Norwegian façade-panel manufacturer Steni announced the North American availability of 64 new finishes within its Steni Vision product line, according to Steni Export Director Adrian Pye.

The new composite stone panel finishes evoke wood, metal, stone, and pattern aesthetics, and include:

  • Wood: Acacia Brown, Oak Natural, Pine Natural, Poplar Grey
  • Metal: Aluminum Natural, Copper Green, Corten Rusty, Steel Grey
  • Stone: Travertine Natural, Marble White, Granite Mix, Concrete Light
  • Patterns: Curled Light, Layers Green, Sparkle Grey, Zerrano Natural


All patterns are available in four color variations.

“This 2022 expansion adds four new products to each category within our standard Vision line,” Pye said. “The range was already expansive and versatile, and these further bolster Steni Vision’s value proposition of enabling a building to integrate into its surrounding environment while establishing its own identity.”

Steni Vision panels are made of stone composite and can be used for both exterior and interior walls in commercial, institutional and industrial building projects. The design options are almost unlimited. The Steni Vision Standard range is now delivered in ­­64 standard designs and Steni Vision Custom enables a façade designer to incorporate custom graphics printed directly onto the panels to suit the building or environment.

The panels require minimal maintenance and have a 60-year functional warranty.

Steni panel advantages include:

  • Easy installation
  • Pre-cut formats
  • Low-cost durability
  • 60-year warranty
  • Reduced carbon footprint
  • Easy cleaning
  • Impact resistance
  • Frost and water impermeability


Steni products have a small carbon footprint, typically producing 14 to 17 kg CO2/m2. A life-cycle analysis has been conducted for Steni façade panels, which has determined that all have an Environmental Product Declaration (EPD) in accordance with ISO 14025/ISO 21930/EN15804/. The calculation has been performed and verified by a third party, SINTEF. EPD documents have been approved by EPD Norway and Institut Bauen und Umwelt e.V. (IBU).