“peerhatch combines the best solutions to many different architectural and interior design challenges. Not just a dry-erase board mixed with a wall mural, peerhatch has its own unique power to inspire creativity and encourage collaboration,” Kelly Taylor: CEO of peerhatch said.
Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) September 12, 2017
Today, peerhatch, the graphic infused writable wall, is expanding its market from the West Coast to the East Coast. The company, which originally launched in July 11, 2017 and has been serving the Southern California market for the past two months is now ready to tackle the national/global US market.
peerhatch, which is print veteran Kelly Taylor’s latest endeavor, offers a visually stunning alternative to whiteboards and standard writable paint and film products. They are currently the sole provider of the patent pending process of infusing customized graphics into a writable surface film, and the result is a product that is cost-efficient, easy maintenance and non-ghosting.
“peerhatch came about from visiting so many attractive locations only to have the aesthetic spoiled by unattractive dry-erase remnant shadows. There was no clean alternative, so I thought we could come up with one. Two years and a lot of hard work and experimentation later, and we did it. We cracked the code for combining a writable wall with customizable graphics. peerhatch protects an interior-design investment through a high-quality wall covering with a lifespan many, many times longer than traditional paint and film products. This fully customable, non-ghosting, easy maintenance writable wall compliments surroundings in a collaborative environment. This is peerhatch.”
One of the main goals for peerhatch is to help companies foster collaborative spaces and encourage peer interactions in both small businesses and Fortune 500-companies alike. Interior designers, architects, contractors and property managers, can use peerhatch to transform a commercial space in order to reflect and embody a company’s mission and message in an organic way.
The company already has the distinction of being the largest writable wall surface in the world with a custom 10,000-square-foot installation at the national headquarters of Edmunds in Santa Monica, Calif. This installation was part of the winning 2017 Calibre Design Award entry in the Work Extra Large space category.
Jennie Katz, A Design Partnership