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Surfacing Materials: Forms+Surfaces Bonded Metal Trevia

Trevia, the new pattern by Forms+Surfaces, gets its name from the famous Trevi fountain in Rome, because it looks like coins tossed into a fountain. The patterns miniature circles are unevenly spaced at varying heights, reflecting light at different angles and creating a speckled surface appearance. Bonded metal can be used for airports, municipal buildings, corporate campuses, universities, malls, retail spaces, healthcare facilities, restaurants, and hotels. Trevia is available in: Bonded Aluminum, Bonded Bronze, Bonded Gold Bronze, and bonded Nickel Silver.

 

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