Trespa Meteon launches the New Focus Range and Lumen Colours - Misc. NZ
Trespa Meteon launches the New Focus Range and Lumen Colours

Trespa Meteon launches the New Focus Range and Lumen Colours

Words by Décortech

Trespa Meteon is always pushing boundaries of creativity and producing new colours and exciting ranges, the brand-new Focus range includes two sets of unique and extraordinary designs Santiago and Brooklyn.

The inspiration for Santiago is an abstract of a city scape, the light reflection and contours of different buildings stacked against each other. Santiago is available in three attractive colours, Santiago Gris, Santiago Blanco & Santiago Noche offered in Diffuse finish.

The second set of Focus designs is Brooklyn, finding its inspiration from the ephemeral nature of Traces. Traces in the surface of the product leaving space for everyone to fill in part of the story themselves. Brooklyn is available in six thought-provoking colours.

The Focus range brings out your creativity, design buildings that come to life with the dynamic Santiago and Brooklyn Trespa Meteon panels. Trespa Meteon Focus Range brings depth and dimension to buildings. 

Trespa Meteon launched the Lumen Range in 2016 and has now extended the range with brand new colours, the Lumen Range now has thirteen different colours with three different finishes available; Specular, Diffuse and Oblique. The three finishes available bring the chosen colour to life with reflecting, refracting and muting natural light. Trespa Meteon Lumen panels change the way designs are perceived and how buildings interact with their surroundings, create facades that truly stand out and are unique.

Trespa Meteon Diffuse is an ultra-matte finish, matte finishes are trending and Diffuse is the perfect finish for any project wanting to create a bold matte statement.

Trespa Meteon Focus and Lumen panels can be combined with any of Trespa Meteon's seven tested, compliant, weathered façade systems specially developed and tested for Trespa Meteon and New Zealand conditions


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