ALUCOBOND® terra | Slate 381

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Slate has always been a traditional material for countryside façades; now it is adding a dash of elegance on urban ones. The finer and more uniform the texture, the more elegant and more exquisite the material. Slate décor means this fine textured slate look can be achieved in large panel formats or formed to create façade panels for monolithic architecture.


Stone and crystal stand for endurance, authenticity and intrinsic value. They reflect light in a magical, vibrant way and their texture is unexpectedly varied: ranging from rough to smooth. ALUCOBOND® terra is inspired by iridescent stone. The décor’s surface refracts the daylight creating a matt sheen and lustrous hues, sometimes elegant and sometimes earthy. ALUCOBOND® terra unites the typical crystalline surface and velvety feel found in natural stone with many of the advantages of ALUCOBOND® composite panels. Unlike most natural stone, ALUCOBOND® composite panels are both very thin and light, but offer at the same time a high level of flexural and tensile strength. Large format panels can be easily and accurately fabricated, processed, transported, installed, and, in addition, threedimensionally shaped by using folding and roll bending techniques. Unlike many stone surfaces, ALUCOBOND® terra is also weatherresistant and colour fast.
Manufacturer 3A Composites
Family ALUCOBOND® terra
Architonic ID 1321682
Order number 381

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