Printeriors aims to inspire the FESPA audience: bringing you a permanent showcase packed with the latest innovations, technologies and case studies and market trends surrounding the Interior Décor industry.
Investing for success – a smart production solution for digital textile printing
As the digitization of the textile industry accelerates, on-demand textile printer Caspar’s business model is built for a new decade of industrial manufacturing using smart technologies - they have equipped their smart factory with necessary tools for success.
Digital technologies continue to democratise the hospitality sector where corporate branding and lifestyle aesthetic remain a strong and accelerating trend.
Open Plan Living
The move to open plan living is nothing new, but as the living space we occupy becomes ever smaller, the Interior has adapted into an environment that fulfils the needs of our many and varied lifestyles – night and day. Add to that hybrid working and we have complex communal spaces that must function seamlessly.
Restaurant and Bar
The restaurant and bar sector is no stranger to customisation and the market has embraced all of the creativity that digital technologies now facilitate. The print community continues to expand into this sector, where products are produced using many of the technologies routinely used by wide format print businesses for signage and display.
Wellness and Leisure
In the leisure and wellness industry’s’ Interior designers, architects and specifiers are turning to digitally printed surfaces to deliver a finely tuned aesthetic.
Pre-pandemic a home office was an optional luxury for most, for now at least, it seems a working zone is an essential for many residential interiors. Space remains a luxury and adding a zone for your day job isn’t necessarily an easy option.
Options for personalising textile frames
Derian Reekers from EFKA shares a few popular personalisation options for textile frames and how this allows you to communicate your message in a unique and innovative way.
Personalisation offers the consumer the opportunity to create products that are just that – personalised. That doesn’t always mean what you might think? Personalisation takes on many forms, from couture fashion to customised canvasses - there is a world of difference between both and many commercial opportunities in between.
Home entertainment is a growing industry. Consumers are increasingly looking to repurpose their living spaces, and our homes must now function in multiple formats, day and night.
Designing A New Future For Personalised Wallcoverings Using Epson Technology?
The Post-Pandemic World Is Presenting A Wealth Of Opportunity For The Digitally Printed Wallpaper Market. As we increasingly return to many of the elements of our former lives, while adopting some new ways of working, organisations are considering how to create attractive spaces to welcome us back.
As our homes continue to evolve, and our work/life balance evermore difficult to define, the requirement for accessible leisure within our home is in high demand. For some that may simply be a reading space, for others a High-Tec gaming zone or cinematic experience.
The Retail Interior is a well-established sector for the wide format print community. As a marketplace that traditionally requires both branded signage, POS, interior decoration and product merchandising the sector continues to thrive.
Investing in HP technology to disrupt the wide format print industry
Whilst PressOn cover a wide range of markets and products, the synergies between print process and applications allow the business to employ an efficient arsenal of technology. As technology has evolved, their printing equipment has been streamlined further and the company is now solely powered and supported by HP Latex digital printing technology.
Direct to film printing technology and textile applications explored
DTF (Direct to Film) apparel printing is making a real impact on the decorated apparel market. Machine manufacturers now offer ever more successful industrial solutions for this growing technology - that just a few years ago seemed to be the preserve of the small craft manufacturer.
The rise of biodiversity and bio engineered materials for textile manufacture
In 2020, global fibre production was calculated to have risen to around 110 million tonnes according to the Textile Exchange, a research group that encourages sustainability. That indicates an almost a doubling of the size of the textile fibre market since 2009.
As our global populations become increasingly urban, outdoor living space has become a luxury. These often-small spaces, are a focus for wellness, leisure and hospitality. The sector offers many commercial opportunities for creative print applications and entrepreneurial growth