“Ananti Penthouse Invitation”
Since 2014, Pacom has worked on a book project for Emerson Pacific Group.
About Ananti Penthouse
The Ananti Penthouse is premium resort condominium complexes near Seoul and in Busan.
The penthouses took a lengthy 5 years to complete. Be it the construction, the interior, the sufficient natural lighting and environmental planning, were all done by the professionals in each field. The best feature was its Eco-friendly IMTEC system that uses an automated cold/hot water running system throughout the resort to adjusting the indoor temperature. To simplify there is no air conditioner and heater in the penthouse be it summer or winter. The guests will be able to enjoy the abundant green shower throughout their stay for total relaxation.
Emerson Pacific Group is widely known for its Ananti chain of a golf and resort operator.
In 2014 Emerson Pacific gave public notice of a printing bid and Pacom Korea had participated in a tender.
Emerson Pacific chose to work with Pacom Korea because Pacom Korea provides one stop integrated solution, from planning to final delivery as well as competitive price. And they impressed our tight control on paper and raw material supplies, delivery, and cost which makes it possible for us to return significant savings to our customer.
To celebrate opening premium resort in Busan, special invitation was made. What makes this invitation so special is the physical size of the invitation compared to normal invitation made by the card format. Because they love to show Ananti Penthouse surrounded with beautiful landscape and nature.
The invitation was printed using coated paper stock and varnishes are applied to the entire printing surface in order to give the page a smooth and consistent texture but also having the added benefit of sealing the printed material to help preserve it better.
To express the leather texture on cover, Embossing coating was applied.
A unique feature of the invitation is saddle stitch without staples. Bookbinding tools designed to insert band into the spine (saddle) of folded printed matter.
Emerson Pacific was pleased with the result of test printing done by Pacom. Since 2014, they use Pacom for printing of the bi-monthly publication, Ananti Pent House.