Innovative and Sustainable Metals Recognized

Two of our collections were recognized for their innovative and sustainable qualities, last month. Our 2018 collection, Super Metal Future features our Crystal Basecoat surfacing technology, while Specular, released in 2020, features new texture technology and diffusive surfaces. Mount Si High School is also now featured as an architecturally significant project on ArchDaily. Read more below!


Seal of Excellence – Material ConneXion Library (NYC)

The beautiful and dynamic surfaces are VOC free, Red List free, and 100% recyclable, earning them the coveted Seal of Excellence from the Material ConneXion Library, based on a jury selection for new materials. Check them out in the “metals” category!

Reader’s Choice Awards, Finalist – interiors+sources

The i+s editorial team narrowed the choices to their top two from each category and Specular was named a finalist in the “materials” products category. Then it’s up to our passionate readers to select their favorite. Specular was shortlisted as a 2020 finalist!

Super Metal Future

Innovative Product Awards, Winner – Architectural Products

About the Awards: Building on the success of past program, the tenth edition of the awards proves commercial building manufacturers are committed to, and are working arduously toward, delivering more sustainable products, as well as products that deliver better performance, life and affordability, that keep pace with ever-shifting market requirements.

About the Product: Super Metal Future reduces metal into simple terms and pure forms with strong attention to texture, reflection, and luminosity, all paired with simple or natural colors. The collection is dominated by raw aluminum with pearlescent ink and texture, all sealed with a new technology FEVE Lumiflon ® exterior clear coat, creating a pure manifestation the future of metal.

Mount Si High School

New Projects: Elevated Campus – ArchDaily

“Mount Si’s campus is elevated in every sense of the word: educationally, experientially, and literally.” Read more on Mount Si High School’s feature in ArchDaily!