Spigogroup ceiling finishes. Which one would you choose for your project?
- 11 July, 2018
- Posted by: spigo
- Category: Acoustics, Architecture, Construction, Decoration, News, Spigogroup wood projects
The ceiling finishes in a project are important because they will be part of the visible face of an architectural space for users to enjoy. When you plan the interior design of a room and you have to make a decision about the ceilings, surely the first thing you ask yourself is: what is the use? What can we use them for?
One of the answers is that ceilings, and particularly wood ceilings, can help you beautify a room, transmitting sensations of comfort and well being, of design and modernity, of luminosity and cleanliness.
- Finishes in melamine with designs in white, beech, maple, wenge, stainless steel, pear, oak and cherry, as part of standard finishes. You can also order other designs for melamine finishes from various manufacturers (Finsa, Sonae Arauco and Sudesa among others)
- Finishes in typical natural varnished woods, including beech, oak, maple, cherry, pine, birch, zebrawood, ash, iroko and sapelly.
- Finishes in prefabricated varnished wood
- Finishes in varnished through-dyed MDF
- Lacquered finishes in any colour in the RAL, PANTONE or NSC charts.
- Veneered HPL (including Formica and Fundermax).
- Finishes in natural obeche wood
- Finishes in obeche wood + wood colour staining
- Finishes in obeche wood + RAL or NSC colour staining
Slat finishes in the Spigoline acoustic system are the same as in the entire Spigoline range except for the upper support made with black painted, perforated poplar plywood system (standard finish) or another finish of the client’s choice.
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