Take It Outside

Luxurious and durable, these stylish exterior panels will revitalise any outdoor kitchen.

If you’re looking for style and functionality in one, look no further than Trespa Meteon exterior panels by Nover. For many years now, the iconic Trespa brand has been supporting architects worldwide with durable exterior design products, and the new Trespa Meteon panels are a very welcome addition to Nover’s extensive range of hardware.


There’s a lot to love about Trespa Meteon. The material is a decorative high-pressure compact laminate with an integral surface that is manufactured through the company’s exclusive Electron Beam Curing (EBC). The unique blend comprises up to 70 per cent natural fibres and thermosetting resins, ensuring every panel looks luxurious while lasting a lifetime.

These versatile, hard-wearing exterior panels are also designed to be weather-resistant, making them the perfect choice for outdoor kitchens that need to withstand the harsh Australian climate.

Whether it’s scorching sunlight, heavy rain or dirt from gale-force winds, these exterior panels can handle it all. There’s a vast array of colour choices, too, including Italian Greige, Athens White and Metropolis Black, so you’ll find the right aesthetic for your kitchen.

To top it all off, Trespa products come with a 10-year external guarantee. Offering attractive designs and exceptional durability, Trespa Meteon exterior panels are guaranteed to give your dated alfresco kitchen a modern makeover.

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