Copper has been used for roofing, cladding and rainwater products for hundreds of years. Architects have appreciated its durability, workability, natural beauty and its freedom from maintenance.
In recent years copper has been enhanced by the availability of different "processed" surfaces, in the form of oxidized or partial and full patina. Allowing architects to immediately express their design in the building both in colour and form without the need to wait on nature. These changes have allowed architects to create new concepts and push traditional boundaries. Copper is 100% recyclable