Architectural Materials & Design

Copper is one of the oldest materials used by the man. It has a wide range of applications in various industries including electronics, steel, refrigeration, ship building and numerous others. It is widely used in construction, plumbing, roofing and cladding. This combination of favourable characteristics explains the great variety of copper applications. Its extraordinary corrosion resistance, good workability, and the fact that it is aesthetically pleasing, are all reasons why copper is especially suited for cladding applications. Copper does not have a wide colour range since it’s a natural product and, in fact, this is why Architects love it. The main colours in the market are Green, Natural, Brown, and Gold.
Because it is a lightweight material, it can be easily formed to specification and used in a number of building applications. It has low thermal expansion and high mechanical resistance to wind loads. As a product in general, it gives the Architect the freedom to push the boundaries in inspirational design.

Suitable for commercial buildings, domestic buildings, entertainment areas, hotels and factories.