FESPA Announces Details of Printeriors Pods
Thursday, May 14, 2015
Press release from the issuing company
FESPA has announced the details of the room sets in its inaugural Printeriors showcase, taking place in Hall 9 at FESPA 2015 in Cologne, Germany from 18-22 May 2015. The room sets, designed by suppliers or their customers, will provide visitors with a visual and tactile experience inspiring them with the creative opportunities of printed interiors.
Each room set will highlight a printed interior design reflecting either a retail, corporate, residential or hospitality setting to illustrate the creativity of print for interior applications:
- ATC Groupe's room set will be use reboard to recreate a retail environment.
- Lite will use a frameless system to recreate a new concept for retail using custom colours and graphics.
- Retail Communicators' room set will combine digital print with light to produce a dynamic retail environment.
- David Barlett Designs will use cardboard with a light and sound interactive dome.
- SAATI's corporate setting will use screen printing to replicate an aircraft cockpit.
- Hexis' design reflects a coffee corner using printed laminates for walls and flooring.
- Mutoh is replicating a gin bar using printed interior decoration possibilities printed on its digital wide format ValueJet printers.
- HP's room set will use its latex technology to recreate a residential setting designed by Robin Sprong and Juan De Lascurain.
- Kornit Digital will use its Kornit Allegro to print textiles and furniture.
- PONGS will decorate its room set in the style of a lounge highlighting the possibilities of using high resolution digital fabric printing.
- SIHL will feature inkjet printed wallpapers, cushion covers and curtains.
A one-day focused Printeriors conference will also take place on Thursday 21 May, led by English fashion and interior designer, Wayne Hemingway.
For more information on Printeriors and to register to attend visit: www.printeriors.net
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