The Kirribilli pattern is very lineal in design and is most commonly seen today under commercial awnings and grand ceilings of geometric design. A large pattern repeat composition, which emerged from the art deco era, the Kirribilli features six aligned & lightly concaved channels, cradled either side by pyramid inspired elevations. This pattern was created by Pressed Tin Panels® for a major an awning renovation of the Kirribilli Village Arcade in Broughton St,Kirribilli,NSW.
It is suitable for a wide range of installations and can be painted or powder coated in a myriad of colours. Suggested usage includes: ceilings, feature walls, kitchen splashbacks, bathroom tile alternatives, counter fronts and many more.
The panels are made from a specialised, mill grade aluminium that is approximately 0.55mm thick.
All of our panels are treated with a non-chromate treatment which prepares the surface for subsequent priming and painting or powder coating.
Painting or powder coating is recommended as without it panels are porous and surface scratches may be present as a result of the manufacturing process.