References digital print
If special solutions are required, Junkers & Müllers is a competent and fair partner. Our textiles are used in many areas. Here are a number of examples of the various usages:
Theater Krefeld / Mönchengladbach
For the opera production in the theater Krefeld / Mönchengladbach, Junkers & Müllers contributed with textile competence to the success of the stage design. Among the extensive collection of specially developed digital printable textiles, the quality Ventex was chosen for this project. This is not the first time, as for the operas "A Maskenball" by Giuseppe Verdi, Pietro Mascagni's opera "Cavalleria rusticana" and "Gianni Schicchi" by Giacomo Puccini, digitally printable textiles from Junkers & Müllers decorated the opera stage.
The ski hall in Neuss
Mediatex® Presto covers the ceiling of the Neuss skiing hall. The highest quality of printing luminosity ensures excellent images printed onto the material which clothes the ceiling above the whole of the gastronomy and entrance areas of the ski hall in a blue sky with fluffy white clouds.
Museum X - the outside facade of a museum
The Abteiberg Museum in Mönchengladbach had to temporarily move into the vacant town theatre, which literally received a facelift for the occasion. Digitally printed fabric was stretched onto frame constructions to create the perfect
illusion of an aggregate concrete facade.
Mediatex® Presto – operetta in Kufstein
The stage setting of the summer operetta in Kufstein has now twice been formed using Mediatex® Presto. Large-scale digital prints on this product determine the entire stage setting. Mediatex® Presto was developed in conjunction with the graphics industry specifically for use in this industry.
Mediatex® Bermuda - Chilled Food Counters at Kaisers-Tengelmann
Kaisers Tengelmann, one of Germany’s largest groceries retailers, was faced with the following question: “How can I communicate to my customers that the store is open until 9pm or later, but the cheese, cold meats and meat counters stop serving from 8pm?” Thesing Sonnenschutztechnik and Junkers & Müllers were able to offer a tailor-made solution: from 8pm onwards, all fresh food counters disappear behind digitally printed vertical screens which can be let down on the push of a button or by remote control.