Acrylic Couture from Austaron is acrylic glass – in a completely new light.
June 3rd, 2016
The stunning glass features intoxicating effects through extravagant inlays and artistic colour combinations. Acrylic Couture is made up of the highest quality acrylic glass, and is made in Italy. It has been modified with special nanoparticles for the extremely efficient scattering and reflecting of light. It features ‘cross-linked’ polymers for higher resistance to scratching. The highlight for the senses is achieved through the tiny particles within the glass. In the presence of light and LED technology, this extraordinary material composition makes it possible to achieved intensely radiant effects and thereby create the perfect setting for shine and shimmer, light and shade, colour and shapes.
Due to the quality of the material and the beautiful aesthetic finish, Acrylic Couture in pattern – Cancello Copper has been used at Restaurant ZweiSinn in Germany. The exclusive fine dining restaurant features Acrylic Couture on the front of the bar area, and also behind open shelving throughout the restaurant. LED lighting has also frames the Acrylic Couture sheets creating a glowing effect with depth and texture that appears to be floating. The overall look and feel is luxurious and inviting.
Acrylic Couture is available in many other patterns, metallic materials, shimmering particles and even feathers encased in crystal clear acrylic glass. It has a 30-year guarantee on UV resistance / weathering and a 100-year guarantee based on very high molecular density against polymer degradation.
Project design by Pfriem Innenarchitektur, Leinburg.
Acrylic Couture is exclusively distributed in Australia by Austaron Surfaces.
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