Dear Architect, Designer or Builder:
Finding a distinctive, sophisticated and affordable way to finish walls can often be a challenge.
I have been in the business of wall treatments since 1976 and have trained extensively in Europe and North America. My company was selected by Europe's largest coating manufacturer (AKZO) to introduce their specialty plasters to the North American market. With all this background and product knowledge to bring to the table, I was still hearing the same concerns raised by designers, architects, builders and owners. I wanted a solution, a way that greater areas and even entire interiors could be specified for finishing and a way to satisfy architectural and design criteria. So I made a list of hurdles to overcome and searched out ways to deliver more benefits and results. The outcome is Europlaster, a wall treatment of breakthrough importance...
classic, tough as nails, delicate as suede,
cost-effective and architecturally sound. John Kingsmill
Designed To Capture The Charm and Craftsmanship of Europe
Europlaster is a beautifully hard, smooth and interesting surface. It has a understated and natural sense of movement and is complex in detail up close. It has a delicate suede-like and matte surface. Europlaster, inspired by Italian marmorino and cement plaster, shows its classic character best, in situ, on full walls. It comes in a range of natural and blended colors.
Europlaster is designed to be an architectural classic rooted in the traditions of Europe. Whereas, "the surface quality of modem lime-plaster is neither seductive nor very interesting, historically a perfectly flat and dead surface was neither attained nor usually desired." -A.C. Taylor, historian
Europlaster imparts a refined sense of substance and weight to walls. It captures the elegance of Europe.
Europlaster is a thin, tough veneer - a proprietary mix that blends a fine range of aggregates with color, providing interesting surfaces of refinement with high strength and durability. Surfaces are made to feel solid, even sculpted. and of natural materials, thereby lending architectural integrity to a room or to an entire building.