• The Value of Writing in the Digital Age

    Hear from Bill Livengood, a director of surface sales for PolyVision, on why writing remains relevant.

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  • Continuing Education: a3 CeramicSteel

    PolyVision offers an informative CEU course that highlights the role CeramicSteel can play and identifies how any project can benefit from this material.

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  • Infuse Art + Design into Architecture

    Infrastructure that invites creativity and interaction within learning spaces of the future. CeramicSteel becomes public art that anchors the new library.

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  • Designing Collaborative Spaces

    Create authentic, inspiring spaces that reflect company culture and cultivated performance.

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  • Revitalize Transit Spaces

    PolyVision a3 CeramicSteel gives architects and fabricators a top-class look paired with versatility and enduring strength.

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  • In More Than 8 Million Classrooms

    Resistant to scratches, stains and bacteria PolyVision e3 CeramicSteel is the surface of choice for classrooms around the world.

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Products That Are Made to Last

For over 60 years, PolyVision has consistently produced durable and sustainable CeramicSteel surfaces that stand the test of time even in the most demanding environments. From chalkboard and whiteboard surfaces in more than 8,000,000 classrooms to architectural cladding in train and metro stations, tunnels, hotels and hospitals, PolyVision CeramicSteel spans more than 185 million square meters (2 billion square feet) of architecture around the world.

CeramicSteel is one of the most durable surfaces available, combining the best qualities of porcelain and steel to create a surface that is unmatched in the industry. Strong, consistent and enduring, it will neither scratch nor corrode. It refuses stains and is colorfast. As a result, cleaning is easier, maintenance is minimal and life cycle costs are dramatically reduced.

Recent Projects

Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania | 2017

Arvada Ridge Commuter Rail Station

Arvada, Colorado | 2017

Charles de Gaulle

Paris, France | 2017