CORTEN, THE METAL WHICH IS REVOLUTIONING MODERN ARCHITECTURE

The architecture uses regularly historic materials such as metals to design with them the final image of the building.

2013-06-25
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CORTEN, THE METAL WHICH IS REVOLUTIONING MODERN ARCHITECTURE

The architecture uses regularly historic materials such as metals to design with them the final image of the building.
The strength of metals is projected in the XXI century with countless attractive and suggestive shades in which lies the expressiveness of the construction. Among metals, iron possesses growing importance in contemporary building, associating it with changing colored surfaces, defined by rust of years.
Matimex presents CORTEN, a collection from FMG MAXFINE characterized by its reddish aged chromaticism. It is a full body porcelain stoneware with big dimensions (3.000mmx1.500mm), reduced thinckness (6mm) and with Natual and Lapping finish;which ensure, not only a incredible aesthetic quality, but also the strictest technical features: a high impact resistance, resistance to chemical products, frost resistance, resistance to light ..
Born of a technology which respects more than ever the Environment, this innovative tile generation with unlimited possibilities, opens new dimension in the sustainable architecture, combining a huge format with a reduced thickness, giving maximum lightness without reducing its resistance.

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