Inspire Me

Inspire Me

From aquariums to architecture, boats to bathrooms, fashion to furniture, glazing to gliders and shop signage to shelving,  Perspex® acrylic has been used in almost every application imaginable…and the list is constantly getting longer!

Clear Hearing

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Clear Hearing

Ferguson Hill is an independent UK company, renowned for its high end sound systems comprising of giant horn-loaded loudspeakers and other hi-fi mechanisms; all products use Perspex® Clear acrylic as the core material for their outstanding elegant design. 

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Perspex® CC – The Best of Both Worlds for Displays

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Perspex® CC – The Best of Both Worlds for Displays

Perspex® CC (Continuous Cast) is exactly what the name defines: a continuous cast acrylic sheet. This manufacturing technique gives you the combined advantages of both cell cast & extruded acrylic.

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Perspex® CC – The Best of Both Worlds for Displays

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Perspex® CC – The Best of Both Worlds for Displays

Perspex® CC (Continuous Cast) is exactly what the name defines: a continuous cast acrylic sheet. This manufacturing technique gives you the combined advantages of both cell cast & extruded acrylic.

Read the full article here.

Going Wild

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Going Wild

The Rainforest Café® inside Walt Disney World’s Magic Kingdom in Orlando, Florida, has been brought to life with LuciteLux® Clear (equivalent to Perspex® CC Clear) and Light Guide Panels (equivalent to Perspex® Illumination Light Guide Panels). The project required designing, manufacturing and installing enough “leaves” to populate the entire ceiling in the bathrooms.

 

Read the full story here on the LuciteLux® webpage.

A splash of Perspex® acrylic colour

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A splash of Perspex® acrylic colour

Helen Brough presents Dahlia Cuore: a design focused sculpture inspired by a painting from the London-based artist’s Fiori series. The piece was recently showcased at the inaugural NY edition of The Other Art Fair, and is now on display as part of Broadgate’s ‘Shaped By Design’ season & London Design Festival (16-24 Sept 2017). 

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A splash of Perspex® acrylic colour

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A splash of Perspex® acrylic colour

Helen Brough presents Dahlia Cuore: a design focused sculpture inspired by a painting from the London-based artist’s Fiori series. The piece was recently showcased at the inaugural NY edition of The Other Art Fair, and is now on display as part of Broadgate’s ‘Shaped By Design’ season & London Design Festival (16-24 Sept 2017).

Read the full case study from Perspex Distribution, our UK Distributor.

Mirror Mirror – Who’s the fairest of them all?

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Mirror Mirror – Who’s the fairest of them all?

From stunning sculptures to fashion presentations to visual illusions, Perspex® XT Mirror will add a touch of elegance to your designs, and will most definitely get you noticed.

Here’s looking at you, kid! 

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Mirror Mirror – Who’s the fairest of them all?

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Mirror Mirror – Who’s the fairest of them all?

From stunning sculptures to fashion presentations to visual illusions, Perspex® XT Mirror will add a touch of elegance to your designs, and will most definitely get you noticed.

Here’s looking at you, kid! 

Read the full article here.

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Perspex® Brand X Holly Fulton

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Perspex® Brand X Holly Fulton

Over the past 10 years the award winning eponymous fashion label Holly Fulton, has grown to embrace multi-disciplinary collaborations, with the likes of John Smedley (Knitwear Designer) and Moooi (Designer Furniture). With a love for bold graphics, 3D motifs and an innovative use of textiles, the label’s clever hand-drawn prints are brought to life using luxurious materials.

Read the full case study here.

Perspex® Brand X Holly Fulton

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Perspex® Brand X Holly Fulton

Over the past 10 years the award winning eponymous fashion label Holly Fulton, has grown to embrace multi-disciplinary collaborations, with the likes of John Smedley (Knitwear Designer) and Moooi (Designer Furniture). With a love for bold graphics, 3D motifs and an innovative use of textiles, the label’s clever hand-drawn prints are brought to life using luxurious materials.

Read the full case study here.