Flatlock panel in its simplest form is a flat sheet with four folded edges. It requires a plywood substrate for support as it has little structural integrity on its own.
Its fragile state creates a wonderful pillowing affect with fantastic visual texture.
Ideally suited to contemporary architecture if applied in a sympathetic manner this profile will compliment any building.
Copper can be traced back for use in roofing and guttering to 27BC when the roof of the Pantheon in Rome was covered in copper. It is a pure, natural material with the added attraction of unique changing visual characteristics.