Decorflou Design by Omnidecor(R)

Date: 5 November 2008
Source: Omnidecor
Omnidecor(R) an unrivalled leader in glass production, with an internationally acknowledged know-how in acid-etched processing and an ever-evolving offer in technological and design-oriented solutions anticipates the most innovative interior design trends with its DecorFlou(R) Design new collection.Besides Tree, Weed and Celsius decor of the British designer Marc Krusin, and the three patterns Pisis, Quadrio and Rain, the collection has been enriched with the new decor of Defne Koz, designer at international level.

Designs in which harmonious lines extend over the glass surface without interruption to create ever-changing


Elegant, eclectic, practical and strong, DecorFlou(R) is the perfect

solution for a wide variety of applications in architecture and

interior design: the glass surface is treated to let plenty of light

through and produce unusual light effects while making the glass soft

to the touch.

Technical specifications:

product name  DecorFlou(R)Design

colour  float: extraclear, grey, bronze

              mirror: clear, grey, bronze

basic material   float glass UNI EN 572-2 compliant

                              mirror glass UNI EN 1036 compliant

available thickness float: 4/5/6/8/10/12 mm

                                     mirror: 4/5/6 mm

sheet size 200 x 321 cm

weight 2,5 Kg/m2 per mm thickness

processing float: all mechanical processing,

tempering and lamination allowed with PVB only on gloss

side not satin finished mirror: mechanical processing;

tempering and lamination with PVB not allowed




Decor: "BLEAR"


600450 Decorflou Design by Omnidecor(R)

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