This video provides an insight into some of the projects that we have undertaken over the years.
Much of this work is manufactured in a class 0 fire retardant resin approved for building/construction use.
One particular material is class 0 rated, but it is also translucent, which allows a certain amount of light to pass through it (we can modify the level of translucency!).
This material has proved particularly popular with a number of architects on a wide range of projects, examples of such include the ‘Filling Station’ restaurant and the BFI (British Film Institute) in London, the ‘Jubilee Pool’ in Penzance, and ‘Maggies Centre’ in Liverpool, which incidentally won the AJ (Architects Journal) award in 2015.