Resistant to corrosion with a long lifespan and a natural patina that develops over time, Copper is associated with prestigious historic buildings. Read more..


Often associated with prestigious historic buildings, copper has regained a reputation in modern architecture
due to its resistance to corrosion, its longevity and its natural patina that can develop over time. - Traditional material - Visually attractive and unmistakable.

Cassettes Options



  • Traditional material
  • Visually attractive and unmistakable
  • 7 different coppers and copper alloys available
  • Durable
  • 100% recyclable
  • Self-weathering and nonweathering surface options available

Project details

In main photograph: Stena Drilling Ltd, Aberdeen. Material: Copper. Finish: Recess-fixed Cassette. Read More

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