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TAKE YOUR CREATIVITY AND PUT IT IN A GLASS.

Arquifil: transparency colour and light reflection

Arquifil is the next technological evolution of metallic fabrics. The synthetic weave combined with the metallic surface coating ensure a bright and shining metal look and the highest technical performances for glass lamination.

It’s an innovative product capable of transforming glass into a refined decorative element of high technical performance. It fuses unique decorative elements with specific features (light filtering) and high performances, enabling the creation of new and sophisticated architectural aesthetic solutions.

THE METALLIC FABRIC

Our high-tech weaving process allows endless customizations, decorations, colors, and shapes. The innovative metallization coating process allows the dynamic effects of light to stand out.

GLASS LAMINATION

In glass lamination, Arquifil guarantees exceptional performances with light/heat regulation. Glazed surfaces created with Arquifil are unique and suitable for every type of project, studio, and contemporary design.

Our Collections

ARCHITECTURAL

AESTHETICS AND PERFORMANCE
IN ARCHITECTURE AND DESIGN

DECORATIVE

EXPRESSION OF CREATIVITY IN
INTERIOR AND EXTERIOR DESIGN

NEW
COLLECTION

MAKE YOUR PROJECTS UNIQUE

CUSTOMIZE YOUR PROJECTS WITH THE UNPARALLELLED BRIGHTNESS OF ARQUIFIL METALLIZED FABRICS.

CHOOSE YOUR

METALLIC EFFECT

CHOOSE YOUR

LIGHT TRANSMISSION

CHOOSE YOUR

TEXTURE AND WEAVE

CHOOSE YOUR

PATTErN

METALLIZED FABRICS
FOR DECORATIVE USE
IN ARCHITECTURE, DESIGN
AND URBAN PLANNING

Arquifil is perfect for any kind of glass laminated application such as doors and furniture components, stairs, railings, lifts, façades for architecture and interior design. Arquifil products can also be used to create panels and designs for large installations and stage sets.

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