Surfaces are available in numerous tile-sizes up to 60 x 30 cm, on either aluminium or brass substrates. Finished with a clear nano-coating for durability. Please get in touch for an overview of prints, patterns and applications.

Together with Solomon&Wu (UK), a manufacturer of high end architectural panels, The Colour of Hair created an installation to demonstrate the variety of patterns, materials and substrates possible with this technique. 

 
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 Courtesy of Design Biennale Zurich, CH

Courtesy of Design Biennale Zurich, CH

A series of tabletops commissioned by Steelcase (USA), one of the the worlds largest producers of office furniture, to investigate opportunities of integrating new surfaces in the working environment. The graphical patterns have been altered in a way that makes them more suitable for repetitive, larger series, printing.

 
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 Courtesy of Steelcase, USA.

Courtesy of Steelcase, USA.

As part of the annual Future Heritage show at Decorex (UK) curated by Corinne Julius, The Colour of Hair was asked to create a large installation.

 
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 Courtesy of Future Heritage, UK.

Courtesy of Future Heritage, UK.