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Barrisol Tradition Track System
Description

Barrisol Tradition stretch ceiling track systems are made of PVC. They are installed on the walls of a building. The tracks are visible and are available in many different colours and can be matched according to the colour of the ceiling.

Key Features

Barrisol Tradition tracks are fixed on the periphery of the walls. Then a proprietary spatula is is used to engage the 'harpoon' onto the tracks, stretching the ceiling and providing a uniform design surface.

Scope of Use

The Barrisol Tradition track system can be used in conjunction with all of the Barrisol stretch ceiling membranes, with 230 colour options and 15 finishes.

In-Service History

Founded in France, Barrisol combines contemporary French aesthetic with cutting-edge fabric engineering. For more than 40 years, Barrisol has engineered many ground-breaking innovations in stretch ceilings and walls, 3D formations, functional acoustic surfaces, and much more. 

Critically acclaimed by architects and designers internationally, Barrisol is one of the most awarded and recognised companies in its field, with over 30 awards and prizes.

Barrisol is also especially noted for being the first choice of the worlds most renowned architects such as Massimiliano FuksasPeter Eisenman, Philippe Starck, Kristian Gavoille, Norman Foster and Jean Nouvel, who all chose Barrisol for interior design in some of their biggest projects.

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Stretchmaster Ceilings are the sole New Zealand importer and installer of the innovative Barrisol range of interior enhancement products for ceilings and walls.

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