Fairview has released two new colour charts featuring their full range of Solid and Metallic colour finishes for external facade panels.
Over a period of almost 30 years in the facade cladding industry, Fairview has developed many solutions to help architects and their designs stand out from the crowd. Following customer demand, Fairview has introduced two new colour charts featuring their full range of Solid and Metallic colour finishes for external facade panels.
Designed to provide an easy way for customers to find the colour they want or to simply explore the possibilities for inspiration, the colour charts clearly mark all colours as ‘MOQs’ (Minimum Order Quantities) and ‘No MOQs’ to inform specifiers prior to choosing a colour for a particular project.
All the colours in the colour charts apply to Fairview’s popular external cladding panels including Vitrabond, Vitracore G2 (DtS Deemed non-combustible) and Vitradual, and can also be used as a guide for Trimo and Ceramapanel. The colour charts not only include colour swatches but also examples of projects where specific colours have been used such as the iconic Swanston Square in Melbourne, which features a staggering 18 solid colour finishes.
Fairview reports that Metallic colours currently enjoy high popularity for external facade finishes as they can be either bright and cheerful or sombre and traditional. The Fairview Metallic Colour Chart has an extensive range of colours including Gold Metallic, which is on track to become the company’s 2016 Colour of the Year.
According to Fairview CEO Andrew Gillies, they listen to their customers and give them what they need to make their projects successful. He adds that Fairview’s series of colour charts showcases their full range of colours in an attractive and easy-to-use format.
The new colour charts (Solid Colours and Metallic Colours) can be downloaded from the Fairview website; a hard copy is also available on request.
Additionally, Fairview has launched their BIM catalogue, designed to help architects easily incorporate the company’s popular cladding products directly into their BIM project design.
Image: Swanston Square in Melbourne featuring a staggering 18 solid colour finishes