Our client was looking for a unique “metal brush” look for a splashback in the kitchen area. The material for the job required to be fire retardant, durable flexible and easy to clean. Furthermore it also had to be versatile in terms of the actual design since the client was after a tailored pattern.

After designing the graphic on the computer and fitting it to the individual  size of the kitchen board, we simply printed it onto a roll of textile glass and installed it onto the wall. One coat of sealer was applied after a short drying time and the customized splashback was ready to go.


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Ronny was born in former East Germany and describes himself as a world citizen and creative superhero. He is the founder of DSGN Kartell as well as a director for the Green Building Institute Australia. Grown up where “sustainability” was a necessity to survive, he developed a broad skill set and a very creative mind. Home & product designer, sustainability advocate, businessman, photographer – Ronny is wearing many hats (literally).

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