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New possibilities for unique glass design with Architextural

Architextural has expanded its ever-growing portfolio of creative possibilities with the new decorative glass patterns range from 3M™.

Bringing transparency, light and brightness to work and leisure environments, glass is an essential design element in the construction of buildings. The state-of-the-art 3M™ Fasara™ Glass Finishes is perfectly suited for interior applications, ensuring elegance and functionality meet durability.

Providing a variety of innovative solutions for contemporary glass design, the range offers a very flexible and easy to apply solution to transform interior designs. New patterns now include modern metallic, geometrics, fabrics, string and gradation designs, as well as wider width rolls in popular lines.

Made from durable, flexible and removable polyester materials, the films are quick and easy to install to a variety of glass substrates and can be applied on-site with little or no business downtime. They are easy to clean and reduce glare while blocking out 99% of UV light.

Architextural’s Marketing Manager, Lindsay Appleton commented on this new addition: “From screening conference rooms, lobbies, waiting rooms and glass partitions, bringing privacy and contemporary styling to your space, the 3M™ Fasara™ Glass Finishes range has an unlimited range of applications.

“Now available in over 100 innovative designs, we’re delighted to offer our customers access to the full range of decorative window films to optimise interiors or work environments in style.”

Part of William Smith Group 1832, Architextural, supplies all architectural and building related films, from decor both inside and out, to solar and security window films.

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