Inspired by the pandemic and other global trends, 3M showcased the new DI-NOC™ Architectural Finishes in the Elle Décor Italia Project “Fluid Home”, curated by Elisa Ossino. Architects and designers worldwide were able to experience the unique ability of how our products can bring together design, function, and sustainability to achieve design challenges without the disruption of traditional construction.
The Camerino n.5 project was another key highlight, curated by Paolo Volpato and Caterina Steiner at the Teatro degli Arcimboldi. This exhibition allowed attendees to witness how the shape and use of theatrical dressing rooms have evolved over the past decades. With 3M's Architectural Finishes, spaces were transformed with a wood-like finish that teleports the dressing room back in time without compromising its ancient romance.
DI-NOC™ Architectural Finishes and FASARA™ Glass Finishes made their bold appearances in the La Rinascente department store in its headquarters in Corso Vittorio Emanuele II. With a spectrum of portfolios to help meet a variety of design needs, 3M aims to stimulate curiosity, creativity, and help designers deliver awe-inspiring designs through the simple and radical transformation of spaces.
Materials used throughout the Milano Design Week 2021 include 3M™ Dichroic Glass Finishes, FASARA™ Glass Finishes, and DI-NOC™ Architectural Finishes. Each finish is designed for premium durability, ease of installation, and minimal downtime. They are easy to clean and disinfect without the deterioration of surfaces, thanks to their non-porous construction materials.
This creative partnership for 3M Design is a continuation of our commitment to elevating design and collaborative creativity in innovative ways to drive great brand experiences.
Want to transform your spaces with DI-NOC™ Architectural Finishes? Contact a 3M expert to explore design possibilities and discover how to use our latest products for your designs.