200 green doors open for researchers in Hanover - The internal doors of the Institute for Molecular Plant Sciences at Leibniz University in Hannover, Germany is made up of laminates in various shades of green.
|Customer / builder ||Uni Leibniz, Hannover |
|Architect ||TSJ Architekten, Lübeck |
|Construction ||2014 |
|No. of doors ||200 |
The Leibniz University of Hanover has had a new building built on Herrenhäuser Strasse for five institutes in the field of plant sciences and microbiology. The planners' decision to opt for EGGER laminates was secured by the color spectrum available, the panel formats, as well as the advice and services offered.
EGGER provided the laminates for 200 interior doors in seven different shades of green. The colors make reference to the research areas of molecular plant sciences and they also act as a design feature, contributing to the building’s modern and welcoming ambiance. For a seamless finish and continuity of color all the way through, a colored core laminate can be used.
EGGER Laminate is made up of a decorative paper on the surface and multiple layers of kraft paper in the core. The laminate sheet must be fabricated (bonded) to a suitable substrate (normally chipboard or MDF). Due to its multilayered construction. EGGER Laminate is an excellent material for medium to high traffic areas or where a hard wearing surface is required, such as the doors in the research institute.
- Highly durable and resistant to scratches and impact
- 300 decors available from one sheet
- High-quality material reproductions saving costs and processing time compared to materials such as veneer, metals, stone, and lacquer
- Environmentally friendly, resource-conserving solution compared to using real materials
- Door size optimized laminates save costs and material waste
- Can be requested with flame-retardant qualities