra as well as another upholstery fabric that was developed especially to meet the high requirements of this center.
DESIGN COLLEGE, BASEL, SWITZERLAND
Diaphanous privacy assurance with Gecko Crypta - the ideal solution for rooms used for different purposes.
Hameln General Hospital, Germany
The new modern wing of the general hospital was to be equipped with robust windows on the one hand as well as to meet the great expectations towards aesthetics and functionality on the other.
Humboldt Clinic, Berlin, Germany, Vivantes Netzwerk für Gesundheit GmbH
In addition to extensive facilities and other complementary services, a pleasant interior decoration was to encourage the convalescence of the patients.
Zollverein School, Essen, Germany
Japanese reserve characterizes the mood in the room, thus calling for curtains and roller blinds able to fulfil discreetly their function of providing glare protection.
Trumpf Logistics Centre, Ditzingen, Germany
Glass, steel, and concrete lend the modern building the impression of transparency. The upholstery fabric for the room partitions was to fit discreetly into the interior decoration concept as well as ensuring sound absorption.
Multi-storey office building Finanz Informatik, Frankfurt on the Main, Germany
For the generous glass facade of a multifunctional conference room, the architects asked for a textile system that would offer sound absorption and light control in line with the various conditions of use.
Vigilius Mountain Resort, Meran, Italy
The building was to be integrated completely into its natural surroundings. Primarily, renewable building and natural materials were used for the construction work as well as in interior decoration.
Museum of Architecture of the Technical University of Munich, Germany, Exhibition on Architecture
For a retrospective, the rooms were to be separated artfully by curtains that would not compete with the exhibits for attention.
Hotel de Rome, Berlin, Germany
A former bank in Berlin Mitte was transformed into a hotel that is a wonderful combination of contemporary chic and traditional splendour.
Straumann JHB, Basel, Switzerland
The overall glass facade of the Jakob Burckhardt House calls for privacy assurance. The architects asked for a leno fabric that had to be at least 3 meters wide because of the height of the room.
Senior Citizen's Residence Multengut, Muri, Switzerland
Beautifully draped dimming fabrics in the residence wing and the common room harmoniously complement the furnishing to ensure stylish residing.
Auditorium of the Paul Klee Centre, Berne, Switzerland
99 individually adjustable textile roller blinds printed with the picture of the wall behind them meet the requirements of various different acoustic conditions.
Nordea Bank, Stockholm, Sweden
Thanks to the use of 1,000 panels in Primavera print, the open-plan office was equipped with partitions and logical aisles.