Mankind has been fascinated by glistening objects since the dawn of time. Bright stars shining in the heavens or spellbinding crystals – their magic is hard to resist.
There are numerous words in the English language to define different types of lustre or gloss: gleaming, glittering, sparkling, glistening, glowing, iridiscent – to name but a few. Every different type has its own particular impact and magic, ranging from subtle shimmering to bold glitter effects and burnished mirror reflections. The use of modern lighting in conjunction with lustrous surfaces enhances the effect during the twilight hours, and
shafts of light can impart an extra special appeal in darkness.
In this issue, we would like to show you how using glossy or refractive surfaces from the ALUCOBOND® range can emphasise the character of a building. Architecture in particular can exploit varying gloss intensities to achieve unique effects on a façade. ALUCOBOND® and its broad product portfolio mean buildings can now shine, gleam, glitter, sparkle, glisten, glow…
Read the new issue of ALUCOBOND’s digital magazine Forms&Elements.