With their geometric design and exceptionally high strength to weight ratio, Mykon’s decorative composite panels can be used in both the architectural and interior design industries.
The layers of the panel are bonded together with a strong adhesive and pressed together until the adhesive cures. The lightweight aluminium core keeps the two skins in position, while the two skins produce a visually striking and unique ‘fish-eye’ effect. This technique makes the panels aesthetically pleasing and still ensures privacy without forming a barrier to light.
Each individual cell allows light to pass through, but together the cells remain translucent to ensure privacy when it is required. Mykon’s panels can be manufactured in a range of shapes and sizes so that you can decide how much light you want to use in a room.
Properties of Mykon’s decorative composite panels:
- Light transmitting
- Lower energy requirements
- High strength to weight ratio
- Sustainability (recycle & reuse)
- Slip resistant finish
- Fire resistant
- Excellent compression and shear properties
- Range of core sizes
- Choice of external skins and finishes
- Aesthetically pleasing
- Shatter proof
- High impact resistance
- Acoustic absorbing
Mykon’s panels are manufactured from our UK based headquarters in Cambridgeshire, distributed worldwide and suitable for a wide range of interior design and architectural applications:
- Partitions & Screens
- Walkways & Staircases
- Ceilings / Ceiling panels
- Bars & Worktops
- Shop Fittings
- Bespoke Furniture
With their unique set of properties and visually appealing effect, the possibilities for the application of Mykon’s decorative composite panels are truly endless.
The Mykon team are always happy to discuss new and exciting ideas so be sure to get in touch to speak to us directly about your project requirements. Alternatively, you can find out more about the range of products we offer on our website here or via our Instagram feed here