in·ta·glio    (ĭn-tāl'yō, -täl'-)    
n.   pl. inta·glios
    1. A figure or design carved into or beneath the surface of hard metal, stone or other sustainable material.

    2. Italian, from intagliare, to engrave

Intaglio Composites employs innovative and proprietary techniques to permanently transfer images, graphics, and text into:

Photo-Engraved Concrete, has been exhibited at the National Building Museum in Washington, D.C. and subsequently published in Liquid Stone: New Architecture in Concrete. It has also been published in Transmaterial and the Los Angeles Times, as well as a number of trade journals.

Photo-Engraved Aluminum was subsequently developed and selected, after a world wide search, to clad the Osher Map Library located on the University of Southern Maine campus.

Intaglio welcomes inquiries and creative challenges by architects, artists, designers, and others to exploit the aesthetic potential of
their products.