DESIGN & INSPIRATION
Living Coral â€“ Trend Colour of 2019
A bright and cheerful shade - named Colour of the year 2019 by Pantone: "Living Coral" is a bold orange pink with gold undertones. This colour brings an energising atmosphere to any living area and can be combined in a variety of ways.
The Oakland Ice Box Challenge
The Ice Box Challenge experiment shows how a construction can be super energy efficient and comfortable. The idea was to build two boxes and introduce a ton of ice in both of them. After 5 days left outside in the sun, the remaining ice is weighed and the...
A story of contrasts
Two products, four different decors and four different surfaces - the Two-family house H in Vienna is a real eye-catcher in every way! Two family houses is a story of contrasts. Striking on-trend interior design, and impressive urban exterior design. Offering...
Les Lofts de la Baume - At one with nature
Revealing... Max Exterior Authentic Natura in all its natural glory. Recently completed, this latest project illustrates the raw beauty of this unique facade panel.
Original by nature
Essential. Iconic. Impressive. Pure. Inspired and surrounded by nature, Â«Futuro ParkÂ» is a housing development like no other. Impressive in its radiance, it has been created using the complete â€˜wood decorâ€™ palette from our Max Exterior collection. Each and...
JUNO - A new refuge that captivates with exceptional architecture
Students of architecture and social sciences at the University of Applied Sciences of Carinthia worked together on a special project with JUST to create a new facility for JUNO Klagenfurt.
Moscow Metro revamps itself with FunderMax Individual Decor
Newly refurbished Moscow metro station "Studencheskaya" has recently been beautified, with the help of FundeMax Max Compact Exterior panels.
Handgedacht - with hand and head
With hand and head: Handgedacht in Vienna is not just a name but also a philosophy. Unlike traditional set ups, here design and production go hand in hand without clear divisions between designers and carpenters. This is made possible thanks to a unique sense...
The â€˜feel-goodâ€™ effect
â€˜Hapticâ€™, or the sense of touch, was described for the first time in 1892 by the German psychologist Max Dessoir. Now it is defined in encyclopedias as â€˜understanding an object by touchâ€™. In recent decades, within the construction and furniture design...