Surfaceform specialises in high quality and inventive surface finishes for both interiors and exteriors. They use luxurious materials such as gold, marmorino and stucco and the latest colours to create excellent finishes. Their small but dedicated and creative team work to create the perfect finish to meet your needs. Surfaceform have over the past few years been involved in big projects such as revitalising Riddell Hall, Queens School of Management. They have also been asked to undertake the role of creating wall finishes for the five star Merchant hotel in Belfast.
They have a wide range of finishes using Polished plaster and Impasto. Within the Polished plaster range they have different type of finishes including Classic, Marmorino, Stucco, Chamois Marmorino, Pitted plaster, Dragged polished plaster, Travertino, Floor Marmorino, Dilavato. All of the finishes are available in standard colours as well as bespoke colours. The Classic finish is a reflective plaster coating used for decoration. It has a glossy finish with a great depth of colour yet it is very smooth and cold to the touch. There are three types of Marmorino finish, the Marmorino , the Chamois Marmorino and the Flooring Marmorino. Marmorino is also a decorative finish but it is a matt polished plaster coating. It has a lustrous low sheen with subtle movement. The Chamois Marmorino is also quite refined and has a texture likened to suede. The Flooring Marmorino is a polished plaster finish for floors and is quite similar to the Marmorino finish in terms of movement and colour. The Stucco finish is an exquisite polished plaster with a subtle sheen. It is renowned as one of the more admired finishes. If you want a natural finish then you should go for either the Pitted polished plaster, the Dragged polish plaster or the Travertino finish. The Pitted polished plaster finish creates a subtle stone-like effect which is very similar to the Travertino. However the Dragged polish plaster finish will leave you with the effect of natural stone. All three of the finishes are very unique and have a warm quality. Dilavato is a decorative lime plaster finish resembling old plaster that has been washed and exposed to the elements over many years. It is like that of many historical buildings in Southern Europe.
The Impasto range is a collection of acrylic based plaster finishes. The textures of this range emulate linen, wood and stone but the material is so versatile that the possibilities are practically limitless and therefore clients can request bespoke finishes . The Impasto range is split into three sections Metal, Stone and Polished. The Metal finishes can emulate a range of materials such as linen and stone and uses metals including 24 carat gold leaf and pewter. The collection of stone finishes uses predominately natural tones though other colours can be used. The Impasto Polished is similar to the Classic polished plasters as it has a high shine and it offers great depth of colour and movement to any surface.