Vote for Décor of the Year 2020!
2020 was a milestone for Trespa, as it celebrated its 60th anniversary. And even though we could not celebrate as we wanted, we continued to support architects, installers, building owners and distributors around the world in achieving the continuity of their façade projects for more than 60 years.
This year as Team Trespa we have delivered a wonderful performance in a year where everything was really different by thinking in new possibilities and creative solutions.
We are proud to present some very exciting projects that were realized during 2020 and we are inviting you to vote for the Trespa® Meteon® Décor of the Year and the Project of the Year!
View the Trespa® Meteon Décors
Trespa® Meteon® Lumen
Meteon® Lumen offers architects the opportunity to bring designs to life with reflections of light. Light can be reflected, refracted, enhanced or muted according to architects’ and clients’ wishes. Trespa® Meteon® Lumen is available in three finishes: Diffuse, Oblique and Specular.
Trespa® Meteon® Focus
Each innovative Meteon® Focus design brings its own story of inspiration, and can be used to create new façades with a high-end aesthetic.
Trespa® Meteon® Metallics
Meteon® Metallics emphasise Trespa®’s premium appearance, and can introduce subtle differences between panels when installed at different angles.
Trespa® Meteon® Naturals
Introduce lively weathered-looking surfaces and patina designs wherever you like with our Meteon® Naturals. Dimensionless designs make it possible to bring details and complete façades to life.
Trespa® Meteon® Wood
Trespa® Meteon® Wood decors bring warmth, enabling fresh contemporary designs as well as classic weathered looks.
Give any building instant character with decors inspired by natural materials and processes. You can unleash your creativity in new ways and create tomorrow’s nature-inspired designs.
Trespa® Meteon® Uni Colours
Colour on façades can tell a story, play with contours and volumes, break up surfaces and create captivating rhythms. You can employ a façade covering to assign different identities to parts of a building, to designate specific functionalities - or simply make things more attractive.