This post aims to take the concept of decoration transferable and decline it in a more specific and today very interesting, that of interior decoration.
So let us just what we mean by these two words. If you do a search on the internet you will find that they are used as a synonym for interior design, which is a world with a thousand facets, which considers all aspects of a space, from furniture to lighting up the wall decoration.
We want to focus on the latter, and in particular the use of transferable decoration for custom interior wall surfaces.
That said, spontaneous questions arise immediately:
Why an artisan Technology should invest in this sector?
Surely because today is a strong demand for dress up any room, whether it is residential, public or business to make it mirror the personality and the way of life of those who live or spend a large part of their days. And above all, because the Artisan Technology has in his hands and master, so whimsical and creative, all the technological tools, the Roland printing equipment and techniques necessary.
How can a Craftsman Technological enter this industry?
The ways are many and different even if they have a common denominator: to establish a synergy with the protagonists of a project of interior: designer / architect, interior designer and decorator.
And again, a customization project and characterization of environments, it is essential that all parties involved share the objectives, the instruments used and the budget. It is based on the latter that the printer can draw between its technological tools those most likely to meet the demand of the customer.
To fully understand the “how”, we tell you of a very important work performed by internal wall decoration Wall IDEAS, with the transfer wall (PS FRESH) Shock Line integrated with acrylic paints.
It is the decoration of a large part of the walls and ceilings of the pediatric hospital “Angels of Padre Pio” in San Giovanni Rotondo (FG). The total extent of areas decorated is approx. 198 sqm. The project was born from the Brother Francis to restructure the entire building to make it a colorful place, serene and lively atmosphere where the children could also spend time playing and relaxing.
This is a clear intervention of humanization. The murals have played a dual function:
- Ggive life to the walls teasing the imagination of children, thanks to the animals chosen as decorative subjects;
- Guidance, given the association of a different animal in each room.
But who, then, are the protagonists of this project? Who did what?
- The client has established objective and budget.
- The architect has called the project of interior.
Digital printer or craftsman technology, thanks to its know-how, materials and tools in his possession, he starred in the project and he finished off in sheets, prints and procedures.
The decorator has applied the sheets printed, making the project a reality.