Motifs 31.127.1 and 31.129.1 printed on CS-acrovyn® panels
Client: Hospital Eichstätt (Germany), Architects: BEEG Lemke Architekten GmbH,
Panel print: CS Group GmbH, Assembly on site by the company: Wandschutz-Nielsen
The high-quality boards are scratch and impact resistant in the best fire behaviour class B-s1, d0. They are easy to clean and have chemical resistance. They are free of PVC, PBT and other harmful additives and are recyclable.
Photos: Andreas Wolf, Wandschutz-Nielsen
Motif 24.085.1 milled in acoustic panels
in the Canteen of the office building K8, Kaltenbornweg 8, 50678 Köln-Deutz / Germany
Pattern development and adaptation of the motif to the template specifications of the company akustik +, Implementation in 3 hole sizes with 2.5 / 2.0 / 1.5 mm diameter,
Grid: 4 mm, Total quantity: approx. 75 m2
More information and photos about the project > UKW Innenarchitekten
Architecture: UKW Innenarchitekten, Krefeld, Germany
Realization: installations by Manufact Tischlerei GmbH, Panel production Akustik +
Architecture photos: Jens Kirchner
in the guesthouse of Schloss Weißenbrunn, Germany
The motif of the series “Wallpaper – Paperwall” was printed on wallpaper using high-quality digital printing. The walls enclose a modern bathroom built into the historic rooms.
Interior design: Elisabeth Dicker, Coburg,
Architectural photographer: Rainer Brabec, Coburg
Generative design for a light installation
at Stadthaus Bonn for the opening of the Beethoven Year 2020
For this interactive installation, I was commissioned by the artist team Felix Müller and Nils-R. Schultze to visually design the 70-meter high façade. The team developed the overall concept and is the winner of the light art competition BTHVN 2020. Altogether there were installations on display at 9 different locations in downtown Bonn from 14.12. to 22.12.2019. More Information about all installations www.nachleuchten.com
Here is a impression of my interactive facade design > Video
The composer Sven Helbig has arranged ten motifs from works by Beethoven in such a way that they sound harmonious together. Ferdinand Streicher tentable multitouch solutions provided technical support and programming for the interactive performance.
Photos: Karsten Bartel, Kathrin Kreitmeyer
Motif 24.083.1 in the new building of company DOMICO / Austria
For the new company headquarters of DOMICO KG, known for the production of innovative roof, wall and facade systems, ornament control’s motif 24.083.1 was chosen by Atelier Burgstaller for sheet steel acoustic ceiling panels.
“These white ‘Akustico’ acoustic elements … represent a calm, undulating movement, similar to a sand dune. Inside the work environment a balanced calm is maintained, even with intense business activity and frequency”. (Quote from ‘domico-report-06-2019’)
The assignment was to modify motif 24.083.1 for a repeat pattern of 4 elements in a staggered arrangement. In addition the graphic implementation for a straight row perforation, with three hole sizes, and the adaptation to 5 different panel lengths was executed. Photos: domico.at
You can find more information about Akustico-elements here: www.domico.at
Various floral motifs at the Elblandklinikum Riesa
Adaptation of pattern repeat and colour for motif 24.081.1 for wall design of the corridors. Pattern repeat over 10 stripes, Total quantity/area of corridor wallpaper: 250 m2 in 2 colors, 15 image sections cropped from 7 different floral motifs for rooms and waiting areas,
Total quantity of wallpapers: approx. 120 m2, printed on non-woven wallpaper 150 g/m2
Project: Clinical center Elbland region Riesa, Weinbergstraße 8, 01589 Riesa / Germany
Architecture: HDR inc. Leipzig, Realization: Malerbetrieb (painting company) Color-Haus-Design Riesa, wallpaper printing via ornament control, Interiore photo: Jochen Stüber
Perforated sheets for the renovation of Banque Raiffeisen in Yvonand / Switzerland
The motif was selected by the company Gehri AG for discretion wall, ATM cladding and counter shelf. The hole pattern was adapted by ornament control and supplied in 11 production-ready DXF data sets.
More information and photos of the project can be found here: www.gehri.ch
at the PIURE stand at the International Furniture Fair
The assignment: Adaptation and printing of two variants of motif 31.132.1 on high-quality non-woven wallpaper, 150 g/m2, dimensions per wall: 650 cm (w) x 400 cm (h)
The customer: Piure GmbH / Germany
Project: Trade show booth IMM Cologne 2019 / Germany
Realization: viva Messe- und Ausstellungsbau GmbH,
wallpaper printing via ornament control
Different photo motifs in the “NewYork-Presbyterian” Hospital
For the “David H. Koch Center” of the NewYork-Presbyterian, newly opened in 2018,
12 different photo motifs were selected for the reception and waiting area as well as the treatment rooms of the “Integrative Health” department and printed on pannels in NY.
NewYork-Presbyterian, Architecture: PEI COBB Freed & Partners,
Interior Design: HOK, NY
Various motifs of ornament control at HT System.
With its modular products and systems, HT System offers flexible, innovative solutions for the interior construction. From individual components, modular wall systems, door and ceiling systems up to complete room concepts in glass and metal.
HT System are room systems for new buildings, modernizations and refurbishment of social institutions, care and nursing homes, retirement homes, student residences and dormitories, rooms in public buildings, hotels and much more. The printing of ornament control motifs is done on metal, glass or composite materials.
