Euromir® reflects design excellence
Allplastics provided the coloured Anthracite Acrylic Euromir sheets used by Designcraft for the Blue Mountains City Council. All the elements on the floor, the plinths and tall structures are cladded with Euromir® which reflects the video projections. In addition, the floor is covered by Acrylic mirror. Into the Blue invites the viewer into the natural and cultural landscape at the greater Blue Mountains World Heritage Area through immersive film and soundscapes.
Designed by Freeman Ryan Design, which has a well established reputation for creating exhibitions and cultural experiences both in Australia and overseas, Into the Blue project was given a High Commendation in the 2013 Australian Interior Design Awards Installation Design category.
Euromir® is a high quality European grade acrylic mirror. It is a unique design and display element for several applications. Available in a range of colours, with a tough durable back coating. Acrylic mirror is more economic, easier and safer to handle than glass for simpler and fast installation.
The lightweight and reflective properties provide designers and architects with a wide scope for interior applications. Euromir® is an ideal material for applications and venues where glass mirror is not safe to use due to breakages or difficulty of handling.
Key Euromir® features:
- Excellent shatter resistance
- Highly tough back coating
- Can be cut on site
- Safer than glass
- Child care centres
- Dance studio walls
- Food service
- Panels in venues e.g. night clubs, casinos, and childcare centres
- Point Of Sale and cosmetic displays
- Slat and decorative walls
- Store design and fits outs
- Ceilings and cladding of furniture
- Suitable only for internal applications
- Visual merchandising
- Theme parks
Find more images of the project on Allplastics' site here.
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