Hospitality projects of all sizes are brimming with bold graphics courtesy of technological advances in digital printing. Astek Wallcoverings, which uses UV digital printers and zero-VOC UV cured inks, creates large-scale graphics from initial design to final print. This 360-degree approach has cemented the California-based company as an industry trailblazer with an extensive portfolio to match. Browse eight projects rejuvenated by Astek’s digital prints and custom murals.
The Linq Hotel & Casino, recently refreshed by Elkus Manfredi Architects, features one of three custom digitally printed murals by Astek inside each of the 2,300 guest rooms.
Astek developed a custom graphic window that provides privacy and visual interest inside the new Waldorf Astoria Beverly Hills leasing office by Project Dynamics.
When Stanford Hotels renovated the Hilton Woodland Hills in California, they turned to Astek’s in-house design studio, who created custom artwork unobscured by furniture or headboards.
HOK’s three-year renovation of the iconic Intercontinental New York Barclay saw the installation of hand-painted murals—each printed on Type II vinyl and finished with detailed moulding—that pay homage to NYC’s history.
Forrest Perkins customized Astek’s “Wall of Sound” mural, a nod to the city’s rich musical heritage printed on gold mylar, inside each guest room at the Cambria Hotel Nashville.
Astek designer Kayla Burdon hand-painted the Delta Vancouver Suites’ bold watercolor murals designed by CHIL Interior Design of B + H Architects.
To develop this custom mural for the lobby of HVS Design’s Embassy Row Hotel in Washington D.C., Astek printed designer Cara Lowe’s hand-painted cherry blossoms on Type II gold mylar.
Rooms inside the Eau Palm Beach Resort & Spa, designed by Jonathan Adler, feature white wallpaper with silver bamboo detailing in the entryway and fish scale wallpaper in blues, greens, and silver accents in the restroom.