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Materialised

``We strive to make a positive difference to our community, our industry, our clients and those occupying the spaces we furnish” - Gary Price, founder of Materialised.

Materialised specialise in digital printing on fire-retardant fabrics and wall-vinyls, where one can customise or select from their extensive collections.

This is an Australian family-owned company, that is phenomenally innovative, and has been supplying high-performance textiles for over forty years. Incredibly enthusiastic, energetic and supportive, they are a joy to work with.

Using a superior print technology one can select from their library or print your own designs. These can then be applied to dozens of base fabrics, ensuring precise performance outcomes for any and every situation.  Materialised operate the fastest, wide-width textile digital printer in Australia. Lightning fast, 2 weeks of normal production, is now completed in only one and a half days.

'Typoflora' create verdant leafy and floral designs.
'Jimmy Pike' crafted and themed after an indigenous Australian artist.
The Ovolo Woolloomooloo by Hassell Studio, who designed multiple graphics for bedheads.

Materialised’s WeaveUp tool allows you to choose, customise and create your very own print designs.

This is a web-based library hosting tens of thousands of designs from designers and artists around the world. One can then easily print on fabrics or vinyl wall coverings.

Designed by Typoflora
Lobby of ANZ Bank, Sylvia Park in Auckland, New Zealand.

To the right is a jacquard weave and to the left a printed version by Materialised whose dye sublimation process allows for subtle printing that doesn’t affect the fabric’s performance.

To see more spend some time on Materialised’s comprehensive website, we recommend taking a good look at their ever expanding case studies: materialised.com

``We strive to make a positive difference to our community, our industry, our clients and those occupying the spaces we furnish” - Gary Price, founder of Materialised.
Materialised specialise in digital printing on fire-retardant fabrics and wall-vinyls, where one can customise or select from their extensive collections.
This is an Australian family-owned company, that is phenomenally innovative, and has been supplying high-performance textiles for over forty years. Incredibly enthusiastic, energetic and supportive, they are a joy to work with.

Using a superior print technology one can select from their library or print your own designs. These can then be applied to dozens of base fabrics, ensuring precise performance outcomes for any and every situation.  Materialised operate the fastest, wide-width textile digital printer in Australia. Lightning fast, 2 weeks of normal production, is now completed in only one and a half days.

'Typoflora' create verdant leafy and floral designs.
'Jimmy Pike' crafted and themed after an indigenous Australian artist.
The Ovolo Woolloomooloo by Hassell Studio, who designed multiple graphics for bedheads.

“People with taste will find me.” Florence Broadhurst quoted in The Australian Women’s Weekly, August 25, 1965. Fans of the Australian design legend, Florence Broadhurst, can now purchase her wallpaper and fabric designs from Materialised.

Materialised’s WeaveUp tool allows you to choose, customise and create your very own print designs.

This is a web-based library hosting tens of thousands of designs from designers and artists around the world. One can then easily print on fabrics or vinyl wall coverings.

Designed by Typoflora
Lobby of ANZ Bank, Sylvia Park in Auckland, New Zealand.
To the right is a jacquard weave and to the left a printed version by Materialised whose dye sublimation process allows for subtle printing that doesn’t affect the fabric’s performance.

To see more spend some time on Materialised’s comprehensive website, we recommend taking a good look at their ever expanding case studies: materialised.com

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