Perforated stretch ceilings
Perforated stretch ceilings is one of the current best-selling interior design trends. Those ceilings are next-generation ceilings opening up new creative possibilities.
A perforated ceiling structure is always a combination of two sheets. One sheet is used as a bottom, or a background, sheet whereas the other one is cut artistically. Both sheets are installed at a short distance from each other (or very close to each other) creating an interesting visual effect.
A cutting plotter supports fast and precise cutting of any images with a minimum hole diameter up to 2,5 mm over sheets up to 500 cm wide.
The holes can be of any size and shape, and will remain intact over time; they do not sag or distort even under differential temperatures.
Stretch ceiling is an important interior design element that serves to create a unique and personal atmosphere in any sort of environment. As a matter of fact, the range of stretch ceilings application is limitless.
Back-lit perforated stretch ceilings
Quite often, matte-finish sheets are used for the background whereas top layers are of gloss finish, which enhances the illusion of depth bringing out a sort of 3D effect. Light, or, to be more precise, LED back-lighting is widely used to make that 3D effect even more striking. A combination of different types of lighting can produce stunning visual effects!