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Chromatics safety glass continues to be used in foyers and reception areas to create an immediate impact for visitors.
This recently refurbished reception area in Southampton was designed by Fairhursts Design Group, Manchester. Having used Chromatics safety glass on a previous project, designer Tim Bramley was keen to specify the product again.
With the launch of our new high-definition print process, Chromatics safety glass can now incorporate superior full colour digital imagery. The colour and detail replication can be compared with quality gloss-printed magazines, and type as fine as 2pt remains clear and legible.
The Marks & Spencer franchise store in St Peter Port, Guernsey, is now smartly dressed in Chromatics safety glass.
Architects Lyons Sleeman Hoare specified Chromatics because the M&S brand colour could be exactly matched, because there is no show-through on the 100% opaque panels and because Chromatics could be used to clad the lift-shaft...
Rich reds and oranges add vibrancy to this reception area in the Villaggio Vista development by TEDC in Accra, Ghana, carrying the building's external colour scheme through to the interior with precisely matched colours. Digitally printed Chromatics panels have been invisibly fixed to the feature wall, while plain red panels clad the columns and the wall behind the desk.
Chromatics safety glass tops the Tune Hotel in Westminster
The Tune hotel in Westminster is the first in the UK and 'sets the brand standard for the European roll out' (Architects Network).
Originally proposed to clad the 6th floor extension of the 1960's office conversion because it could replicate the bright red brand colour, Chromatics Safety Glass was eventually specified, by Lee Pickering of Architects Network,
Chromatics Safety Glass gets top impact classification
Recently tested against BSEN 12600 at Wintech laboratory, Chromatics Resist safety glass not only withstood the impact of a 50kg weight dropping from a height of 1200mm, but the panel remained in one piece and was folded in half for disposal.
Cladding Solutions Limited (CSL) is promoting Chromatics Rainscreen on their stand (Stand 2564) at Ecobuild, the world's biggest event for sustainable design, construction and the built environment, which runs from the 2nd to the 4th March.