This project was a blank canvas in the heart of the central London. On our first site-visit, we were greeted by a light airy space with large windows, glass partitions and white walls.
The open plan area with glass offices around the perimeter needed a splash of the nChain brand and some clever window manifestations to add a little privacy. We designed a simple graphic system using 45° diagonal lines and shapes, taken from their logo, to act as a directional hint.
In harmony with this graphic we suggested a subtle pattern of block-chain algorithms. We asked the client to supply a few examples and from this we created a handwritten design. This was printed in white on to a white matt wallpaper to create a beautifully subtle detail that contrasted with the large blocks of brand colour.
The window manifestation added some much needed privacy, but still allowed large areas of clear glass. Vibrant gradient colours blended from a vibrant blue to transparent using optically clear window film.
The project was installed over a weekend by four of our professional installation team.
It’s absolutely amazing and everybody loves it. Great job!
The main lobby area outside the lift was a wall of white, with three doors of similar appearance which could cause confusion. We used a one-piece wallpaper in this space with the arrow-like shapes to help direct visitors.
The glass office partitions were printed using vibrant brand blues that blended into transparent areas. We printed office numbers using white ink to help identify the spaces.
This project was a blank canvas in the heart of the city. On our first site-visit, we were greeted by a light airy space with large windows, glass partitions and white walls.
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CANCER RESEARCH UK
Cancer Research UKWindow Graphics, Fabric Displays, Wall Graphics,
Cancer Research UK is set within the stunning Angel Building in Central London. We helped Conran Design Group to deliver…