New technology is driving this change. It’s now possible to cost-effectively print direct-to-fabric, like never before. An industry has emerged, making it easy to create enormous screens and booths. We offer a whole range of low-cost fabric furniture and display ideas.
Businesses are beginning to see the potential of personalising their workspace, of tailoring their environment to suit their brand, their culture and inspire their teams. Designers are opening their eyes to the possibilities that ink-on-fabric opens up.
From room dividers and meeting booths, to pop-up cocktail tables and cube stools. You could even get creative with printed gazebos, large beanbags and curved backdrops.
We’re seeing businesses using our curved booths to make meeting spaces in the corner of the room. We particularly like the faux log cabin, complete with faux cow-hide foot stools. Others have done beach huts and ice cream trucks. You can let your imagination run riot. Turn an office in Tauranga into a Tiki Bar. Put an igloo in Invercargill. A rainforest in Rotorua. A palace in Palmerston North. If you can think it, we can make it in fabric.
Break up larger rooms with 3m wide screens. Print some abstract art or an enormous panoramic photograph to spark critical thinking. The great thing is, there are no panels to try to line up – create large one-piece, continuous graphics.
Dr Knight’s survey shows that empowering your team to design a more creative, zoned workspace could make them more 30% more productive. This all starts to make economic sense. What would that 30% do to your bottom line? Let’s get to work.