We have recently supplied an interactive wall display for Inspiral Design. We produced a large sign panel message board with removable self-adhesive graphics for the general public to create messages and text, all as part of the world’s first user-generated mobile museum of Arabic photography and calligraphy.
The Coronet Cinema in south London had seen better days and its façade was to be restored as part of a local area regeneration programme. To generate and maintain local interest in the project, it had been decided that the safety hoardings should reflect the former glory of the building. Oracle Creative provided us with their innovative designs and our task was to print the designs onto composite aluminium panels, prior to installing the panels around the site. The result, as can be seen in the photographs, is truly eye-catching. Contact Signcraft 01895 442768. We took a look at this … Continue reading
Signcraft’s experience in Shopping Centre regeneration, using innovative graphics and signage solutions has been applied to vacant units in high streets and commercial/retail parks. Lumina Park is a new commercial park on the A10 Great Cambridge Road in Enfield, replacing a run-down brownfield site. Despite economic difficulties, a number of units have been sold or let but there are some that need to look attractive for potential new business. Clean, bold graphics, easily visible to drivers, were used for advertising an available food and drink (A3) unit, suitable for a bar/restaurant. For details of large graphics or retail signage, contact … Continue reading
Dalkeith Arcade in Bournemouth was a medium sized, unattractive and out-dated retail centre. Signcraft was appointed to re-generate the shopping centre by creating a brand identity to revitalise the building and surrounding area, to attract more visitors and improve their shopping experience. Phase I, the interior: our new banners went on display. We transformed the ground and first floor malls with high energy, effective signage, designed by Emma Hunt Design. Phase II, way finding: an effective way-finding system, leading from the Richmond Gardens multi storey car park next to annexed to the shopping centre, was installed to encourage people into the centre. The … Continue reading
Following the decision of the BNP Paribas group to re-brand its Atisreal business as BNP Paribas Real Estate, Signcraft were engaged to change existing marketing signage at over 900 sites across the UK to reflect BNP Paribas Real Estate’s new corporate identity. Given the importance of maintaining brand integrity the management of this project was handled by our most senior team which comprised of directors Tony White and Bernice Colwell, Kelly Bowdidge, and dedicated production and installation teams. This was the first major task to be produced on our new state of the art flat bed digital printer and as … Continue reading
Our client required high impact monoliths, building signage and directional signs to landmark a prestige site. Monoliths and signs were constructed from Spandex components using 3mm brushed stainless steel text to meet this brief. Signs needed to be in the most advantageous positions whilst avoiding underground cables and fibre optics servicing the IBM centre. We calculated load bearings and wind resistance, excavated trenches, secured steel cages in place and then the signs were craned into position and bolted down. The reception back drop was created using black marble and satin brushed stainless steel. Digital wall paper was applied to the … Continue reading
This moderately dated shopping centre on the south east coast was given to us as a design, build and retro fit project. The imperative was to deliver a fresh and cost effective re-brand, which involved re-painting prematurely rusted structures and obliterating graffiti from the surfaces of some of the signage. Our designer Emma Hunt came up with an interesting design option, which has brightened up the centre with a modern and slightly casual look.
Tandberg, one of the world leaders in video conferencing, recently moved to a new UK headquarters building and Signcraft were invited to create and install their internal and external corporate signage. Tandberg have a well developed and precise corporate identity that extends to their interior décor as well as their signage. We were pleased to assist in developing some aspects of the signage and the overall presentation, working closely with Tandberg’s marketing and office managers. The result – a superb set of signs that reflect the high standards set by the company.
The effect was stunning – the use of colour codes for each department worked well and has significantly enhanced the image of a very vibrant agency.
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