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Product: Atlas Concorde Evolve

floortiles__mg_6976_HERO_2.jpg(90) A porcelain flooring tile with the look and texture of brushed concrete.

Hotel 4youlodge by Atlas Concorde reference projects | Manufacturer references

4YOULODGE is a hotel complex located in Les Angles, France, immersed in the natural setting of the East Pyrenees.  Its interesting and innovative architectural project made use of porcelain stoneware and white clay wall tiles from the Atlas Concorde Dwell collection. The hospitality and tourist structure is divided into several areas, offering a spa, a large sun terrace and several suites that provide maximum comfort. The 4YOULODGE hotel project combines the natural elements of the environment with the shapes and lines of modern architecture. Dwell surfaces underline the contemporary nature of the site, with solutions that combine aesthetics and practicality. Dwell: a resin and cement effect for contemporary designer spaces. For various environments in the hotel project - the common room, relaxation rooms, restaurant and bathrooms in the suites - the Atlas Concorde Dwell collection was used. Dwell features surfaces inspired by the world of brushed cement and synthetic resins for f… continue

Assembling the Concorde - From the Archive

On 2 March 1969, the Concorde prototype took off for the first time from the French city of Toulouse, changing forever our understanding of civil aviation

Airbus just patented a hypersonic jet that would fly from NYC to London in 1 hour

airbus, concorde, hypersonic jet, rocket-powered, mach 4.5, mach speed

A new hypersonic jet design from Airbus, which was just approved by the US Patents and Trademark Office, looks to create something of a successor to the now-retired Concorde. But, rather than flying at a measly Mach 2, the proposed rocket-powered Concorde 2.0 would traverse the skies at Mach 4.5. That’s four and a half times the speed of sound, some 3000mph, and could take passengers from NYC to London in just one hour.

Supersonic Boom aircraft will be the "fastest passenger plane ever"

A group of aviation experts has unveiled plans for a supersonic speed plane named Boom, which is being developed as a replacement for Concorde. (more…)

Associated Bank by Atlas Concorde reference projects | Architonic

Marvel, marble-look porcelain tiles by Atlas Concorde selected for the business location. The prestigious marble-look gres porcelain of the Marvel series is the protagonist of the renovation project of the head office of the Associated Bank, an important finance company in Chicago. The new design location was recently opened following extensive renovation by Interior Architectsstudio. A team of professionals created a broad structure in which the charm of Marvel Floor Design marble-look porcelain tiles perfectly integrates with an elegant and contemporary style. The bright and luminous shade of Calacatta extra, in honed finish, was used to cover the indoor floors of the reception areas, the stairs and in a distinguished meeting room that looks out onto the city skyline. Large windows light up the spaces and highlight the honed finish of the floor: the surface faithfully reproduces polished marble and its shades, it is brilliant and mirror-like, therefore enriching the whole project