THE COLORED ONES
zintek® zinc cladding: now also in colors
Always attentive to the latest trends, Zintek is proud to present a new proposal in the world of architecture and design: six colors that emphasize the nature of zinc-titanium cladding with zintek®, while maintaining its properties intact.
Mediterranean Blue, Lagoon Green, Antique Red, Natural Earth Brown, Rock Grey and Graphite Black: color meets material and textures and becomes an actual architectural element.
Choosing zintek® means choosing the visible and tangible pleasure of a material which is alive and long lasting, capable of maintaining its value intact over the course of the years.
ARCHITECTURE OF MATTER: THE VALUE THAT MAKES THE DIFFERENCE
Zintek is launching on the market a line of colored zinc cladding laminates obtained with a pigment coloring process that offers a wide range of possibilities for applications.
The colors have been developed to highlight the aesthetic quality and texture of zintek® laminate, while maintaining its technical and functional characteristics intact.
The zintek® laminates are ideal for architecture and interior design, and they give personality and originality to every project, in full harmony with the environment.
The fascinating charm of the underwater world reproduced in a soft color tinged by striking venations, worthy of the king of the seas.
A tribute to the city of Venice and the changing colors of the waters overlooked by the bridges and palaces of the glorious Serenissima.
The red that has always defined the image of “home”, from the walls that protect to the roof that covers. Same color, revolutionary performance.
Natural Earth Brown
A tribute to the color of the earth, to the ground that sustains forests and cities. A fitting reminder of humanity’s responsibilities towards the well-being of the planet.
The traditional color of zintek®, the strong and elegant grey which covers the main buildings of every city and, just like rock, stands the test of time.
Graphite is a mineral that, like very few of others... leaves a mark. Each work is born with the stroke of a pencil, which follows the project from concept to reality.