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Check in at Printeriors during FESPA 2017

Organisers of FESPA 2017 are encouraging visitors to this year’s show to drop in on in-event feature Printeriors and find out more about the opportunities in the interior design market.

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Printeriors will feature examples of the work available in the printed interiors market

Printeriors, which will be presented in the style of a hotel, will give attendees the chance to learn more about bespoke interior décor applications, and how such work can help print service providers (PSPs) and sign-making firms access new streams of revenue.

Featured work at Printeriors will include printed flooring, wallpaper, ceramics, soft furnishings, glass, mirrored surfaces, furniture and decorative textiles—all of which will be produced using a combination of the latest screen, digital and textile technologies.

Roz McGuinness, divisional director of FESPA, comments: “Being able to show how print can create interior décor applications in one environment helps visitors, whether interior designers or PSPs, see print’s true potential in this space. 

Printed interior décor is an exciting new sector in the industry and we want to show the global print community how, by daring to design differently through the use of materials, inks and equipment, they can expand their opportunities

“Printeriors 2016 only featured digitally printed applications; however, as Printeriors 2017 is co-located with FESPA 2017, our flagship global print expo, it will cover both screen and digital processes, meaning an even greater variety of applications.”

Jennifer Castoldi, curator of Printeriors, and chief executive and chief creative director at Trendease International, will treat visitors to the event to a guided tour and offer advice on the opportunities in this sector. 

McGuinness adds: “Printed interior décor is an exciting new sector in the industry and we want to show the global print community how, by daring to design differently through the use of materials, inks and equipment, they can expand their opportunities.” 

Print Monthly readers can sign up for free entry at the Printeriors website by inputting this special code: PRNH710.
 
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