MA3z Designs Introduces "Gradients" New Series of Iridescent Metal Wall Covering

Móz Designs introduces Gradients, a new series of iridescent metal surfaces that merge vibrant tones into subtle neutrals. Gradients is the latest product offering in the company’s popular Blendz Collection, a visually-rich series of metal surfaces in variegated colors and tonal patterns.

Gradients features nine dynamic color spectrums, which can be installed vertically or horizontally as the tonal values radiate from light to dark or dark to light. The Gradients Series offers an innovative range of creative solutions for hospitality venues. Gradients metal surfacing can be used for wall coverings, ceilings, columns, reception counters, bar dies and more. Custom color Gradients are available upon request.

A versatile selection of seven hand-etched Móz patterns are standard on Gradients metal surfaces and include Coarse, Pinstripe, Clouds, Kelp, Linen, Ripples and Waves. Additionally, a new graphically-enhanced pattern, Cosmos, with subtle visuals reminiscent of the night sky, is also offered on Gradients in two scales.

Gradients can be specified in 4’ x 8’ or 4’ x 10’ aluminum metal sheets with thicknesses ranging from .040” to .125.”  Corrugated sheets are also offered. Gradients color patterns can also be specified for Móz ETA (easy-to-assemble) products, including column covers, flat and dimensional walls, room dividers, art installations, Móz Wall Weave and Basketweave, and table tops.

All Móz metal products are designed and manufactured at the company facility in Oakland, CA, and are fabricated from recycled aluminum, contributing to LEED 2.0 MR Credit 4 – Recycled Content.


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