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Colour & Materials

Metal Finishes and Application

Today’s contemporary design world is seeing a rise in the popularity of authentically degraded and tarnished metal finishes. The idea of embracing naturally occurring processes is a key architectural idea that is filtering through to product and design. An increased appeal in distressed metal surfaces – including copper, iron and steel – signifies an adverse shift in our perception of luxury. Stylus investigates the emerging trends in metals and the key techniques for creating metallic finishes.

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19 Jul 2012
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