Design meets functionality
If you look at the surfaces on which the exhibits are presented in the National Museum, you don't get the feeling that they are painted surfaces. The matte, suede-like texture is more reminiscent of a peach skin and actually feels as velvety. The warm and textile character of the NEXTEL lacquer thus gives the museum exhibition rooms an additional noble impression.
This is mainly due to the technical finesse of the lacquer - freely following the credo "form follows function". For example, the lacquered surface absorbs up to 98% of the incident light thanks to special color pigments and thus ensures little distraction. Due to the diffuse light reflection, the lacquered substrates appear glare-free, thus interference reflections do not occur.
Even if the area of application in the Prague National Museum seems unusual at first glance, the story shows how numerous the fields of application for NEXTEL can be. After all, the effects of the coating are not only a great advantage for exhibition showcases, but also a technical and aesthetic plus for fittings and displays in the automotive, railroad and aviation sectors. There are virtually no limits to the variety of colors, as individual shades can also be developed.