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Living in two worlds

Custom-made stainless steel channels from Richard Brink provide the perfect drainage solution for the “Gleis Park” apartment complex

The green space next to Gleisdreieck subway station is an oasis of calm amid Berlin’s metropolis. The park has a broad appeal, attracting walkers, runners, dog owners and nature lovers. The residents of Gleis Park Apartments – a living complex…

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Centrally located yet surrounded by greenery – the Gleis Park Apartments on the outskirts of Berlin’s Gleisdreieck area unite the perks of city living with the benefits of nature.

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.

Built for the future

Channels and gratings ensure reliable dewatering at the IT-Rathaus in Munich

In order to bring a large part of the city’s information and telecommunications technology under one roof, the Stadtwerke München (SWM) Munich City Utilities commissioned the building of an ‘IT townhall’ – the IT-Rathaus. The building complex is…

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The Stadtwerke München (SWM) Munich City Utilities commissioned an ‘IT townhall’ – the IT-Rathaus – to be built on the premises of the Campus M technology park, bringing a large part of the municipal authorities’ information and telecommunications technology under one roof.

Spiritual meeting place at the heart of the city

Drainage channels protect the Ecumenical Forum in Hamburg’s HafenCity against the effects of precipitation

The HafenCity, located close to Hamburg’s city centre, is one of the biggest construction projects in Europe. The newly developed city district recently acquired its own church: the HafenCity Ecumenical Forum. Nineteen churches from Hamburg have come…

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Water damage doesn’t stand a chance

Roof protection for the Kaufhaus Tyrol shopping centre courtesy of Richard Brink drainage systems

After six years of planning and construction, Kaufhaus Tyrol – the largest inner-city shopping centre in Austria – finally opened its doors last year in Innsbruck. Based on a design by renowned British architect, David Chipperfield, the building…

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