The performance of Dip-Tech’s digital ceramic printing enables high resolution and scratch resistance, which is ideal for indoor applications. The precise printing can either print high-resolution photorealistic images or simulate a material such as metal, wood, marble or even gold.
The Ashland Residential tower
|Location ||New York |
|Architects ||SPAN Architecture |
|Printed by ||GGI |
The Ashland, a luxury residential tower in Brooklyn, New York, features various panels of 3-ply laminated glass with Dip-Tech’s digital printing technology. This project presents a very impressive showcase using golden patterns and creating a comprehensive appearance for the entire office, using printed wall covers, windows, and doors.
Museum of the Bible
|Location ||Washington, DC |
|Architects ||SmithGroupJJR |
|Artist ||Larry Kirkland |
|Printed by ||Skydesign |
The new museum of the Bible in Southwest D.C features an ideal use of indoor digital printing. Transformed from a 1920 warehouse into an intriguing, interactive showplace for interpreting the world’s most famous book. In its interiors, artist Larry Kirkland collaborated with the Architects to create a digital replica of a handwritten canticle from an ancient manuscript from Egypt.
The grid shower
|Location ||USA |
|Architects & designer ||Woon-Tech Design Division |
|Printed by ||HMI Cardinal |
Another great example of digital possibilities is found in shower doors. The Grid Shower design finds its roots in the metal ‘mullioned’ grid showers that are in demand in the marketplace today. Noticing that grid showers made of traditional metal and glass were challenging to clean, the designers utilized Dip-Tech printing to build a shower enclosure that looks exactly like the oil rubbed bronze grids.