Actually, what's the colour of... a copper roof?

On the colour diversity of copper

Die Vielfalt von Kupfer: 3D Magma 70, 3D Magma 130, 3D Aprico 135

Copper, Latin: cuprum, is a chemical element and belongs to the group of semi-precious metals. The name is derived from aes cyprium - which means "ore from the Island of Cyprus". Copper was extracted here in ancient times.

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Die Farbvielfalt von Kupfer: 3D Ferro 25, 3D Mint 10, 3D Lavendel 45

The metal is relatively soft, which makes it tough and easy to shape. It is also a very good conductor of heat and electricity. Copper not only has a long service life, but is also highly weather-resistant. The formation of moss on a copper surface is also visibly reduced. It is also easy to clean and restore.
 

Die Farbvielfalt von Kupfer: 3D Lago 10, 3D Granit 5, 3D Venato 10

It is no surprise that a copper roof is one of the more expensive options for covering a roof. And yet it is still very popular today. If the focus is on positive product properties and especially the appearance, copper is the suitable choice.
 

Die Farbvielfalt von Kupfer: 3D Patina 75, 3D Patina 110, 3D Patina 80

The patina that forms on copper over time also changes the colour of the material. In its original state, copper has a warm, reddish shimmering appearance. The material is very smooth. After being exposed to the air for a while, the warm copper tone turns into a dark brown. The characteristic green patina develops over time with a matt look. So how many nuances does a copper roof have?

Verdigris patina - our surface is inspired by the copper roof…
 

Farbvielfalt von Kupfer