LONG BEACH, Calif. (May 2017) – Metropolitan West (MetWest), a leading provider and installer of decorative wall coverings, decorative glass film, custom film and graphic solutions, has launched a dry-erase product that integrates creative office design with a collaborative professional environment. peerhatch is a durable, writable surface with custom graphics infused into the entire dry erase subsurface, providing unlimited possibilities to rival traditional whiteboards and paint-on solutions. The graphics can encompass the entire wall, whether it’s a small wall covering or every inch of a sprawling conference room. These proprietary dry-erase surfaces are fully customizable, easy to maintain, resilient and eliminate “ghosting,” – the lingering residue from markers that is nearly impossible to remove. Known for its artistic wall coverings and visually stunning decorative films, MetWest is bringing the same level of what founder Kelly Taylor calls “WOWification” to writable surfaces with peerhatch. “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,” Taylor said.
“When peerhatch is installed in your office, it serves as the creative background to your business.” The demand for such a product has come from commercial property managers and construction contractors as well as interior designers and architects who are looking to stay competitive by giving their tenants the best solutions. Recently, a 10,000-square-foot installation designed, fabricated and installed at the Edmunds headquarters in Santa Monica, California was named an American Architecture Prize silver winner. It is believed to be the largest writable wall solution in the world.