07/05/2019 – FESPA Global Print Expo 2019 — auf Deutsch lesen
Decoration applications for indoors and outdoors
Printeriors forms part of the visitor experience at FESPA Global Print Expo, showcasing the many benefits and opportunities of using print for interior decoration.
Similarly to last year’s feature, Printeriors 2019 will take the form of an interactive visitor experience, located in the East Entrance of Messe Munich, demonstrating a host of interior decor applications, such as wallpaper, lightboxes, soft furnishings including curtains and cushions, table tops and sideboards, window graphics and chairs.
New to Printeriors is an outside element, located in the outside hospitality areas at Messe Munich that will demonstrate exterior decor applications. Within this area, visitors will be able see and interact with an array of printed exterior decor applications including deck chairs, parasols and sustainable outdoor signage solutions.
FESPA is working with illustrator, Jasper Goodall, on the designs for the Printeriors applications, which will be based on the elements – earth, air, fire and water – under the strapline: “Inspired by Nature – Powered by Print”. Having one set of designs means that there will be better cohesion and contrast between the applications printed throughout Printeriors.
Visitors inspired by the applications within Printeriors will be able to speak with the exhibitors on the show floor who can help turn interior decor ideas into reality.
Duncan MacOwan, Head of Events at FESPA
“Over the last few years, led by the developments in digital print technology, print has been transforming the way designers and architects work. Last year we decided to change the focus of Printeriors to an interactive feature, located in the entrance of FESPA Global Print Expo, which proved popular with both visitors and exhibitors and we’re hoping that by doing the same this year, it will make it easy for all visitors to FESPA Global Print Expo 2019 to experience.”
Fespa Global Print Expo 2019
14–17 May 2019, Munich