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Designtex and 3M Architectural Markets announce collaboration

December 20th, 2013 / By: / Uncategorized

Designtex and 3M Architectural Markets announced that Designtex will be the distributor in the United States for 3M™ DI-NOC™ Architectural Finishes.

The DI-NOC™ series utilizes 3M technology to create a dynamic material that conforms to flat or curved surfaces, making it a versatile solution for doors, drawers, furniture, and back-lit applications. The collection includes over 500 meticulously crafted patterns, from warm wood grains to high-impact color, elegant leathers to tonal textures, modern metallic to stone, natural weaves to soft pebbles. All styles are available by the yard, in roll format.

With their beautifully crafted, authentic replication of rare and exotic woods, DI-NOC™ Architectural Finishes provide a high-quality alternative to using these increasingly scarce resources.

DI-NOC™ is also available in the E-Series, which is composed of polyolefin, an environmentally preferable alternative to vinyl, and features more than 70 designs and natural textures. The entire DI-NOC™ collection allows surfaces to be refinished on site, and thus extends the useful life of interior architectural and design elements such as walls, columns, furniture and furnishings.

About 3M Architectural Markets

3M Architectural Markets offers flexible, creative and technologically advanced surface finishing and lighting solutions for architecture and interior design. With a wide range of architectural finishes and decorative window glass finishes as well as natural and artificial lighting solutions, 3M Architectural Markets helps designers create a complete mood or atmosphere, defining the specific character of any environment.

About Designtex

Designtex is the leading company in the development, design, and manufacturing of applied materials for the built environment. Designtex is a recognized leader in the research and development of textiles, wallcoverings, and digitally imaged materials with reduced environmental impact.

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