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ATT - Sceno Teatro

Muslin for scenography

ATT - Sceno Teatro00. natural
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Teatro alla Scala, ''Simon Boccanegra'' Behind the picture, a backdrop made of painted ATT - Sceno Teatro.
Fundación Rafa Nadal Pprojections with chromatic light on a cyclorama made of white ATT - Sceno Teatro muslin.

Golden Beach The lower part of this large umbrella has been aesthetically improved thanks to the application of a background with Confezionieconricchezzaconvergent in 00. natural ATT - Sceno Teatro muslin.
Ceiling sails made of ATT - Sceno Teatro muslin, 00. natural.
Naturografie Towards Venice White ATT - Sceno Teatro muslin used as a support for artistic creations not entirely attributable to the human hand.The ATT - Sceno Teatro was chosen, in this case, for its resistance to atmospheric agents and because it does not release harmful chemical compounds to the environment.
The ATT - Sceno Teatro muslin is a permanently fireproof variant of the ASC - Sceno muslin.
It therefore has a plain-woven compact weft and it is suitable for all the same applications of the ASC - Sceno muslin, i.e. for the making of also painted backdrops, cycloramas, curtains, wings, etc.
Its permanent fireproofing makes it more suitable for outdoor use than the ASC - Sceno muslin.
Thanks to the closed weft it can be used as a light diffuser, both with frontal and grazing backlighting.
It has an optimal paintability, similar to that of ASC - Sceno, with respect to which it requires a lighter primer.
Flame reaction
IFR - inherently flame retardant
FR certification
UNI 9177 class 1
Composition
50% cotton, 50% modacrylic
Weight
225 g/m²
Width
420 cm (white only)
620 cm
1,060 cm
Length
± 50 m
Packing method
folded
Available colours
see colour chart

Front lighting
Rating 5.0
Backlighting
Rating 3.5
Paintability
Rating 5.0

Availabilty
by the metre
in full bolts
in tailor made creations

Colour chart

ATT - Sceno Teatro00. natural01. white

This material was used for...

Fundación Rafa Nadal

Events

Golden Beach

Public places

Roberto Ghezzi, ''Naturografie Twds Venice''

Exhibitions, art, architecture

Teatro alla Scala, ''Simon Boccanegra''

Lyric opera