Copper

Its color is vibrant, lively and unmistakable, making it a perfect choice to be applied in aesthetic projects.

Copper is a highly dynamic metal in use and applications. It is widely applied due to its soft malleable attributes. Mostly known for its high thermal and electrical conductivity, which makes it broadly employed in building materials. When freshly exposed, the surface of pure copper reveals its signature reddish-orange color. Since it is a native metal, it can be found in nature in a directly usable metallic form. Due to this fact it became one of the first metals to be used by mankind, since 8000 BC. It was also one of the first metals to be smelted from its ore and to be cast into a shape in a mold. Extensively used in Europe and Asia, giving the Copper Age its name. This distinctive and historically important metal has more to offer than only practical uses. Its color is vibrant, lively and unmistakable, making it a perfect choice to be applied in aesthetic projects. Often referred to as “man´s eternal metal” for its long-lasting attribute, gaining beauty and character over time through its worn surface. For many physical characteristics including shine and malleability, copper is seen as a multifaceted material. It has an exceptional range of finishes, from shiny-polish to amazing weathered, worn-in patina. It easily becomes the accent when placed besides more neutral color materials. Beautiful in its high reflective surface with a warm metallic glow, interesting matt shades when brushed.

When freshly exposed, the surface of pure copper reveals its signature reddish-orange color.

It is widely applied due to its soft malleable attributes.

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