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Introducing a New Vision for ALUCOBOND®

Let us introduce our new vision for ALUCOBOND®.

In 1969, we invented Aluminum Composite Material, and we’ve been leading the world in design innovation and manufacturing excellence ever since. To help our clients build the future, we remain focused on inspiring the architectural community to create their legacy with the next generation of buildings and push the limits of design. As we build upon our brand identity we are expanding our focus with trend forward thinking to enhance our product and finish offering. Our relationships within the architectural community have provided us with a clear pulse to what’s important and what we need to better serve our customers. We invite you to join us on our journey and discover the first step to our rebrand.

New International Spy Museum’s Design Exudes Intrigue, Features Custom Dark ALUCOBOND® Plus Cladding

Photo © Simon @santi1916

The new International Spy Museum in Washington, D.C., features a total of 23,300 square feet of 4mm ALUCOBOND® Plus aluminum composite material by 3A Composites USA, including: 10,800 square feet of Custom Grey Velvet Mica and 12,500 square feet of Custom Spy Dark Grey.

Australian Home Features Stunning Alucobond PLUS Roof That Mimics Gum Leaf Design

The Vineyard House, Kangaroo Ground, was built with a variety of natural building materials. The home sits above a 12-hectare vineyard and takes full advantage of the spectacular views as its anchored into the hillside.

UK Student Housing Seeks Contemporary Development With Alucobond Exterior Panels

The Chettles Yard student accommodation was part of a 60 million dollar development, designed by Lewis & Hickey Architects. The UK project features an extraordinarily sustainable design, utilizing biomass boilers and rainwater harvesting. The biomass boiler systems are used as an alternative heating method, producing a much smaller environmental impact than fossil fuels.

Color Shifting Alucobond Office Building Becomes Landmark In Business District

Advice House was the first building completed in a series of buildings for the business-park north of Vejle in Denmark. Danish-firm, C.F. Møller Architects, designed the project as the iconic piece of the business-park development.

Library Inspired by Original 1960s Building Strives For LEED Gold


The Jasper Place Branch Library was the joint venture between firms Hughes Condon Marier Architects (HCMA) and Dub Architects. The new library was to replace the old, but was still inspired by the 1960’s Modernist design of the original. The city of Edmonton required sustainable attributes in the building’s design, which was ultimately awards LEED Gold certification.