Working alongside Blockley Design to promote the world famous Burleigh Pottery, we brought their visitors centre to life.

Large, printed fabric panels cleverly hid modern wiring and radiators to display the famous pottery, with removable panels to access the equipment behind and frame the flat-screen television.

Tim Pugh

Account Director

The Blockley Design team were keen to enhance the pottery factory's original features with graphics that would emphasise the authentic brickwork and tongue-and-groove panels. It was important that the graphics worked with the building and appeared to be as historical as the site itself.

Our professional installation team worked tirelessly over one full day to achieve an authentic finish that has received praise from both our client and Burleigh Pottery themselves.
We carried out many tests to find the best substrate that would provide the most effective result. Our solution was a satin finish wall product called AlumiGraphics, that moulded seamlessly to the brickwork appearing like it had been painted directly to the wall. These foil-based, malleable graphics were also applied to the wood panel walls to allow the woodgrain to show through which were then carefully trimmed to reveal each groove. The designs themselves were taken from original pottery designs applied to walls and looked like they had been painted directly the surface.

These foil-based, malleable graphics were applied to the wood panelled walls to allow the woodgrain to show through, which were then carefully trimmed to reveal each groove.

Steve Robinson

Installations Manager