Museuminsel metro station

The Museumsinsel underground station as well as the new Rathaus and Unter den Linden stations complete the missing links on the U5 underground line between Brandenburger Tor and Alexanderplatz. The Museumsinsel stop will define a completely new location in the city’s cultural centre: the 180-metre-long station runs under the Spree Canal south of the nearby Schlossbrücke bridge and serves as an underground entrance for the city’s most important cultural institutions.



BeautyWalls plaster panels

Decorative wall decoration always plays a key role in the style of an apartment, office, restaurant or any other building. Wall decorative panels 3d create a new level of wall decoration in modern interior. Each panel design from BeautyWalls is exclusive. Thus, you have the opportunity to make the space of your house unique by buying and using our high quality plaster 3d wall panels.

Mario De Meyer Blog

Mario De Meyer

Mario De Meyer

Mario De Meyer is a freelance graphic designer based in Ghent/Belgium, focusing on typography. He works on a wide variety of projects around the world and has had the privilege of working with clients such as Adobe, Bloomberg, Fortune, Inc, Ogilvy & Mather, IBM, Wired, Henkel and more.

Margravial Opera BLog

Opera Margravial

Opera Margravial

Bayreuth, Germany, is a city famous around the world for its summer Wagner Festival, which was founded in 1876 by Richard Wagner himself. But long before that, Bayreuth had another operatic visionary.


Something for lovers

Lizards is a newly created dugout, located on the originally gothic building of the rectory on Kapitulska Street in Bratislava. With its perfect design, it confused even some conservationists, who thought that it was an original Gothic element. 


Sammezzano Castle

Sammezzano Castle

Castle Sammezzano – the technicolour Tuscan castle has 365 rooms, one for every day of the year and no two rooms are the same!

Dacryl Blog



Dacryl is a French manufacturing company, founded 20 years ago by Gilbert Meyer in the heart of France, which produces and sells its own products. As an “industrial artisan”, Dacryl produces exclusive acrylic resin and allows the company to produce unique pieces.

With inclusions of plants, minerals, substances, etc. Its know-how combines an artistic and industrial approach, combining cutting-edge technology in the field of polymerisation with handcrafted artistic work. Our production process requires the purest raw materials. Due to inclusions, our acrylic must be denser than standard acrylic. Dacryl sheets meet the new market demands due to their lightness, innovativeness, transparency and lightness. It is easy to use, ten times more durable and twice as light as glass. It has to be machined like wood.

Thanks to its own research and development team, Dacryl designs its own collections and constantly follows new trends. It surrounds itself with responsible partners and suppliers who play an important role in its success. Dacryl is therefore able to continuously innovate and produce cutting-edge materials

Dacrylic is as transparent as crystal, ten times more durable than glass and twice as light as glass. It is also extremely light-conducting: light transmission is 92%, equivalent to that of crystal. Thanks to more than 10 years of experience, Dacryl can now offer a large range of products that are tested and well known to professionals in the field of coloured sheets and inclusions. The architectural and decorative possibilities are almost endless.

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Kurz glazury Blog

Glazing course

Application of basic glazes

A complete theoretical and practical course on the formulation and application of basic glazes and on the procedures for creating your own glazes with crystals. The course is taught by JOSÉ MARIA MARISCAL PANEQUE, member of the International Academy of Ceramics, Master Potter – Catalonia.