Château de la Barbinière à Saint-Laurent-sur-Sèvre is where design and refinement meet in an unspoilt countryside. The park of 13 hectares deploys its architecture in a natural and calm environment. Attached to the main building, ACS Production made this expansion with a textile facade. The design is in line with its surrounding. It is a clever solution to hide the technical/work area to visitors and keep the area looking pristine.
For Base Structures UK we have produced these unique sunshades for a private residence in the Middle East. In this production the print design is on the inside of the textile to create a unique experience and carry the interior design from the villa out onto the terraces on the outside. The outside of the textile is left white to reflect the sun and keep the terrace cool.
The new bus terminal at Zwolle train station is adorned with a beautiful sun sail, even if in the wet climate of the Netherlands one would probably say weather sail. The canvas is 70 x 13 meters. The canvas' decoration is created making use of the latest photo and print techniques and protected with a unique coating. Printable was selected for the project because of our dedicated technologies, which have been developed for optimal print-quality and an unrivalled preservation of the image.
These giant interactive billboards are customised to fit the brand. Printable printed these robust covers for BigAirBag. Both companies share their pride on the high definition digital print, the use of innovate materials and durability of appearance. With over a 1000 installations worldwide in the past 10 years, the unrivalled quality and durability on these product has been proved.
Printable delivered the printed substrate of the textile facade for Cheops Technology located in the periphery of Bordeaux
The Charleroi Danse Theatre was installed in 2014 and these shots were made in 2018. The facade architecture textile is characterised by its printed surface. Printed on-demand, our substrates achieve the best hard-wearing resistance combined with freedom of choice in design and ideas this is the reason The Ateliers Jean Nouvel and MDW architecture chose for our membrame.
A good example of our façade fabric. The Sense City climate chamber @ Université Paris-Est. Sense-City is a climate chamber that can cover two 400m² areas. On each of these areas, a portion of territory is built on, called a Mini-City, equipped with many sensors to study the performance of facilities and urban materials, monitor the city of tomorrow by sending appropriate information, study air, water and soil pollution
Another nice example. The KU13-Store in Kulmbach opened in September 2018. Printed on our open weave substrates. This interior lights create a playful mix with the graphic designs on the textile facade.
We love this design of the facade of this school (Ecole Cour Lorraine) in Mulhouse France. The building has been fitted with our mesh fabric with a custom design printed on it. The textile facade blocks the sunlight and controls the climate inside without obstructing the view outwards. For more examples and information about our 10 year warranty on appearance.
It is an impressive sight to see them roll. ‘Stilleven met bloemen in een glazen vaas’ (Still life with flowers) by Jan Davidsz. de Heem, The Nightwatch of Rembrandt or 'Children of the sea' by Jozef Israëls. Since last year we have been releasing side curtains with famous masterpieces of the Dutch Rijksmuseum in The Netherlands. We do this not only because we love to share these paintings, but also because we share a similar philosophy. Our production techniques and conservation of image for side curtains are set to the highest standards just like the Rijksmuseum and these famous painters. That is why we labelled these trucks 'meesters in beeld' (masters of image). That is what we've been doing at Printable for more than two decades: achieving the highest standard.
After more than 8 years, SkyClean ordered new sets of side curtains. It was not really necessary but because of the fact that they changed their corporate identity and had an expansion of their fleet, SkyClean required the same proven quality which they are familiar with for so many years. As you can see, the white shows no dirt and is still clear in comparison to other side curtains that would not even make it through one year without visible and permanent wear and tear. Solidskin offers an unrivalled quality and this reference proves once again that we practice what we preach.
The Fricke Building in Bockel, Germany was renewed in 2013 and holds a retail shop for their products. The vulnerability and the exposure to nature were key in this project. Long time relationships between printer, confectioner and producer of the technical textile, lead to the right solution.
A surprising application of our robust textile substrates: the Pleinair Casino La Ciotat near Marseille. This outdoor casino has amusing roofs that look like casino tokens. The roofs are printed on a closed substrate and coated. Our unique coating is able to resist the Southern France UV radiance without discolouring for more than 10 years.
Producers of full-colour curtainsides for curtainsider or tautliner trucks regularly say that using UV ink is better for the environment, repeating without question the claims of their ink suppliers who play up the odourless nature of the ink. By doing so, they are manipulating the market with this deceptive (and illegal) information. The small print in the ink safety instructions states “Causes skin and eye damage[CL1] . May damage fertility or the unborn child”. As if the impact on humans doesn’t matter.
A full-colour curtain side is a perfect way to profile a product or service to the public. In order to create a convincing message and utilise the opportunities to their fullest, there are a few things to take into consideration when coming up with the design. Here are 8 points to consider when designing curtain sides for lorries.
We can hardly think of a better reference than being selected for our textiles for facade architecture of the Cité internationale de la tapisserie (Museum of Aubusson tapestry). Located halfway between Clermont-Ferrand and Limoges, this major centre for artistic craft and a skill dating back to the Middle Ages, the Aubusson tapestry was listed as part of the Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity by UNESCO.