CSR Gyprock has released an addition to its architectural cornice range. Called Concerto, it is said to be the most distinctive profile in the range.
Concerto combines smooth curves and sharp lines. The subtle ‘step’ in its design creates a dramatic shadow at the wall-ceiling junction, forming a more pronounced and sophisticated feature for new homes and renovations.
“We wanted to add a profile to the range that would suit any type of home and the sharp lines and smooth curves of Concerto suit both contemporary and classic architecture,” says Ian Grambower, CSR Gyprock product manager. “Our current cornice range now offers one classical design, one modern design and with the introduction of Symphony in 2002 and Concerto this year we have two profiles that can suit both styles. We are working on more profiles to expand the range even further.”
The entire Gyprock architectural cornice range offers easy, cost-effective installation being easy to cut, join and paint with no special tools or fixing equipment required. Concerto has the additional benefit of being able to be fitted with the step facing up or down.
Source: Building Products News.