The Kirribilli pattern is very lineal in design and is most commonly seen today under commercial awnings and grand ceilings of geometric design. A large pattern repeat composition, which emerged from the art deco era, the Kirribilli features six aligned & lightly concaved channels, cradled either side by pyramid inspired elevations. This pattern was created by Pressed Tin Panels® for a major an awning renovation of the Kirribilli Village Arcade in Broughton St, Kirribilli, NSW.
- The panels are made from a specialised, mill grade aluminium that is approximately 0.55mm thick.
- All of our aluminium panels are treated with a non-chromate treatment which prepares the surface for subsequent priming and painting or powder coating.
- Painting or powder coating is recommended as without it panels are porous and surface scratches may be present as a result of the manufacturing process.