• Comparable in strength to steel, but 3 times lighter
  • Thin oxide film protects against corrosion
  • It does not burn, does not require special coloring and is not toxic
  • It ranks second in the world in terms of consumption among all metals
  • 75% of the aluminum released over the entire life of the industry is still in use.
  • All the latest electronic devices, vehicles are made of aluminum


  • Corten steel – CORrosion resistance and TENsile strength
  • One of the most popular materials for creating architectural and design solutions 
  • The recycling percentage is close to 100%
  • Unique appearance and technical characteristics
  • Initially, the material has a silver surface, and with time changes its color from velvety bronze shades to a noble rich brown
  • High durability of Corten steel is provided by an oxide layer (patina), which forms on the surface, stopping the corrosion process. 
  • Under normal weather conditions, a non-washable oxide film is formed within 18-36 months with the mandatory repeated cycling of wetting and drying of the surface. Moreover, each subsequent cycle of wetting of steel increases its service life. If the surface patina, in fact, is damaged or scratched, it oxidises again to build a new protection.


  • Strength and durability
  • Corrosion resistance
  • Environmental resistance
  • Available in many surface finishes
  • Eco-friendly material
  • Most stainless steel is already made from recycled materials
  • Toughness
  • Cost-effective


  • Galvanized coating protects against corrosion and the negative impact of the environment, thereby ensuring the durability and strength of the material
  • The coating is safe and environmentally friendly
  • Optionally to be painted
  • Cost-effective
  • Composite material consisting of glass fiber and polymer compounds
  • The combination of strength and lightness has made it popular in many industries from construction to the implementation of the most daring solutions of artists and decorators
  • It is resistant to moisture, precipitation, sun, wind, and chemical exposure and can withstand temperatures from - 50 to +100 degrees Celsius
  • Versatile and flawless, allowing products of any shape and size you would like to be created, from simple to complex geometric shapes
  • Does not burn or ignite
  • Initially, fiberglass was used primarily in aircraft construction, shipbuilding, and space technology


  • A wide range of colours and textures
  • Durability
  • Corrosion resistance
  • Environmental resistance
  • Environmentally friendly and energy and material efficient