Architectural Wrapping

3M™ Di-Noc™ Architectural Finishes

3M™ Di-Noc™ Architectural Finishes are self-adhesive materials that are designed for interior and exterior refurbishment projects. Application possibilities such as walls, doors, bars, lifts, offices, banks, conference rooms and restaurants make this material a fantastic option to refurbish rather than replace.

With a host of finishes from wood grain, stone, brushed metals and carbon fibre effects, 3M™ Architectural Finishes give you the design freedom to bring your brand to life quickly and cost effectively. It’s property refurbishment without barriers… and the hefty costs.

Architectural Finishes mimic the aesthetics of natural and other materials at a fraction of the price. Installation of 3M™ finishes to create a new look is a far quicker process than a typical refurbishment.

3M™ Fasara™ Glass Finishes & Crystal Glass Finishes provide the look, privacy and translucency of etched, sandblasted or otherwise textured glass – at a price point that makes it an attractive alternative to etched and sandblasted glass.

The video below is a case study from The Hilton – Minneapolis demonstrating the time, and cost saving proerties when using the 3M™ Di-Noc™ range of Architectural Finishes.

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Achieve the impact, visual apperance and texture from a wide range of films in the 3M™ Di-Noc™ range.

The process is accomplished by applying an adhesive backed vinyl sheet to each panel. This is then warmed gently and formed to the contours where required. All our technicians are trained by industry market leader 3M™ which ensures that not only do you get the right product for the job, but the vinyl is applied in the correct process meaning the best possible results.

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For more details on the 3M™ Di-Noc™ Architectural range of films, or to arrange a site survey, please contact the team today on 01244 679704 or via our contact page.