Whiteboard Films





Zandesk, Melbourne/Australia. Designed by Blitz Architecture + Interiors 2016

Zandesk, Melbourne. Designed by Blitz Architecture + Interiors 2016

For decades we have been used to consider “whiteboards” as a single product, with standard formats, to be hanged on walls or placed in the middle of the room as a floor standing element. This idea, even if correct, does not fully describe all the potentials of a material, that might be perceived as creative and engaging. Like many other solutions, which you can discover within Design Wrapping magazine, this finish also comes in the form of an adhesive PVC film, available with both a glossy and matte finish, in rolls 120/150 cm high and with an extension over 20 meters. This allows you to go much far beyond the poster-sized slate!. 

Like all PVC films, it can be applied to any smooth surface, whether glazed or blind such as plasterboard walls, wood or metal paneling or other surfaces, even porous, which should simply be treated before application. The opaque variant is also suitable for video projection

The idea of ​​abandoning small blackboards to cover entire walls arises from the necessary sharing of ideas, which characterizes team working. Meetings are more and more frequent and require more flexible and more supportive spaces for brain storming. Large surfaces, where everyone can write and share their own ideas, represent a fertile ground to give birth to new ideas and find solutions. 

Multinational headquarters and most contemporary offices are dedicating  more and more space to this kind of settings: meeting rooms, corridors, nooks contained in large open spaces reveal as unexpected spaces, specifically because of these wide smart surfaces.

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