On the eve of Sydney Build, AODELI Australia, has announced that their latest product, Stainless Steel Mirror Panel (SSP), will be available to view at the event on their Stand P18. Visitors will have their first chance to view, touch, and discuss this exciting new product AODELI Australia representatives.
Since launching to the market in December 2021, SSP has been causing quite a stir in the industry which needed a mirror cladding products that they could rely on having been often let down by inferior quality materials. In contrast, AODELI Australia’s superior and innovative panel kicked off its debut in style providing the essential backdrop for the international debut of the Gabrielle Chanel. Fashion Manifesto Exhibition at the National Gallery of Victoria.
During its 6-month run, the Chanel exhibition welcomed over 215,000 visitors who were able to view over 230 garments and accessories shown off to perfection by the SSP panels. The mirror panels were an essential element to the staging required for this exhibition and proved that mirror cladding panels can be both attractive and functional.
“Product development doesn’t happen overnight and the time and effort that went into developing SSP for the Australian market has been well worth it,” commented, Wayne Saunders, General Manager at AODELI Australia. “For those who didn’t get to see the world-class art installation, we are pleased to be exhibiting SSP on our stand at Sydney Build for visitors to enjoy”.
Known for its emphasis on manufacturing and supplying “fire-safe” façade cladding panels, AODELI Australia will have its full range of compliant cladding products on display at the event such as popular NCP, non-combustible panel, and the pre-finished solid aluminum panel, SAP. Staff will be on hand to answer any queries including Wayne Saunders who has a reputation as a colour guru following his time at Dulux paints. He will happily answer any queries that you have regarding finishes, coatings, warranties, and anything in between.
The Sydney Build event is being held at the ICC in Sydney from 1 – 2 June. Tickets are complimentary but need to be booked in advance. If you wish to attend, simply register here.