Wall and Column Cladding in Piombo Aluminum Finish
Highly mottled, grainy, and patinated, Piombo is a great contrast to traditional silver metals. Comprised of lead, silver, and charcoal tones, the surface employs our specular technology in a mid-gloss, which gives the appearance of a patination that occurs over time while imparting a dynamic texture.
Brunello - Aluminum interior wall paneling
Another step in our iterative approach to weathered steel, Brunello assumes a more resonant and rich disposition with minimal mottling. The color, similar to a young wine, is dark yet warm with plum, dark bronze and cherry undertones similar to that of classic iron. Unlike previous offerings, Brunello employs our new diffuse texture, a physical texture which provides sense of monumentality and substance.
Emblem - Interior Aluminum Wall Paneling
Emblem has deep, elegant, polished bronze base paired with a matte white “ceramic” coating, creating a distinctive appearance via contrasting gloss levels and textures. The result is our reinterpretation of a glass frit, but with the performance and light weight associated with fluropolymer coated aluminum.
Harlem - Interior Aluminum Wall Paneling
A midnight color belies the golden clear coat that hides beneath the surface of Harlem. As light hits the surface, a golden vibrancy appears from the periphery, adding a subtle but deep glow to the blackened steel. A true classic with austere simplicity, the beauty of Harlem runs deep.
Interior Metal Cladding - St. Lawrence Martyr Church - Aluminum wall paneling
Architect: Cuningham Group Architecture Finishes: Gold Tarnish, Deco Bronze, Deco Bronze 2 Material: 1mm Industry: Cultural & Community Photographer: Natalie Gorman
Specter - The Chameleon Collection x Marcel Wanders
An intricate design built around six different geometric units over a blue and black basecoat, the crystalized gloss matte layer emerges in natural light, imparting an astounding level of vigor and life. The sharp forms and edgy dimension play a nice contrast against the softer forms found in Feather and Lace; and the transformation between the different stages is more prominent than any other design in the collection.