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THE BOOK uncovers 50 inspiring interior design projects

THE BOOK uncovers 50 inspiring interior design projects

Antalis has launched THE BOOK, a creative showcase of the most innovative projects in the world of personalised interior design.

THE BOOK provides a visual platform for the top 50 projects of the Antalis Interior Design Awards; an international competition aimed at interior designers, architects, printers and brand owners, which saw 341 projects submitted from entrants around the globe. The nine winning projects are featured in THE BOOK, along with other inspiring works from the competition representing six industry categories: Hospitality, Restaurant, Retail, Office, Home and Public Building.

The common theme linking all of the projects was that each used at least one product from the Antalis Coala portfolio, which includes a wide range of self-adhesive vinyls, wallpapers, textiles & canvas, magnetics, amongst others; all designed to facilitate creativity, especially for architects and interior designers.

Xavier Jouvet, Group Marketing & Purchasing Director at Antalis International, commented: “With THE BOOK, we wanted to inspire all designers out there, while also supporting the development of printing technology in the world of personalised design. Interior designers, printers and brand owners all agree on the importance of personalisation, and its impact on creativity. We are thus delighted to see all those visions of design and hope that they will inspire others to achieve even greater creativity.”

A winner in the Office Category for its impressive display of artistic print in an extraordinary wrapping project was Graphicomm Digital’s ‘metamorphosis’ of an old shipping container transformed into a stunning hillside art piece. Graphicomm Digital created a camouflage wrap using a number of high-resolution photographs of the surrounding landscape of the container, enabling it to be seamlessly integrated into the countryside scene using Coala 2d Dynamic Polymeric Gloss White for printing and wrapping and finished with Coala 2D Matt Laminate for extra protection.

In the Public Building Category, Phil Wrighton, Project Lead at Juice Creative Design, submitted his work on the award-winning ‘Murder, Mystery and Mayhem’ exhibition at the King Richard III Visitor Centre in Leicester; a highly visual introduction to the tumultuous times that surrounded King Richard III as he rose to power. He submitted the project for consideration after being impressed by the “high-quality durable and detailed finish” of Coala Silky Wallcover Textile used for the project.

With an exclusive run of copies, THE BOOK attempts to collate the varied artistic styles that exist worldwide, all whilst opening up the realm of possibilities to professionals in the interior design sector.

A limited number of copies of THE BOOK are now available. Simply enter your details at to register for a free copy

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