Lintec Graphic Films is displaying its latest range of glass manifestation solutions at 100% Design (Stand O330, 17-20 September 2014, Earls Court, London). Appealing to the architecture and design, retail, Point-of-Sale (POS), leisure and hospitality sectors, the leading specialist film supplier is demonstrating the visual and functionary capabilities of its high quality non-PVC film range, including new heat-absorbent, repositionable and decorative films.
With glass ever more ubiquitous in modern architecture, designers, architects, brand specifiers, facilities managers and environment specialists are increasingly looking to incorporate it into their latest designs and propositions to provide and transform natural light. Recognising this trend, Lintec Graphic Films has introduced a number of new products to its comprehensive product portfolio. All glazing films possess outstanding green credentials and are easy-to-install and remove, making them one of the most flexible and potentially understated tools in an artist’s toolbox, with the capability to install durable, timeless designs that can be refreshed with ease.
On the stand
Lintec Graphic Films is showcasing a range of vibrant and eye-catching applications for windows and glass walls, including Vitrocolour, an optically film that can transforms glass into vibrant advertising, design and corporate identity opportunities, Vitroflip and Vitroshift to create the illusion of a ‘moving’ image and Dot-on-dot to create different ambiences on the different sides of the glass, ideal for office partitions.
Visitors will also see a number of new products on show for the first time:
HeatCut – a revolutionary new optically clear film that rejects up to 63% of the heat generated by the sun. Applied to windows that are most exposed to sunshine, the film regulates the room temperature, equalising costs and underpinning a business’ environmental policy.
“We have noticed a real penchant for glass from end users of our film range” says Andy Voss, Managing Director of Lintec Graphic Films. “Our glass manifestation treatments enable designers to devise vibrant, eye-catching displays that can support and enhance the ambience of any building. With the addition of HeatCut and RePop, our portfolio is as flexible and dynamic as it has ever been, and we’re looking forward to having some very creative and exciting discussions with the eclectic range of visitors who attend 100% Design.”