In 1921, Karel Jeurgens started making cakes and biscuits in a small bakery. Now, almost 100 years later, that bakery has grown into an international producer and exporter of a wide selection of biscuit and bakery products. All of this happened because Jeurgens decided at the time to make sponge fingers his primary product.
It’s Bolidt’s latest cruise project, the Norwegian Escape at Meyer Werft. The Norwegian Escape is 325.9 m long and 41.4 m wide.
Over the past 18 months Bolidt has extended its already impressive reference list with some high profile new build and refit projects taking place at a number of different yards. One of the most notable superyacht deliveries of 2015 so far,” and featuring Bolideck Future Teak, “is the Espen Oeino designed, 63m Irimari.
Bolidt and Delft University of Technology jointly organised a sustainable introduction activity for its first-year Architecture students.
In an exclusive interview with Bolidt Ana Pinto-Alexander and Patrick Schultz, from healthcare architecture giant HKS, explain what reducing to zero means and how flooring can help achieve this goal.
Once again Theis and Khan Architects achieved this by choosing the partnership of Stratum Resin Flooring with Bolidt. The freedom of design played a hugely important role. The Bolidtop 525 resin floor, applied by Stratum Resin Flooring, gives the office space a luxurious look which fits seamlessly with the unique design of the building.
Architectural firm cepezed from Delft focuses on combining unprecedented creativity with a naturalistic functionality. From their modest offices they design powerful designs based on personal visions, and always combine their own expertise with the expertise of others. This approach has resulted in a leading position in the architectural industry. In many designs cepezed has chosen Bolidt flooring – as in the impressive new offices of the agency itself.
Marine flooring specialist Bolidt is launching a new product and has developed new processes to boost its prefabrication offering.