What is FAB?
FAB Architectural Bureau is the new multi-purpose exhibition format by Fiandre Group. An exhibition area for innovative ceramic products, FAB is also a platform for cultural dissemination, promoting initiatives where the central theme of architecture is tackled via a novel interdisciplinary approach.
Who is FAB for?
Located in Berlin, Milan and Castellarano, FAB exhibits an exclusive selection of porcelain stoneware for floorings, coatings, façades and furnishings. FAB works in both the professional field, offering advanced solutions for designers and companies, as well as the cultural arena, involving national and international authorities from the worlds of architecture, design, communication and art, contributing to the creation of a virtuous informative circle.READ MORE
For A Day of Architecture, 25th – 26th June 2016, a new location will be opened for the communication of architecture in the Sarotti-Höfe in Berlin Kreuzberg – the FAB ARCHITECTURAL BUREAU BERLIN.
On June 9 at 6:30 p.m., FAB Architectural Bureau in Milan, a showroom by Fiandre and Porcelaingres, hosts the second edition of FAB's One Night under the care of the Floornature's team. The theme of the event is photography and Instagram. The event, which will have as guests of honour Luigi Bussolati and Pamela Campaner, will be followed by a cocktail party open to the press and to the public.
FAB Architectural Bureau Milano inaugurates its new “Le one night di FAB” (FAB One Nights) event series at 6.30 p.m. on 5 May. The project, curated by the space’s creative director, Paolo Schianchi, opens with its first event, “Grazia Gamberoni e Oscar G. Colli. Una rivoluzione silenziosa nell’editoria italiana” (Grazia Gamberoni and Oscar G. Colli. A Silent Revolution in Italian Publishing), dedicated to the birth of communication for the bathroom environment. Special guests Grazia Gamberoni and Oscar G. Colli
Currently a new space for communication and architecture is developing at the Sarotti Höfe – the FAB ARCHITECTURAL BUREAU BERLIN. Architect Volker Halbach, blauraum, and curator Sally Below, sbca, developed the renovation together with handpicked teams of architects, in an open process since June 2015.