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Under a collaboration between Telling Architectural and Eurobond Laminates, the Argeton terracotta rainscreen system can now be applied directly onto Rainspan insulated steel faced panels.

The proven Rainspan composite panel system can be clad using the natural finish and clean lines of the Argeton terracotta tile available in 13 captivating natural colours, with the tiles either smooth faced, wire drag, engobe, riven or glazed. Architects and specifiers are not restricted in the aesthetic achievable for their buildings when using the fast-track construction method offered by the Rainspan composite panel system. It will be ideal for enhancing projects in the retail, education and health sectors. Developed by Eurobond Laminates, Rainspan is a robust insulated panel system with a two-hour fire rating available in spans of up to 6 metres and with an ease of installation that creates a quick, weather-tight building envelope. The

composite panel systems

system helps to reduce operational carbon and achieve BREEAM excellent rated buildings, combining optimum air tightness with thermal performance and using a high level of recycled content. Whether as a main theme cladding or as a feature, the Argeton terracotta provides a natural beauty and symmetry of the façade created by contrasting the smooth faced tile with the precise joint. Colours available are natural, salmon, brick and pastel red, sand, apricot, beige, light

platinum volcano and iron grey, sahara yellow, pearl white and glacier blue. Tiles are 30mm to 35mm thick and their length can be from 300mm to 1500mm to suit the desired format either horizontally or vertically laid.

The Rainspan system has a guaranteed Revo’s design team dazzles

Office interior design and space planning is the cornerstone of Revo Group Ltd’s expertise in creating effective, professional, aesthetically striking workspaces geared to the specific needs of the individual client.

All design and space planning projects are holistic and inspired by a creative brief that centres around developing the very best solutions for the client – balancing aesthetics, contemporary trends, sustainability and practicality in the real world. The Revo design team starts the creative journey by meeting with the client and listening to ideas, key requirements, concerns and objectives. The day-to-day business of the client is analysed with the goal of uniquely understanding how the business, staff and departments work. The composition and constraints of the building are considered along with the job functions, company structure, population and working practices so that maximum efficiency is ensured and the best creative and technical solutions are achieved. At every stage, interior design and corporate image guidelines are adhered to and Revo boasts a talented, multi-faceted and pragmatic interior design team experienced in undertaking projects in leading hotels, offices, restaurants and

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performance of 25 years and the Argeton terracotta façade has an assessed structural integrity of up to 50 years. Further information on the Rainspan Argeton system is available from Telling Architectural on 01902 797700, Email:

other client-facing, prestigious locations. Revo evaluates the furniture and interior equipment and advises on

recycling/reselling unused stock with the aim of making the process cost-effective and environmentally-conscious. Before the project is finalised, Revo

helps the clients to visualise the new interior space with a full range of measured CAD visuals, samples, brochures and mood boards.

For further information on Revo, please

call 01753 829980 or visit

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