As copper ages: the & quot; Edelrost & quot; in matte turquoise

What color do you associate with copper? Certainly the typical brown-red shiny surface, as you know from copper pots, lights or noble panels. But copper can also look very different. Think of the green domes of churches or the Statue of Liberty in New York - that too is copper, but in weathered form. The oxidized semi-precious metal is then beautiful in other ways - with a solid, turquoise-green layer on the surface, which also protects against further corrosion. Whole facades benefit from the exciting aesthetics in modern house construction, but interiors also become a real eye-catcher with their lively patina.
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