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Are you thinking of redecorating your office or studio? MSD 3D decorative panels offer a wide range of possibilities, and can also be customized with your chosen design. The possibilities are endless!
MSD 3D decorative panels are available in multiple finishes, providing you with a variety of options when decorating the walls in your workplace.
Each of our finishes has its own story and its reflection in natural elements, but always related to the landscapes of South-east Asia, where the beautiful, serene flowers that inspire our 3D panels are more spectacular. Fancy getting close up on this exquisite attraction?
Our panels allow incredible combinations, enabling you to decorate your wall full of volume and style. They are also very easy to install and extraordinarily resistant.
MSD 3D decorative panels are so simple to assemble, just follow these three easy steps:
Check that the surface to be covered is firm, smooth, clean and free from traces of other materials that may affect the adhesive. Level the panels with respect to the ground to ensure each one is correctly placed.
Apply the adhesive on the back of the panel.
Place the panel on the wall and press for a few seconds, until it is securely fixed.
All our models can be customized, by applying paint to the panel.
Contact our commercial department to consult about other finishing options.
MSD Panels has recently participated in the installation of an impressive artistic design for the Christchurch Art Gallery Te Puna o Waiwhetū. Our distributor’s team in New Zealand, with specialist Sam at the helm, has brought to life the work of the designers Jess Johnson and Simon Ward.
The artistic project called Genetekker Archaic (bunker), 2018, deploys a large mural that covers the exterior of the building with a work of art using the technique of paint and vinyl applications and MSD panels in dark rough red brick.
The Genetekker Archaic exhibition arises from the collaboration of Jess Johnson & Simon Ward to create a unique work of art based on early computer games. Their mutual love for video games on the “pacman” platform has promoted this collaborative project by the two creatives, who live in Wellington.
Johnson’s extraordinarily detailed drawings of imaginary worlds provide the starting point for the Bunker building in the aforementioned art gallery forecourt, which turns into the “cover” of an all-encompassing, imaginative medieval fantasy game.
The digital screens Bayleys Knight Frank Foyer of the Gallery show animated scenes of the imaginary game, rendered in pixel art, an aesthetic derived from the first video games.
Eventually, the artists plan to develop a playable video game as an extension of this project. The exhibition was inaugurated on November 14, 2018.
A classic activity at the end of the year is to take stock of the trends most followed during the period coming to an end. Today we present how we see some new fashions that are beginning to take off as future favourites for designers.
The New Year is synonymous with renewal, change and an opportunity to leave our “comfort zone” and venture out to try new and different styles. Some of the most popular currents of interior design will be prolonged during 2019, others will be expanded and their limits explored, and we will also find original and surprising surprises.
Instant warmth and naturalness are guaranteed with the use of natural wood. Next year also, will see its use spread to the kitchen, where it will replace the pure white imposed by the influence of Scandinavian style. Super refreshing
Earthy colors and greens
Orange, toasted tones, sienna and green are fashionable in home décor. Sage green combined with salmon pink is one of next season’s discoveries.
Try them on room finishings where you would never have imagined them before, like the kitchen or the bathroom. Applied on 3D MAGNOLIA panels, they contribute a unique and original atmosphere that leaves no one indifferent.
Furniture with curved lines is in: sofas, chairs and armchairs appear more fluid and organic.
Prints are soft and are on a white or cream background.
Contrast in black
Black is the new white: although white walls provide light, the effect of a completely black wall or ceiling provides a very interesting contrast.
Looking at the ceiling
Ceiling finishings are no longer boring, with their bright colors and geometric designs.