Papergraphics has supported traditional graphics and signage company, Centurion Signs, on several recent interior projects using its Digimura wallcovering products, to achieve fantastic results.
Following attending at one of Papergraphics’ ‘Doing More with Interiors’ days at its regional customer centre in Paisley, Centurion Signs, based in East Kilbride, has now completed several installs using Papergraphics’ Digimura 2.1 wallcovering, with more in the pipeline.
The first of these was at Kilmarnock Football Club’s ground, Rugby Park, where an elegant photographic design, created specifically for the club to celebrate their history, was used to invoke a modern and totally bespoke décor finish in their prestigious Champions’ Lounge. Having worked with the historic ‘Killie’ club for some time, Centurion originally installed a self-adhesive vinyl for this particular project. However, the approach changed following the Interiors event they attended at Papergraphics, as Gordon Duff, managing director at Centurion explained: ‘We have worked with Papergraphics for years and thought the opportunity to attend its Interiors day was one we couldn’t pass up. The day itself was great and I took away a lot of new information that I could use for my business. One of the things that really stood out was the legislation and standards relating to the installation of wallcoverings. For me, it cemented how important it was to use the right type of product for the application. We subsequently booked our installer team onto Papergraphics’ wallcovering application course in order to understand the regulations and installation technique in more detail.
‘After attending the Interiors event and the training, we took the decision to go back to Kilmarnock Football Club to take down the existing self-adhesive vinyl and change it for Papergraphics’ Digimura 2.1. We wanted to give the football club and ourselves the assurance that we had installed a solution that not only meets the correct regulations, but one that looked really fantastic, and would last.’
Centurion has subsequently gone on to win several more interior décor projects, based on the specification of proper wallcoverings. The printer’s creative skill and ability is showcased most recently at the newly opened Ardnahoe Distillery on Islay, where a range of imagery and themed wall graphics complement the distillery’s exhibition tour displays, signage and décor. Centurion sat that this is its favourite project of 2019 to date.
Digimura 2.1 offers a superior quality digital wallcovering that is ideal for high traffic public and commercial spaces that must adhere to strict guidelines, high specifications and outstanding durability, even when printed. These wallcoverings are ideal for busy public areas such as the football club‘s hospitality lounge or the distillery’s visitor centre. The wallcovering also contains an anti-fungal/anti-microbial biocide, adding to the list of robust credentials and are suitable even for healthcare environments. It also holds a ‘Euroclass EN13501’ fire rating (essential for public spaces).
Digimura 2.1 is compatible with eco solvent, solvent, UV curable and latex printers and is available in five different finishes, each adding a pleasing aesthetic to the printed image or design.