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Drainage for Saxony’s Versailles

Custom-made dewatering solutions for historical orangery in Gross-Sedlitz Baroque Garden

The renovation of listed buildings requires the use of materials that blend in seamlessly with the surrounding architecture and spaces. The installation of channels and gratings produced by the company Richard Brink above the historical orangery in…

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Located south-east of Dresden, Gross-Sedlitz Baroque Garden is an extraordinary example of French horticulture and is regarded as one of the most authentic baroque gardens in Germany.

Rethinking public spaces

Drainage solutions from Richard Brink for the Forum Groningen

The striking structure of the Forum Groningen shoots up into the sky out of the otherwise historical heart of the Dutch provincial capital of Groningen. The unique architecture of the building boasts unconventional approaches both inside and out, and…

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The tapered monolith shoots up into the sky out of the otherwise historical heart of the city.

Showcase pieces in real-world use

Drainage solutions from Richard Brink for the NürnbergMesse glass façade

The NürnbergMesse Group has undertaken the extensive modernisation of its exhibition premises with the aim of connecting people and offering visitors the highest degree of comfort in the process. Take, for example, the new Hall 3C, which has been a…

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Exhibition hall 3C stands as an example of the extensive modernisation measures undertaken by the NürnbergMesse Group on the Nuremberg exhibition premises.

Hydra and Cubo combine elegance and vivacity

Building on Phoenix Lake fitted with drainage channels from Richard Brink GmbH & Co. KG

The RIVA 1 building on the harbour promenade of Dortmund’s Phoenix Lake has been occupied since 2013. Commissioned by Dreier Immobilien, architectural firm Schamp & Schmalöer – also from Dortmund – created a five-storey office building including…

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