With its DesignScape™ Collection, Rimex Metals Group is able to provide a vast array of high-quality, dynamic specialised finishes on stainless steel and other metals. Having been established for over 60 years, we have gained a long-standing reputation in the metal finishing industry. Recognised as a leading supplier in the architectural sector; we have worked with many world-renowned architects such as Foster & Partners, Frank Gehry Associates, Skidmore Owings & Merrill, and Daniel Libeskind to name but a few.
Working with world-renowned architects
Rimex’s stainless-steel product variations are endless. From our standard surface finishes such as Vortex™, Granex™, hairline and satin, through to the patterned range. This variety can be enhanced with the use of our ColourTex® stainless steel known as a ‘living’ colour and for any internal works the T22™ range of stainless steel which offers an alternative colour tone.
with multiple combinations
Our ColourTex® stainless-steel products create dynamic façades and iconic buildings that will change in appearance as the surrounding environment alters in differing light and conditions.
Metal finishing that ensures iconic status
We also have a SuperMirror product, which is as near as a perfect polish that can be produced on stainless steel that has been used to great effect in architecture and design.
- the sky's the limit!
Varying light conditions gives patterned stainless-steel products a personality of their own; from a gentle presence on a cloudy day through to a wonderful eye-catching spectacle on a fine sunny one. Our specialised patterns and surface finishes provide some control as to how much light reflects from a building as part of its design.
Architectural Product Benefits
- Stainless steel has a long lifespan.
- Aesthetically pleasing state-of-the-art finishes.
- Creates a real presence.
- Gloss / reflectivity control.
- Endless combinations possible.
- Excellent sheet flatness tolerance.
- Excellent fire performance and safety.
- Bespoke production possible.
- Stainless steel is an inherently green product.