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Upcoming Webinar: Architectural Applications For Liquid and Powder Fluoropolymer Coatings

This webinar was developed so architects could understand the advantages and disadvantages of liquid and powder coating technologies for the architectural markets. Participants will learn about the markets, the different coating technologies, manufacturing process and application methods. The main benefit of the webinar will be to aid architects in the coating selection process. This includes information on appearance, end use, cost and other factors. Continue reading Read More

Luxury Sydney Apartments Adapt To Impressive Skyline With Fiberglass Arches Painted With Lumiflon Infused Coating System

Arc by Crown Group are high-end luxury apartments in Sydney, Australia. Designed by Koichi Takada Architects, the building provides an iconic addition to the historic cityscape. The architects describe, “Located in a key heritage precinct in Sydney’s Central Business District (CBD), the building is designed to reactivate its surroundings and extend to the broader urban context, ultimately reshaping and softening the city’s skyline.” Continue reading Read More

Stunning Iridescent Home In Austria Uses High Performance Lumiflon FEVE Resin Technology

In Vienna, Austria, design duo Andrea Daemon and Andreas Doser of ad2 architekten ZT have designed the impressive CoMED private residence. The home is immediately eye-catching as its construction features a series of abstracted geometric shapes. The addition to the home’s unusual angular shape, a prismatic aluminum composite material was used to fully construct the exterior. Alucobond’s Spectra Galaxy Blue was chosen to provide a modern, iridescent alternative to traditional residential building materials. Continue reading Read More

Colorful Children’s Hospital Boasts Aluminum Composite Panels With Lumiflon FEVE Resin Technology

The Lady Cilento Children’s Hospital in Brisbane’s Southbank precinct is a colorfully playful architectural marvel. The building features an abundance of chromatic protruding elements that offer a unique interplay with passersby. The building not only serves its function as a children’s hospital and research facility, the site also features an urban park, providing a collective space for the local Southbank community. Continue reading Read More