Architectural Film: New Interior Finishing Material 

Architectural Film: New Interior Finishing Material 

 

Have you ever walked into a building and found that the way it is decorated takes your breath away? The first thing anyone sees when walking into any building is the layout and design. Typically, the person’s first impression of that building is the ultimate judging point on whether they are comfortable being in it or not.

That is the impact of interior design and how the layout and finishes used can have a positive or negative effect on the people working, living or visiting in the building. The first impression is a lasting one, and you want to make it count.

Interior Finishing

Before delving more into this blog post, let us talk about what interior finishing means. Interior finish is considered to be the exposed interior surfaces of a building – such as plaster, wood, wallpaper, paint etc. Here are several aspects to interior finishing:

  1. Interior wall and ceiling finish
  2. Interior floor finish
  3. Decorative materials and trim

However, in this article, we will be focusing more on interior wall and ceiling finishes rather than floor finishes.

Common Types of Interior Finishes

Interior finishes are used to describe interior space elements that are fixed into place – and are considered non-structural elements that have a decorative and/or functional purpose. Some of the common types of interior finishing geared towards walls and ceilings are:

  • Interior doors (commercial doors and windows etc.)
  • Lighting (accent lights, LED, energy efficient etc.)
  • Wall treatments (plaster, wood, wallpaper, vinyl, accent features etc.)
  • Ceiling treatments
  • Posts and columns
  • Plumbing fixtures

You can choose the right type of interior finish by analyzing the use of your building and how the people in that building work in the space provided to them. The goal of interior finishing is to maximize the space in both aesthetic appeal and functionality.

Architectural Film: New Interior Finishing Material 

Architectural Film – A New Star of Interior Finishes

Architectural film is an innovative self-adhesive film that can stick to almost any surface. The finish of the film has the goal of transforming any space of your choosing with less downtime and labour. It comes in countless designs, is durable, easy to maintain and provides stunning aesthetics.

It can be applied in many different types of buildings and settings such as:

  1. Residential
  2. Commercial
  3. Transport vehicles

The main benefits of architectural design, other than providing a sleek and modern look to any space is that it is:

  • Durable and high quality – it can last longer than classical solutions.
  • Adaptable – the material type makes it easy for it to adapt to any surface and shape.
  • Customizable – any design can be printed onto the material, making it an easy solution to keeping up with the modern day-to-day trends.
  • Cost Efficient – it can be applied for a fraction of the cost of traditional renovations, with the same visual result.
  • Clean – it is easy to clean and maintain.

Architectural film is a hidden gem in the interior decorating industry, because of the seemingly limitless options that it provides.

 

BODAQ – A World Leading Brand of Architectural Film  

BODAQ architectural film is considered to be a high quality surface material for interior surface design. The company is a part of Hyundai Department Store group and is a key player in the Asian, European and North American market.

BODAQ offers a high quality material in a limitless range of designs at very competitive prices. With BODAQ, the older renovation methods are rendered obsolete, as architectural interior design becomes a part of the modern trend. 

Types of BODAQ Interior Finishes

All of our BODAQ interior finishes have a variety of patterns, textures and styles that aim to recreate an authentic and realistic feel to any space with a high quality design and impeccable finish. The types of BODAQ interior finishes are:

 

  1. Wood Patterns: we have a range of wood themed patterns in varying shades from a dark brown oak to a light cream ebony. These wood themed patterns are realistic and offer a more polished and cleaner look to a wall, ceiling or door.
  2. Stone & Marble Patterns: these stone and marble design offer that much sought after aesthetic without the cold feeling that regular stone and marble come with. You can go as light as faded white marble to as dark as an onyx coloured stone pattern.
  3. Metal Patterns: want a cool look without the risk of scratched or marred metal? This metal pattern finish is your go-to! You can add an elegance to a space with a soft brushed gold metal, or add an edgier look with a dark brushed silver metal.
  4. Leather Patterns: adding the aesthetic of leather brings a more unique touch to any interior space – especially if it is used as an accent wall. With various leather designs and shades (such as a caramel leather or a classic silver and black leather), you can spruce up a space easily.
  5. Texture Patterns: textures in interior design are known for being notoriously difficult to maintain, whether it is because of the low quality of the texture or the constant wear and tear. With architectural film, you can imitate any texture without the maintenance.
  6. Fabric Patterns: fabrics can be aesthetically pleasing but there is no denying that they  can be very hard to clean. Architectural films can convey the appearance of fabric without the hassle of constant maintenance – whether it is brushed brown fabric or a dark grey brushed fabric.

Benefits of BODAQ Interior Finishes

BODAQ puts the safety of their clients at the forefront of their minds. Several of the ways they do it are with: 

  1. Fire-rated material: we use building materials that are considered to be the highest rated fire resistant materials around. We ensure that the interior cab of an elevator are clad in fire-resistant materials only.
  2. No formaldehyde: when people are using our elevators, we ensure that they are safe by using no formaldehyde as it is an irritant that can cause a variety of respiratory problems.
  3. NoVOC: we use products and substances that emit none or low rates of Volatile Organic Compounds – leading to a healthier elevator space.
  4. No Heavy Metals: we minimize the risk of metal toxicity or metal poisoning by ensuring our usage of heavy metals is low and safe for users to be around.
  5. Mold-resistant: we use mold resistant materials made to withstand moist, humid conditions. This will prevent fungal growth, and ensure the health of any elevator occupants.
  6. LEED positive material: We use materials that are considered a Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design – ensuring that any of our commercial building projects earn a high rating.

If you need to improve any interior space, BODAQ can help you out with our durable, easy to maintain and customizable architectural films.

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