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the balance of opposites

to forge, to know, to understand

to mold, to create, to shape

the emotion of matter

in the making

elevating substance

experiences and expressions

dialogues and moments

atmosphere

the balance of opposites

to forge, to know, to understand

to mold, to create, to shape

emotion from matter

in the making

to elevate the substance

experiences and expressions

ddialogues and moments

atmosphere

experiences and expressions

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Copper, a material that combines aesthetics and functionality

The fact that copper has antibacterial properties is not the latest discovery, but it is clear that this material offers incredible potential to be exploited. 

Thanks to its porosity, copper prevents the development of bacteria, making it an ideal solution for covering all those surfaces that are often in contact with many people, such as public transport, hospitals, schools, etc. Copper is in fact a passive, antimicrobial material that can self-sterilise on the surface without the need for electricity or chemical cleaning. And the last pandemic period, studies have also shown that copper is perfect for limiting the spread of covid.

But as well as being functional, copper is also able to give an object an aesthetic power, allowing quality, durability and utility to meet. When copper and its alloys oxidise, they change colour and becoming darker, but they do not lose antibacterial essence. Consequently, this material represents a starting point for giving vent to the imagination of architects and designers, who can use it anywhere and in any way.

In this context, however, professionals capable of working with copper and exploiting its properties to the full are essential. With over thirty years of know-how, Materica continues to experiment and study this material in depth, becoming the ideal partner for anyone working in the world of design and architecture. In fact, Materica is able to answer the growing demand for finishes that bring out the true essence of materials, providing a high degree of customisation and for this reason it works every day to improve its techniques and meet the needs of its customers. And so, after years of experience with the metal wires application for purely anticorrosive purposes, Materica has experimented the metallization for aesthetic purposes as well, using different metals including copper. and meet the needs of its customers. And so, after years of experience with the metal wires application for purely anticorrosive purposes, Materica has experimented the metallization for aesthetic purposes as well, using different metals including copper.

experiences and expressions

// MAGAZINE

Copper, a material that combines aesthetics and functionality

The fact that copper has antibacterial properties is not the latest discovery, but it is clear that this material offers incredible potential to be exploited. 

Thanks to its porosity, copper prevents the development of bacteria, making it an ideal solution for covering all those surfaces that are often in contact with many people, such as public transport, hospitals, schools, etc. Copper is in fact a passive, antimicrobial material that can self-sterilise on the surface without the need for electricity or chemical cleaning. And the last pandemic period, studies have also shown that copper is perfect for limiting the spread of covid.

But as well as being functional, copper is also able to give an object an aesthetic power, allowing quality, durability and utility to meet. When copper and its alloys oxidise, they change colour and becoming darker, but they do not lose antibacterial essence. Consequently, this material represents a starting point for giving vent to the imagination of architects and designers, who can use it anywhere and in any way.

In this context, however, professionals capable of working with copper and exploiting its properties to the full are essential. With over thirty years of know-how, Materica continues to experiment and study this material in depth, becoming the ideal partner for anyone working in the world of design and architecture. In fact, Materica is able to answer the growing demand for finishes that bring out the true essence of materials, providing a high degree of customisation and for this reason it works every day to improve its techniques and meet the needs of its customers. And so, after years of experience with the metal wires application for purely anticorrosive purposes, Materica has experimented the metallization for aesthetic purposes as well, using different metals including copper. and meet the needs of its customers. And so, after years of experience with the metal wires application for purely anticorrosive purposes, Materica has experimented the metallization for aesthetic purposes as well, using different metals including copper.

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