Obscura is an innovative PVC-free polyester film system for use on new and existing architectural glass, plexiglass and steel surfaces. Applied in horizontal bands, Obscura provides privacy in incremental dimensions at various heights in a range of refined, tinted neutrals.
Obscura offers an elegant design solution for minimal and specific coverage with two patterns, Horizon and Perspective, that will satisfy building codes which increasingly require glass with markings, particularly in healthcare and corporate environments. The collection adopts the horizon line, the simple gesture that grounds all architectural drawings, and returns it to the built environment to define and delineate space. Created with an explorer’s sense of wonder and a designer’s sense of color and space, these products combine the language of architecture and Earth’s horizon to bring atmosphere into the built environment.
Strengthening the qualities of natural light with quiet ombres and pattern breaks, Suzanne Tick captures fleeting visual moments and translates them for specific uses, shaping the user experience for a variety of settings. The result is both airy and spatial, providing privacy when needed in a sustainable, cost effective approach.
Patterns are offered in 3 neutral colorways, with additional options from an extensive color palette inspired by the hues of the natural world. The Obscura™ ColorGraph™ is available for wider customization and environmental branding opportunities. This collection is made for film application on architectural glass, plexi, and steel in four sizes that can be used to solve for varying privacy needs. Patterns are available in heights of 8”, 16”, 24”, and 36” in ready-to-install film on rolls.