AP Digital 2 - individuality instead of standard in HD
Setting yourself apart from everyone else, expressing the key difference between you and everyone else: this is becoming increasingly important for private individuals, retailers as well as the catering and hotel industries. And what better way to get yourself noticed than with your very own wall design. With AP Digital II, Architects Paper presents its new artificial digital prints in HD. Every single one of the prints is an eye-catcher and also makes a strong statement with a high recognition value.
It always starts with an idea. Whether it is a photo, a graphic, a scanned template or simply a design, the designers and graphic designers at the Gummersbach-based wallpaper producer will use this to produce a digital print template for producing a unique wall covering. They work to dimensions that are accurate to the centimetre, factoring in a few centimetres waste. Pattern repeats can be avoided with digital prints, “wallpaper on demand” or “bespoke wallpaper”. Putting up the individual lengths could not be easier: They are glued edge-to-edge with a standard wallpaper paste – not with a fiddly double seam cut as is often required for other wallpapers.
Following the success of AP Digital introduced two years ago, Architects Paper is now launching an extension to this collection in a similar guise, AP Digital II. This collection focuses on high-definition (HD) photographs and coloured scanned images. However, this all-round package would not be complete without the tried and tested components such as graphic drawings.
As with its predecessor, the collection is running indefinitely and the format can be customised to the client's requirements.
Personal motifs, photos or templates can also be used individually according to the customer's requirements.
Conserving the environment
All inks used by Architects Paper for its digital printing are free of solvents. The inks used have not only been awarded the Nordic Swan but also meet the British Standard for School Children. The cellulose-based non-woven wallpaper is subject to the FSC directives for sustainable forestry.
The CMYK procedure is used for printing in all colour systems. All wallpapers meet the latest European contract standards under VOC directives "A+" (vapours in the interior) and the European fire protection ordinance SBI, and bear the CE mark. The murals can therefore be safely used for contract applications and in public buildings.
There is a choice of four different wallpapers or print media. The qualities are tailored to the different features of the property. Architects Paper produces customer- and contract-specific wallpapers from a size of just two square metres. The standard strip width is 100 cm. However, it can be designed flexibly to suit the intended use.