The color of money

With its “Colored Concrete Works” series of publications, Lanxess provides architects with inspiration for their work. “Numerous buildings constructed every year around the world are colored with our inorganic pigments, and some of these exciting projects are presented as case studies in our publication series Colored Concrete Works,” says Thomas Pfeiffer, head of marketing for Europe, the Middle East and Africa, who is also responsible for the global key accounts of the “Inorganic Pigments” business unit at Lanxess.

The case studies are available online and in print in as many as nine...

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