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Bayferrox for data highway in South Korea

The Inorganic Pigments business unit (IPG) at Lanxess has published another case study as part of the publication series “Colored Concrete Works”. This issue describes how pigments supplied by the specialty chemicals group were used for the extraordinary building Daum Space.1.

Earthy shape and color

In collaboration with the renowned architect Minsuk Cho, Daum Communications, one of the biggest IT companies in South Korea, has accomplished a creative complex which represents Daum’s special corporate culture as well as the horizontal working structures while reflecting the unique landscape of the...

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