LAMINAM INNOVATION IN THE SPOTLIGHT AT ARCHITECT@WORK PARIS
Hygienic and resistant, Laminam slabs are versatile materials for use in architecture and furnishing projects, both indoors and outdoors. They can be used for building facades and internal walls, flooring, furniture elements, kitchen worktops, tabletops and bathroom surfaces.
The company is showcasing two examples of technological innovation at Architect@Work:
- The CERTIFIED MECHANICAL FIXING WITH CLIP SYSTEM – LAMINAM5+ (Atex type A number 2515 issued by CSTB), the first designed specifically for the French market. The system is designed to clad ventilated façades on buildings with 5.6 mm-thick 1000x3000mm size ceramic slabs reinforced with fibreglass on the back.
- The SELF-CLEANING AND AIR-PURIFYING treatment designed to produce chemical and biological reactions with a positive impact in terms of fighting bacteria and pollutants and boosting the ability of Laminam surfaces to self-clean and make a decisive contribution to improving the quality of the environment.