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Perforated sheets from RMIG depict a new Golden age for Bang & Olufsen A combination of perforated TECU® Gold panels mounted on LED lights and large glass areas create a sensational building Precision perforated panels from RMIG have helped to create a unique, show-stopping facade for Bang & Olufsen’s (B&O) new flagship store in Herning, Denmark. This new building reflects the audio-visual giant’s new design concept for its stores. The B&O store project was handled under RMIG’s dedicated architectural and construction sector support programme, City Emotion, which assists architects and contractors in realising their urban design concepts and converting them into real solutions for buildings. Further information on City Emotion and RMIG Group can be found by visiting

An Introduction to Laser Cutting From the Experts Cutting Technologies has launched a series of seminars to showcase the vast capabilities of laser cutting and engraving in design, manufacturing and architecture. The laser experts have launched the new, free seminars in conjunction with the Royal Institute of Building Architects (RIBA) in order to show the industry what’s possible when it comes to lasers. The initial seminars will give participants an understanding to how laser cut and engraved items are commonly used in architectural applications. They will learn about the latest materials, how to specify a laser project, as well as an idea of typical costs based on various materials and techniques. There’s also an opportunity to network at the end of the hour long seminar. The first seminar takes place in July. To book your place or check other dates email For groups of 5 architects or more, Cutting Technologies can bring the seminar to a venue of the hosts' choice.

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Archetech - Issue 19 2015  
Archetech - Issue 19 2015