E.ON have offices across the UK, and as part of their refurbishment programme, required a consistent brand message and staff engagement theme. After considering the look and feel that they wished to create, we recommended printing onto large scale vinyls and fabrics to be installed on-site over the six chosen locations. We also produced cut acrylic lettering in varying sizes and depths that was wall mounted to create a tactile surface of messages.

Much of the installation was carried out overnight and weekends so as not to disrupt the E.ON staff, however some installation was delivered before the building was opened which required us to work closely alongside construction workers and building contractors.

georgina wild

project manager

Lift doors are a great way to communicate a message and can be used in creative ways. We used a specialist vinyl that won’t effect the lift’s functionality, and can be removed without damaging the surface beneath.

We also used printed vinyl for blank window panels, and cut vinyl letters for messages on walls around the buildings. Vinyl is often laminated with a protective coating. If needed, these coatings can perform additional tasks such as being anti-scuff or anti-grafitti. They are also available in matte, gloss or variants of these.

We love cut acrylic as it can produce some beautiful effects. This white on white wall with different thicknesses of acrylic letters was mixed with white gloss adhesive vinyl letters. The result was fabulous, with real depth, creating some interesting shadows next to a large window.

dave lister

sales director