French International School, Hong Kong

In Hong Kong’s Tseung Kwan O District, the kaleidoscopic face of the new French International School positively glows in the sunlight. The façade is punctuated by a grid of windows highlighted by 637 colorful tiles, which serve as inspiration for the concrete colors used throughout the innovative school. Vivid, long-lasting colors contrast with snowy white to help make every school day a fun and invigorating experience for students and faculty.

Products Used

Sol Silicate All-Surface Finish

Soldalit Fixative
Clear Sol Silicate Dilution

Interior Mineral Wall Paint


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