Architectural Panels

   Aluminum Composite Panels  

Aluminum Composite Panels

A composite panel is a type of building material used in place of traditional wood or steel. These panels are much more lightweight than solid woodor steel, but offer similar levels of strength and structural support. There are three basic types of composite panels, including engineered wood, aluminum, or fiberglass units. Each of these panels may consist of multiple layers of the same material or a lightweight core sandwiched between sheets of some type of protective material. 

 Wood Panels

 Wood Panels

Our wood composite panel systems are made from high-density resin core paneling faced with natural wood, which is coated with a proprietary acrylic finish. The natural wood coverings provide unparalleled strength, durability, and design options. This panel system is suitable for both interior and exterior walls.

 
 Fibre Cement Board

Fibre Cement Board

Fibre-reinforced cement panels free architects and designers from the constraints of concrete, acting like a skin made of concrete and opening entirely new possibilities for modern ventilated wall design. Concrete skin cladding is compact and flexible, adjusting to any shape an architect choose to design – curves, straight lines, slanted or straight walls or roofs. Interior and exterior surfaces fuse into one spatial unit, giving the impression of a building that has been cast in one piece. The flexible, compact skin can be finished with sandblasted or brushed surfaces in a variety or iron oxide colours. A special process also allows us to incorporate company logos or patterns into the surface. Each manufactured part is unique in size, colour, and surface finish, creating a truly individual look.