Locker Group’s extensive experience in Perforated Metal benefits both the industrial and architectural markets.
December 16th, 2013
‘Dragonscale’ is a distinctive addition to Locker Group’s architectural range. Instead of utilising traditional perforating or expanding techniques, ‘Dragonscale’ is carefully formed to provide a 3 dimensional, textural element to the installation. The profile offers a high open area, ideal for light transfer and ventilation, while the scales provide protection for passersby from internal light beams.
Formed in Aluminium, ‘Dragonscale’ can be anodised or powder coated in vibrant colours. Local manufacturing capability and expertise allows Locker Group to create new, distinct profiles to meet the exact requirements of the design brief.
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