This huge, high-profile project required us to work closely with Studio MB and Realm Projects to deliver this incredibly impressive space.

The complex project required a wide range of printed substrates and bespoke materials. We worked closely with designers from Studio MB, build-experts from Realm Projects and Triumph themselves to deliver their visitors centre that spanned over two floors.

This project included routered clear acrylic, direct printing to specialist silver wallpaper, white ink to aluminium sheets, cad-cut vinyl graphics, print direct to backlit opal acrylic, optically clear window films, our one-piece wallpaper solution called One Wall, tensioned fabric and bespoke brushed steel lettering.

This was all delivered whilst the visitor centre was under construction to meet an immoveable deadline. Our professional installation team worked alongside joiners, electricians and flooring contractors to complete the graphics phase within two weeks, from delivery of artwork files to final installation sign-off.

Our professional installation team worked alongside joiners, electricians and flooring contractors to complete the graphics phase within two weeks, from delivery of artwork files to final installation sign-off.

DAVE LISTER

ACCOUNT DIRECTOR

This was certainly no ordinary wallpaper and the printing techniques we undertook were a clever use of opacities and our UV cured, ultra-drop white ink. The innovative wallpaper substrate had a specialist mirrored finish that was muted using specific ink separations. This resulted in a beautiful lustre that literally shone under the lights.

Beautifully smooth aluminium panels were printed with our UV cured, ultradrop white ink. They were mounted to angled plinths to create stunning displays.

Our one-piece bespoke printed wallpaper, One Wall is a wonderful product. It allows you to print large wall graphics without the need to consider those awkward  wallpaper joins. One wall delivers a wonderful, seamless, professional finish.

We printed and cut over 80 linear meters of vinyl graphics for this engaging space. All were intricately installed to create the vinyls on this curved wall and rotating plinth.

This fabulous panel of edge lit acrylic, along with several other similar panels, were carefully routed with detailed line drawing and text. The lights cast from above make the designs glow to create a stunning effect.

Tensioned graphics were stretched to look like a smooth wall without damaging the wall behind. The graphics can be easily replaced because they are attached using a thin profile that tracks around the edge of the space and ‘grabs’ the fabric to create a drum-skin type of effect.

We printed white ink to this optically clear substrate which is designed to make the graphics look they have been applied directly to the glass. The clear film is invisible and is a great solution for very detailed graphics that cannot be cut to shape.

Beautifully smooth aluminium panels were printed with our UV cured, ultradrop white ink. They were mounted to angled plinths to create stunning displays.

STEVE ROBINSON

INSTALLATIONS AND PROJECTS MANAGER

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