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Morintegrated - Design Like a Kid Again

July 24, 2018

At Morin, we recognize that when you choose to design with Single Skin Metal, it's to get a particular look.  Our job is to convert those CAD concepts into metal reality.

We understand that choosing a Color and Profile for a building is a part of the signature look. Over the years, we have seen the evolution and increase of using multiple profiles and combining colors for a specific effect.

We saw more demand for combining profiles, we wanted to expand our offering to match that demand. We wanted to give Architects a large simple palette of profiles to use with an infinite color selection.

To that end, we share three concepts.

Matrix, Integrity and Pulse Series - concealed fastener rain screen, wall panel system
Matrix, Integrity and Pulse Series - concealed fastener rain screen, wall panel system

Morinnovative & Morintegrated

We took our strongest and most popular joinery system and made it slightly better. We then took many of our most popular profiles from other series and added them to Matrix and Integrity compatible series. Adding to that, we are launching the new Pulse Series, with angular looks in the fall of 2018.

Morinspiring - The net result: Inspiration!

Morin now offers over 25 profiles with the same proven joinery that can be mixed and matched for different signature looks. Both Vertical and Horizontal design options are available. When you integrate other design options like Miter or Radius corners, or perforations, it's hard to not get excited at all the options.

We look forward to seeing all the creative design ideas and love the challenge of intense architectural design that integrates heavier gauge metals. With decades of expertise in a variety of challenges, you can trust us with your most difficult ideas. Get inspired with our Indexed Gallery of Work.

See all the Wall and Roof Systems at www.Morincorp.com or simply remember #morincorp

Company: Morin - A Kingspan Group Company

Product: Matrix Series®

Source: http://morintranet.blogspot.com/2018/07/design-like-kid-again.html



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