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Wanderlust Finishes Introduced For ALUCOBOND® Plus ACM


Davidson, NC - Wanderlust, a selection of 29 new ALUCOBOND® PLUS aluminum composite material (ACM) finishes, has been introduced by 3A Composites USA. The new finishes increase the company’s offering of stocked ALUCOBOND PLUS finishes to a total of 86.

Wanderlust finishes range from vibrant hues to mineral-inspired glistening metallic shades.

“ALUCOBOND PLUS Wanderlust is a culmination of finishes selected to inspire architectural design through travel expeditions around the world, embracing the natural beauty, history and many cultures of these regions,” said Debbie Sulewski, director, marketing and product development, 3A Composites USA. “We wanted to commemorate great architecture from the past and to stimulate architectural vision for the future with an emphasis on biophilic design.”

ALUCOBOND PLUS Wanderlust finishes were selected as a result of extensive field studies and thorough review of global color and market trends, according to Sulewski, who is a member of the Color Marketing Group, an international group of color design professionals.

“Our objective was to provide a plethora of color options to the architectural community that not only  reflect current trends but also finishes that will stand the test of time,” said Sulewski. “All of the Wanderlust colors are available in stock bringing our total offering to 86 ALUCOBOND PLUS finishes. Our goal is to meet the demands of customers by not only supporting design and aesthetics but by also supporting our fabrication partners with an extensive offering of stocked materials readily available to meet project deadlines.”

Wanderlust finishes have been added throughout the ALUCOBOND PLUS line, including within The Classic Collection; The Spectra Collection; and the Terra Series and Elements Series from The Natural Collection.

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