Design Pigmented Mineral Stain (Design Lasur)

Design Pigmented Mineral Stain (Design Lasur)

KEIM Design Lasur is a sol-silicate-based coating for interior and exterior surfaces.

From opaque to highly translucent, KEIM Design Lasur provides unlimited possibilities to creative design with its brilliant inorganic color pigments and intensive mineral character.

Design Lasur can be made in a wide range of color shade selections from our KEIM Exclusiv Color Palette & our KEIM Avantgarde Color Palette or a custom match to your color selection within our natural mineral range. Design Lasur also comes in our gilding colors of gold, silver, copper and lava red.

Application Artist Paints, Decorative Painting/Coating, Historic Restoration & Preservation, Painting/Coating Exterior, Painting/Coating Interior
Consumption 375 - 625 sq.ft./Gal. / 1 coat

Ready to apply product. Qty. of stain and Dilution depend on mixing ratio.

Actual consumption depend on the substrate and individual project conditions as well as application methods
Packaging Red pail with white lid
Sizes 1 Gal. container

2 Gal. container

4 Gal. container
Usage Opaque or Translucent Mineral Coating for interior and exterior facades
Design Lasur- Brochure  (Brochure, PDF, 3481 KB)
Design Lasur-TDS  (Technical Data Sheet, PDF, 64 KB)
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Reference Projects

241 East Bay Street
241 East Bay Street (Charleston, SC)
Historic Preservation project in Charleston, SC.
Mission Concepción
Mission Concepción (San Antonio, TX)
Mission Concepción - 807 Mission Road, San Antonio, Texas
Waddell Mural - The Toy Theater
Waddell Mural - The Toy Theater (Washington, DC)
Mural commissioned to enhance downtown Washington DC area of DuPont Circle
513 King Street, Charleston, SC
513 King Street, Charleston, SC (Charleston, SC)
The 114-year-old building has been handsomely restored by the team from Thompson Young Design to include interior and exterior restoration.
Wilshire Boulevard Temple
Wilshire Boulevard Temple (Los Angeles, CA)
The first synagogue in Los Angeles, the new Temple was dedicated in 1929.  Built in the Byzantine architectural style, it was built of concrete with a painted stucco exterior.   In 1973, the Wilshire Boulevard Temple was dedicated LA Historic-Cultural Monument No. 116.   The Wilshire Temple began extensive renovations of the historic facility in 2008, and the remodeled sanctuary reopened in 2013.
200 California Street
200 California Street (San Francisco, CA)
Exterior sandstone artistically re-stained with a different color in Design Lasur.
Old Exchange and Provost Dungeon
Old Exchange and Provost Dungeon (Charleston, SC)

The Old Exchange & Provost Dungeon, also known as the Custom House, and The Exchange, is an historic building at East Bay and Broad Streets in Charleston, SC. Built in 1767-71, the exterior was in need of a long-lasting, breathable finish that would allow the historic masonry and lime mortar stucco to breathe freely.  It was also very important to deliver a finish that will last for decades, as the finish had to be previously refinished far too frequently.  

Interior of Pyramid
Interior of Pyramid (Lake Livingston, TX)
Panaramic natural landscape on the interior of a pyramid.
Moulton Bell Tower Mural
Moulton Bell Tower Mural (Mobile, AL)
Pannelized mural on a bell tower
Sovereign Hotel Building Mural
Sovereign Hotel Building Mural (Portland, OR)
Repainting of a historic mural over Portland stucco and lime-cement render.