Armourcoat lights up Hospitality Design Expo in Las Vegas
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Armourcoat Sculptural seamless wall surface
Armourcoat Sculptural, a seamless sculptural wall surface used to create a ’Flow Wave’ back wall for top US hospitality design trade show.
Armourcoat worked with Jesco at Hospitality Design (HD) Expo providing Sculptural walls constructed from a series of pre-cast gypsum panels bonded to the substrate.
The panel joints are then filled and sanded and a final decoration is applied to the surface.
Sculptural designs are created by combining computer-aided design with traditional hand sculpting to create designs that fit together with total accuracy yet retain the essence of being hand crafted.
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The United Kingdom demonstrated its experience and leadership in green building and design at the annual Greenbuild Conference and Expo in Philadelphia.
The Building Centre recently hosted a presentation entitled Concrete Innovations: Lean Lightweight Cladding Solutions. The event was sponsored by Armourcoat and attracted in excess of 250 architects and designers. The presentation focused on Lafarge’s Ductal ultra-high performance concrete which has been developed to create lightweight decorative building façades.
Crown Paints Kenya has recently been appointed as the agent for Armourcoat in Kenya, Burundi, Rwanda, Mozambique, Tanzania and Uganda. The company’s new, state-of-the art showroom in Westlands showcases a range of paints and interior finishes and offers customers tips on how best to improve building aesthetics.
Armourcoat Surface Finishes VIDEO explains their role in developing polished plaster and high performance surface finishes. The range now includes 3D sculptural effects and innovative panel systems. Armourcoat, made using recycled material and low VOCs, offers sustainable decorative surface solutions, creating stunning interiors for architects and designers around the world.
Armourcoat’s KonCrete decorative plaster finish has been used to update the first floor of contract office furniture manufacturer Brunner UK’s new showroom in Clerkenwell, London. KonCrete is a hand-applied plaster wall finish that has been designed to achieve an industrial appearance. KonCrete can be used to create a distressed look or recessed ’shuter’ markings and can be matched to existing concrete.