More information can be found at: www.htsystem.eu
Dots in the new office of Trabitzsch Dittrich Architekten GmbH Hamburg.
Non-woven wallpaper from ornament control with motif 24.033.1 in the conference room of the architect’s office. The same motif was also used as a template for the privacy screen. For this, the motif was plotted from self-adhesive film with a frosted glass look.
Photos: I. Benovic, Trabitzsch Dittrich Architekten GmbH
in a single-family house in Montreal
I take the liberty of publishing here an email which the builder and resident of the house has sent to me. This feedback and the really nice house made me very happy!
“Hello Mrs. Kreitmeyer, I am writing this short message to thank you again for your talent and professionalism. During the renovation of our house in Montreal in 2016, we decided to use one of the hole patterns distributed by Ornament control. We faced some technical difficulties to create the mobile steel panel with 18.000 holes on it. You offered us great technical advice and support until we succeed. Our renovations were finished a couple of years ago and the aesthetic result was outstanding. The mobile perforated steel panel represents without any doubt one of the key architectural features of our house. Here, I am sending you a few links that will show you the final result. J. A., Montreal-Canada”
Citti-Park Lübeck / Germany _ Motif 21.029.1 on glass
The assignment: Motif 21.029.1, Design Kathrin Kreitmeyer, Production of variants of the motive 21.029.1 for 9 elevator portals with different dimensions. A total of 36 different files cropping for the glass direct printing.
The customer: Citti-Park Lübeck / Germany, Project: Elevator portals in the Citti-Park, 23566 Lübeck, Herrenholz 14 / Germany
Architecture: Architekt BDA Markus Derfler, Hamburg, www.bdsarchitects.com
Realization: Glass direct printing and installation by Wurr Glasbau GmbH, www.wurr.com
Completion: 2016, Photos: M. Schormann
Motif: Kimiko / extratapete, Design: Kathrin Kreitmeyer
SushiShop is a French franchise that sells sushi and Japanese food in general. Since 2000, over 90 restaurants have been opened in France, Belgium and other countries. Altogether, these subsidiaries earn over 110 Million Euros a year.
The assignment: The design of the walls is pivotal to creating a restaurant’s ambiance. Therefore, SushiShop had beensearching for a large scale, defining motive, with the capacity to give the company’s restaurants botha Japanese touch and a homogeneous look. In 2007, the shop designers chose the motive “Kimiko” from the #4 Extratapete collection, design Kathrin Kreitmeyer. Following further coordination with the franchise and the architecture offices, extratapete have been constantly producing new Kimikos for new SuhiShops.
Extratapete _ photo wallpapers
Kathrin Kreitmeyer created the 2nd collection “Summer” in 2003 and the 4th collection “Total Floral” in 2005 for her company extratapete. These collections helped to make the photo wallpaper “presentable” once again (after a long recess) and remove it from its most common environment in the house bar, hobby cellar, or home sauna corner.
The designs of her modern photo wallpapers set the right tone and struck a collective chord: they are neither too garish nor bold, neither too realistic or banal. They are simply just the right background that provides enough room for one’s own “imagination” to unfold.
Her motifs “Yasumi” and “Kimiko” are among the companies bestsellers.
All photo wallpapers can be ordered at www.extratapete.de.
Extratapete _ patterned and graphic wallpapers
In 2001 Kathrin Kreitmeyer designed the motifs for “Classic,” the first collection with which extratapete, founded by Kreitmeyer and Matthias Gerber in Berlin in 2002, hit the market. “Classic” represents a reevaluation of the tired and traditional patterned wallpaper: a hint of retro combined with a touch of déjà vu—but modernized and produced in the modern digital era. The motifs modulate living climates from “loud” to “quiet,” close the gap between tension and letting go, between clean-cut and shabby-chic. Additional designs for patterned and graphic wallpapers followed between 2004 and 2011. The motifs from the collection “Tracks” made waves with its special silk-screen printing technique, and the collection “Digital Baroque” redefined digital decadence.
More information and wallpapers at www.extratapete.de
Design bei Extratapete
Vogue / Dumont Verlag
VOGUE JAPAN, 01-2008: Fabulous!
DUMONT VERLAG, 04-2008: „Wohndesign Deutschland – Die Klassiker“
The third collection of Extratapete – a classic of German home design! In a comprehensive overview of more than 150 years of German design history, compiled by well-known design author Bernd Polster and published by Dumont Verlag, Collection 3 was selected as an outstanding example for 2005.
Design bei Extratapete
Art / Page / Form
ART, 02-2005: Der Stil ist tot – es lebe die Idee!
Das Zeitalter der weissen Rauhfasertapete geht zu Ende. Nirgends ist das deutlicher zu spüren als in dem Tapetenshop, den Matthias Gerber und Kathrin Kreitmeyer im Berliner Bezirk Prenzlauer Berg betreiben. (…)
PAGE, 11-2003: Grafikdesign ohne Grenzen (…)
Eher als Interior Designer verstehen sich die Kreativen von Extratapete, die beispielsweise schon in dem neuen Gebäude von DaimlerChrysler am Potsdamer Platz einen Raum mit eigens entworfenen und produzierten Tapeten gestalteten. (…)
FORM, 01-2003: Mutierte Muster
Bei Anruf Druck. Die Berliner Extratapete halten nicht nur eigene Muster wie „Marie“ und „Jo“ für die Wand bereit, sondern realisieren auch Motive nach Wunsch. (…)