Specialists in Metal Finishes
Part of the Rimex Metals Group
Commercial, retail, leisure, terminals, academia and residential buildings.
Retail, restaurants, bars, internal structures and fittings, and sculptures.
Street furniture, doors, plant containers and sculptures.
Commercial and retail.
Commercial and retail. Includes escalators and people movers.
Vehicle components and food manufacturing.
Cold rooms, deli counters, white goods, kitchens and catering vehicles.
Airport, train, tube, bus and ferry terminals. Automotive fit-outs.
Patterns created for aesthetics and durability.
Product imagery and maps for 3D programs.
Guidelines and recommended good practice.
Literature available as PDFs for download.
A RIBA and AIA approved CPD lecture on our products.
Street furniture, plant containers and sculptures.
Coloured stainless steel, great for all interior and exterior works.
Coloured titanium coated stainless steel, great for all interior works.
A bead-blasted finish.
A multi-directional polished finish.
As near as a perfect polish on stainless steel.
Hairline and Satin.
Soft, matt sheen coating.
Heol-Y-Sarn, Llantrisant, South Wales, CF72 8YT, UK
ColourTex® Rosy Gold Pagoda
ColourTex® Bronze Pearl
ColourTex® Rosy Gold Pearl
ColourTex® Gold Pagoda
Churchyard Row, Elephant & Castle, London, SE1 6SQ (UK)
ColourTex® Gold 6-OM
ColourTex® Gold Granex™ 6-OM
ColourTex® Gold Satin 6-OM
1 English St, Essendon Fields, Melbourne, VIC 3041, (AUS)
Westlakes Science & Technology Park, Moor Row, West Cumbria, CA24 3HA (UK)
ColourTex® Black Mirror
234 St Kilda Rd, Southbank, Melbourne, VIC 3006 (AUS)
ColourTex® Bronze Impressions IR10
SuperMirror Impressions IR10
1012 WX, Amsterdam (NL)
Bishop Hall Lane, Chelmsford, CM1 1SQ (UK)
Feilden Street, Blackburn, Lancashire, BB2 1LH (UK)
ColourTex® Blue Pearl
ColourTex® Blue Pagoda
Cherry Hall Rd, Kettering, NN14 1UE (UK)
ColourTex® Blue Pippin
5 Barrack Road, Newcastle upon Tyne, NE1 4SE (UK)
ColourTex® Bronze Pagoda
Borchersweg, Bremen (DE)
ColourTex® Champagne Satin
Michael Marks Building, University of Leeds, Leeds, LS2 9JT (UK)
ColourTex® Bronze Mirror
11400 Euclid Ave, Cleveland, Ohio, 44106 (USA)
The façade is a clear reflection of the contemporary artistic innovation that the foundation aims to support and is another iconic Gehry design.
With the focus of the building clearly on the façade, the Rimex Linen pattern and the way it interacts with light in this heavily faceted design was selected from the broad choices on offer as giving both the look and feel required.
In-house project management in batch and finish control ensured the seamless top end look that a project of this profile demanded. The building has been clad in 14,500m2 of Rimex’s OneTex BA Linen in 316L (1.4404) grade stainless steel.
The Royal Mint Experience is a single-storey building designed by Rio Architects of Cardiff who selected Rimex’s coloured stainless-steel finishes known as ColourTex for the external cladding system. The striking result has been designed in a hexagonal configuration and in multiple shades of coloured stainless steel finishes to create a colour changing effect that varies with light conditions and evokes the iconic design of the 50 pence piece.
The products used are ColourTex Rosy Gold Pearl, Rosy Gold Pagoda, Gold Pagoda and Bronze Pearl.
This residential tower block was clad in sections with ColourTex Gold 6WL with a variety of polishes to create different levels of light reflection.
The adjoining low-level building was clad using one material only for consistency on the building.
The products used were ColourTex Gold 6WL, ColourTex Gold Granex 6WL and ColourTex Gold Satin 6WL.
The hotel's outer walls have been clad with ColourTex Gold Pagoda.
The Dalton Cumbrian Facility is the state-of-the-art research base of The University of Manchester’s Dalton Nuclear Institute, part of the National Nuclear User Facility.
The building has been clad with ColourTex Black Mirror and makes a fine spectacle in its own space surrounded by nature.
Completed in 2002, this building facade has been clad using a combination of mostly ColourTex Bronze Impressions IR1 and SuperMirror Impressions IR1 stainless-steel products.
The underside of the building ceiling and walls has been clad in ColourTex Black Mirror.
The main entrance facade was clad with 5WL stainless steel. This pattern helps to diffuse reflections whilst remaining bright.
Originally the building was named 'Michael A Ashcroft' which later became 'Lord Ashcroft'.
Completed in 2014, the building's top part has been clad with ColourTex Blue Pearl to provide more presence.
Completed in 2012, large areas of the college have been clad in ColourTex Blue Pagoda.
A section of the facade has been clad with ColourTex Blue Pippin to make it into a feature.
Building clad with ColourTex Bronze Pagoda and ColourTex Bronze Pearl.
Building facade clad with ColourTex Champagne Satin.
Building facade clad in ColourTex Bronze Mirror.
This six-sided geometric structure is a museum designed to have real presence and has become an iconic centrepiece for Cleveland.
Its facade has been clad mostly in ColourTex Black Mirror leaving just one side clad in glass mirror. The building transitions in appearance throughout the day as it reflects the changes in its environment.