The central laboratory for Anglian Water received a full branded facelift as we delivered an impressive visitor experience and positive work-space for staff.

Artisan creative were tasked with giving a functioning laboratory an interior and exterior branded facelift whilst including key company messages. Working closely with this award-winning marketing agency, we produced colourful imagery and a vast range of products and techniques to achieve stunning results – which included FabriGrab™, acrylic, magnetic glass wipe-boards, wallpapers, one-way window film and vinyl.

We combined our revolutionary FabriGrab™ product with stand-off acrylic to create a fabulous 3D effect up their huge staircase. Using cleverly located up-lighting, these acrylic graphics cast beautiful shadows over the tensioned fabrics providing a real focal point.

ONE-WAY VISION WINDOW FILM IS A SMART SOLUTION FOR FULLY GLAZED AREAS LIKE THIS. IT PROVIDES PRIVACY FOR VISITORS AND STAFF INSIDE, WHILST ALLOWING THEM TO SEE CLEARLY OUT. IN ADDITION TO THESE BENEFITS, IT ALSO OFFERS A LARGE AREA FOR BRANDING GRAPHICS.

TARA DICKENS

OPERATIONS MANAGER

As with many fully-glazed rooms, Anglian Water’s reception area was in full sunlight with no privacy. Our solution reduced the glare and gave full privacy to the space, whilst allowing reception staff to see clearly through the glazing from inside. One-way vision window film also offered a large branding opportunity which transformed the outside of the building.

Anglian Water had planned an important event, so this project had to be delivered on time. In true MX style we pulled out all the stops and completed the full installation on schedule.

We love this clever glass that is mounted over a steel sheet. These fully versatile panels make organising your work simple and easy. Write, stick or magnetically mount your notes to these premium glass boards. Awesome!

THESE HIGH-GLOSS PANELS LOOK MUCH BETTER WITHOUT VISIBLE FIXINGS. SO WE MOUNTED THEM USING HIDDEN METAL SPLIT-BATONS THAT WERE FIXED TO THE REVERSE OF THE ACRYLIC AND ALSO TO THE WALL.

PAUL ALLSOPP

INSTALLATIONS AND PROJECTS MANAGER