EY (formerly Ernst & Young), a global leader in financial solutions, recently updated its Israel location’s office lobby. The project included a glass wall cladding project featuring a 3D wood-like texture that was realized using Dip-Tech technology. The 3D texture is complimented with Dip-Tech’s active glass appearance, a technique that allows a printed surface to change its appearance when back lit, but retain its normal appearance when not. The project process and graphics were developed by Elkeslasi Surface Design of Israel, while the glasses were printed by KH Tasarim, Istanbul, Turkey.
The Dip-Tech Extra Durable Side-1 (S1) inks used in this project were carefully formulated for interior glass surface applications using digital printing to create attractive surface designs. The inks reportedly offer: high chemical, scratch, and environmental resistance; enhanced resilience (specially designed for printing on the external side of the glass); glare and reflection reduction; environmental sustainability (free of lead and cadmium); and compliance with industry standards and durability requirements.