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Ultra-Lite Stone

Aug 10, 2007No Comments

Honeycomb-reinforced lightweight stone panels Ultra-Lite Stone Panels combine the aerospace technology of aluminum honeycomb structures with the natural purity of granite, marble or limestone. Ultra-Lite

Alkemi

Jul 10, 2007No Comments

Recycled aluminum solid surface Alkemi is a recycled composite material composed of a minimum of sixty percent postindustrial scrap aluminum and polymeric resins for use

Eggshell

Jun 20, 2007No Comments

Lacquered eggshell-surfaced wood panels Made entirely by hand in Vietnam, these panels are a product of a long history of decorative inlay technique indigenous to

Vanceva

Apr 08, 2007No Comments

Metallic interlayers for laminated glass Vanceva metallic interlayers are permanently bonded between two sheets of glass to form durable, high performance glazing. The Vanceva metallic

Imago

Apr 04, 2007No Comments

Plastic laminate sheets with fabric and printed films Designed by Suzanne Tick and introduced by KnollTextiles in 2000, Imago is a family of products made

Paper Softwall

Mar 31, 2007No Comments

Expandable paper and wool room partition The Paper Softwall is a lightweight freestanding wall that can be arranged into almost any shape or easily compressed

Panelite

Mar 19, 20071 Comment

Translucent honeycomb panels with laminated fiberglass or cast resin facings Panelite panels were developed by architects Emmanuelle Bourlier and Christian Mitman to resolve an architectural

TiColor

Feb 24, 2007No Comments

Electrolytic method for coloring titanium and titanium alloys Titanium and its alloys are widely used based on their chemical resistance and high mechanical performance related

NovaCork

Feb 16, 2007No Comments

Cork veneer over recycled paper substrate NovaCork panels are ideal for tackable surface applications located in high-traffic areas. The combination of post-consumer recycled cork and

Ecosmart

Feb 04, 2007No Comments

High-volume fly-ash concrete Concrete, a universal construction material synonymous with strength and longevity, is relatively benign in nature. However, the production of Portland cement, which