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    New Laminex Freestyle Curve acrylic surfaces

    Laminex

    The Laminex Freestyle Curve from Laminex is a flexible new range of designer surfaces that can be moulded or shaped to create stylish interiors.  

    Made of 100% solid acrylic, the Laminex Freestyle Curve is the right fit for modern interior trends where straight lines are being replaced with curves and right angles with bends.  

    Laminex Freestyle Curve acrylic surfaces open up new surface design possibilities, giving architects, designers and specifiers the ability to embrace the fluidity of curved lines while providing high flexibility in decorative surface design with their superior thermoforming capabilities and strength.  

    Laminex Freestyle Curve acrylic surfaces can be moulded, curved, shaped or contoured with seamless joins to create striking surface solutions for workstations, counter tops, reception areas, furniture or decorative pieces. The contemporary, minimalist look also eliminates dirt-trapping joins or crevices in the surface.  

    According to Laminex Marketing Manager – Premium Surfaces, Marc Paulusz, Laminex Freestyle Curve gives design professionals the freedom to achieve functionality and high design aesthetics minus the premium price tag of 100% solid acrylic products available in the market.  

    He explains that the Laminex Freestyle curved surfaces offer style as well as practical advantages, going beyond the scope of traditional materials for architects, specifiers and designers to transform interiors into multifunctional, inspirational spaces.  

    Key features of Laminex Freestyle Curve acrylic surfaces:  

    • 100% solid acrylic
    • Available in six trendy decors
    • Can be integrated with the wider Laminex product range to create stylish interiors
    • Suitable for residential and commercial applications
    • High strength and durability
    • Excellent stain and bacteria resistance
    • Easy to clean and maintain
    • 10-year limited warranty
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