CSR: Cemintel

CSR: Cemintel

Cemintel is part of the Australian owned icon, CSR Building Products. They manufacture and supply cement panels and building systems used for external facades, internal linings, ceilings and flooring which are suitable for use in commercial and residential applications.

Notable Projects: Waltzing Matilda Centre, Winton QLD; Mildura Rowing Club, Vic; Sydney Superyacht Marina, Rozelle NSW

Website: www.cemintel.com.au

Contact Address: ceminfo@csr.com.au


Product Showcase

Barestone

Cemintel

Cemintel Barestone™ provides a raw, contemporary finish for an external and internal application. Barestone - External: Its biophilic impression enhances design aesthetics, as it weathers naturally and seamlessly blends into its environment. Barestone External can be used in many diverse ways and cut to different shapes and sizes for dramatic design effect. Barestone – Internal: The panels have a stain resistant coating applied and are simply installed internally by adhering to timber battens, or alternatively, and for a more industrial look, exposed fixing.

Territory

Cemintel

Cemintel Territory™ is created for you - a natural cladding range that comes from Japanese values of simplicity, nature and quality. These prefinished cladding panels simulate materials like stone, timber, concrete, metal, tiles and smooth render in a sophisticated way to enhance building façades, without the ongoing maintenance.

Surround

Cemintel

The Cemintel Surround™ range responds to the preference for high performance, lightweight materials and the desire for buildings to enhance the environment where we live. From external façades to interior surfaces, Surround is a reinterpretation of cladding as we know it. With a core range of expertly curated neutral colours and discrete patterns, Surround allows buildings to look as one within their environment. Manufactured in Europe and prefinished, this range works equally well for interior and exterior façades with its sophisticated tactile surfaces, metallic finishes and subtle shades of marl, blue, grey and green.