Discover Lacobel and Matelac 2020

Discover Lacobel and Matelac 2020
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The revamped AGC range Lacobel and Matelac 2020, now offers 20 on-trend colours in each version.

With colours carefully selected to lead the way until at least 2020, they will enhance your furniture and interiors by making it possible to mix matt and glossy effects.


Three lines to inspire!

Lacobel and Matelac are now divided in three lines to ease your choice:

  • The Classics include timeless colours, such as White Soft and Black Classic.
  • The Trendies offer natural colours that are currently “en vogue”, including the new Green Soft, Green Sage and Red Terracotta.
  • The Exclusives is made up of silvered, metallised or subtly sparkling shades that are available only from AGC. The very latest in this line are Lacobel Copper Metal and Lacobel Brown Starlight, which perfectly complement Matelac Brown Walnut.


Test the new colours in a click!

Play with the new colours thanks to our new online Deco Glass Visualiser : You can virtually change the colour of the glass walls and furniture in two predefined scenes to see how the glossy and matt finish react with natural and artificial lighting.


THE colour that matches your project

Would you like to stand out from the crowd? The MyColour* by Lacobel and Matelac exclusive service enables you to create exactly the colour you want starting from 200 m². Don’t hesitate to contact your AGC representative or IDC Manager who will be happy to help you to proceed with your request.

Click on the brand to discover Lacobel and Matelac 2020.

* This option is not available for transparent and metallic colours.

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Date: 6 September 2016

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