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    Decorative surfaces and substrates for learning environments

    Surface Squared

    Surface Squared presents a wide range of materials recommended for use in educational facilities to create highly flexible learning environments.

    Architects and designers are offered a broad selection of materials designed to support and maximise learning spaces. Available in a vast range of surface finishes, textured colours and digital prints, the materials can radically challenge traditional design principles with self-supporting decorative substrates.

    Magnetico and Writable Surfaces

    Manufactured by ABET Laminati, Magnetico and Writable Surfaces are suitable for all education applications, from early childcare centres through to universities.

    Magnetico is a highly adaptable material that can be used as an easy-to-clean white board, a magnetic surface or even a projection screen, making it ideal for multifunctional spaces.

    Writable Surfaces are an extension of the Magnetico range featuring the entire collection of high gloss HR-LAQ laminates. An excellent white board material, Writable Surfaces feature a high gloss finish, with the surface easily dry erased for multiple marker use.

    High Pressure Laminates

    Surface Squared’s High Pressure Laminate collection offers hundreds of combinations based on solid colours, textures, patterns and woodgrains from leading European supplier ABET Laminati. The High Pressure Laminate can also be supplied pressed on White Birch Ply or MR MDF with matching ABS edge tape.

    Surpac CL

    A self-supporting decorative substrate, Surpac CL is ideal for applications that demand stability, durability, ease of fabrication, low maintenance, high wear resistance and fire retardant properties with superior performance in wet areas and high traffic zones.

    Surpac CL can be used as joinery, wall panelling, lockers and partitioning.

    Designer Laminates specialises in a broad range of high pressure laminates for kitchen benchtops, doors and panelling applications.

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