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Digitally printed wallpaper is extremely popular, as it can come in many textures. It’s hard wearing and doesn’t need to be overlapped on the joins, providing a beautiful seamless finish.
We suggested a clever fabric system called FabriFrame to partition the canteen serving area from the eating area which spanned across a busy thoroughfare. This solution offered some acoustic benefit in a large room and visually created a separate area for staff to relax or eat their lunch. The frames had a double-sided graphic that promoted their cars in food-related surroundings.
FabriFrame is a tension fabric system (sometimes known as a TFS) that can be mounted onto walls and other surfaces with a single-sided fabric graphic. It can also be a free-standing unit or partition, with a single or a double-facing fabric graphic.
FabriFrame can be joined together to make larger frames while keeping the graphic sections separate allowing them to be changed at different times. We can make FabriFrame any shape or size to suit your requirements.
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