Japanese screens

Japanese screen with custom design


  • Textiles (high-quality synthetic polyester) 
  • 1-6 sliding sections with a respective overlap of 30 mm
  • 12 fabrics textures to choose from  (cotton, celvet, satin, wool & linen)
  • 6 with anti-fire treatment M1 certification
  • Digital sublimation printing

Create a Japanese and Zen interior design at your home! 

Virtuoz'Art proposes customized replication of your favorite artwork using the dimensions and number of panels selected for your Japanese screens. It can be done after choosing from 12 fabric textures, which have varying degrees of transparency, and an optional inner satin lining for each panel.

After more than 12 months, our expert team has chosen 12 Virtuoz'Art fabrics, which were selected in order to use the best method for digital sublimation printing on synthetic polyester. The choice was made according to very specific qualitative standards like textures (cotton, velvet, satin, silk, wool & linen), high-quality rendering of the artworks and high abrasion resistance - Martindale test.

Furthermore, 6 of the proposed fabrics are with fire-resistant treatment M1 certifiaction (presence of the logo in their presentation label) and can be used in public reception area (cafes, hotels, restaurants, companies, etc.)

Fabric sublimation is an advanced digital printing technique, which consists in printing images on a polyester fabric medium using inks that are specially designed to vaporize under the influence of heat and pressure: they are thus embedded into the mesh of the textile, without modifying either its quality or feel. 
The images are reproduced in a high resolution, with vivid colors and have an outstanding durability. 

The sublimation method is also environmentally friendly: the inks used are manufactured with water and the printed media are made from polyester (a more environmentally friendly material than cotton, for example, whose cultivation requires large amounts of water and pesticides).  


Customized japanese screens
Artist Serge Antigny - Transposition fruitée 3





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