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How to Incorporate Color into Metal Material Design | Pure + FreeForm

  • Use

    Metal cladding
  • Applications

    Interior, exterior, facades, soffits, canopies, roofs, screen walls, column cover, interior walls, ceilings, hollow-metal doors, millwork, signage
  • Characteristics

    Lightweight, weather-resistant, rigid, single skin, non-combustible, 100% recyclable, low maintenance, VOC free, Red List free, made from at least 20% recycled content
  • Format

    Sheet, Panel
  • Colors

    Customizable finishes
  • Sizes

    Width: 48" | Height: up to 177"
  • Certification

    Class A Fire Rating
  • Guarantee

    20-year Warranty

More about this product

Pure+Freeform offers customizable color finishes for metal panel systems. The process allows designers to create unique, site-specific finishes for no additional fees. Pattern, color, gloss, texture, and scale can all be subject to change or modification, and physical samples are used to meet project specifications.

Pure+Freeform allows for various levels of customization, and the following aspects should be considered to successfully create a design:

1. Is the desired color warm or cool? This can help determine the undertone for the pigment.

2. Should the color be monolithic or should there be subtle highlights and accents of color? With a multistep coating process, variations of color, tone, and contrast are expected.

3. Is the material meant to be more substantial or dynamic? This will affect whether the material is textured and diffuses or reflective and specular.

4. Will the material be used on interior or exterior areas? Lighting conditions and angles vary between indoor and outdoor spaces, which can change the way the surface is perceived.

Product Benefits

  • Lightweight
  • Weather-resistant
  • Rigid, flat
  • Single skin
  • Low maintenance

Pure+Freeform's design process is efficient and provides technical help throughout all steps. Some examples of Pure+Freeform's customized color finishes include:

Interior Cladding Application | Pure+Freeform

Intermountain St. George Hospital

Exterior Cladding Application | Pure+Freeform

Vikings TCO Performance Center

Exterior Cladding Application | Pure+Freeform

Amaffi Storefront

Exterior Cladding Application | Pure+Freeform

655 NY Ave Exterior Cladding

Exterior Cladding Application | Pure+Freeform

Macy's Brooklyn Exterior Cladding

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