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Graffiti – minimal, textured, contemporary

All-glass door made using Madras® Graffiti extra-clear glass, with a thickness of 10mm

Graffiti is the new glass product from Madras®, manufactured by an exclusive chemical process that guarantees perfect uniformity of finish, higher resistance to fingerprints and easy cleaning.

The decorative patterns most used in architecture and design have character but do not make an excessive impact on the ambience. It’s a well calibrated relationship that’s nicely exemplified by Graffiti, the new glass product from Madras®. Its surface is pleasingly textured, with a play of shiny/matte contrasts reminiscent of a dévoré fabric weave but also the graphic look of electronic circuits.
The contemporary texture of Madras® Graffiti, which can be produced not only on monolithic float but also silvered glass, and its sober elegance make it perfect for doors, walls and furniture coverings.
Like all Madras® products, Madras® Graffiti is manufactured by an exclusive chemical process that guarantees perfect uniformity of finish, higher resistance to fingerprints and easy cleaning, qualities much appreciated where there is frequent direct contact with the public.
Technical characteristics:
* Base glass: Monolithic float to UNI EN 572-1,2; silvered float to UNI EN 1036.
* Plate dimensions: 2250 x 3210 mm.
* Colours: extra-clear, clear, silvered.
Vitrealspecchi is an Italian company specializing in satin glass and other chemically etched flat glass products, which it has marketed under the Madras® brand since 1968. Its unique experience in the sector enables it to transform float glass – whether monolithic, laminated, silvered or lacquered – into prestige materials for Architecture and Design.

 

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