SURPAC decorative panels from Surface Squared were specified for various applications at the Collins Square Tower project, designed by Woods Bagot and Expoconti, and built by Multiplex Construction.

A self-supporting decorative panel that can be used both horizontally and vertically in a broad range of applications, SURPAC is characterised by its distinctive black core made up of layers of cellulose fibres infused with phenolic resins. This creates a self-supporting decorative panel that offers excellent mechanical and physical properties. 

Extremely durable with high resistance to wear, impact and moisture, SURPAC is a versatile panel product that’s ideal for any application where strength and durability are required. SURPAC also offers ease in machining, fixing and fabrication.

Thanks to its properties, SURPAC maintains its aesthetic and performance characteristics throughout its lifecycle in the most demanding interior and joinery environments. SURPAC’s mechanical and physical properties are not available in traditional substrates.

Image: Collins Square Tower - In the photos you can spot our 478-root SURPAC and 478-root, 406-sei High Pressure Laminate featured on the lockers and walls.