We provided a nice rebrand for Marshall’s Interiors in sunny Johnstone. Originally a branch of the family-run Carpets Plus, the owner David wanted to move into a more complete interiors solution offering wallcoverings and soft furnishings in addition to the carpets and flooring they are known for.
We created a clean, contemporary design that feels at home in Scotland as it is today, incorporating a little bit of tartan detailing and some nice photography for the adverts as well.
We’re looking forward to seeing how the rest of the transformation takes shape!
Curtis Moore tasked us with some interior decor in their refurbished Glasgow office. They wanted to use their own construction drawings in an abstract manner on the walls, as well as show some of their past projects in the form of large photomontages on the walls. Add in some frosting on the glazed office walls and a brushed metal CM logo and you have a nice looking project that makes the place look really unique.
Networkers International’s new office in Glasgow needed some decorative vinyls to brighten up the walls in the reception area. The client required the full design, production and installation service.
Digitally printed wall graphics were the material of choice to make this reception in Glasgow City Centre look great. Design, site survey, production and installation carried out with minimum of fuss and the end result really wowed the visitors.
We decided to go for a quick quote that was offered to us from Zero Waste Scotland. Having successfully supplied our proposal we won the contract for the exhibition stand design and build for the Ideal Home Show at the SECC, Glasgow and subsequently went on to modify and re-install the stand at numerous other events that ZWS attended.
Creating a bespoke ‘house’ design, complete with kitchen to the inside and windows with ZWS messaging to the outside, to mimic a domestic setting. We configured our T3 exhibition stand system for this consumer messaging stand and created a custom kitchen including real 40mm thick worktop. ZWS liked the fact that the graphics were reusable and the framework would be rotated back into stock after use, thus minimising any unnecessary waste from each event.
One of the design features we liked was the gable end of a house look. Including overhanging roof graphics to simulate the slates on a house.
Originally, Sail Scotland required a self build exhibition stand for the various shows that they exhibit at across Europe. Easy transportation, easy change to fit different spaces, and easy to build quickly without tools. Our solution was an ISOframe Wave 10 panel stand. ISOframe Wave delivers an 8m width of flexible graphic wall. A bespoke shipping crate was built to transport this display kit around Europe safely.
Following on from the successful use of the ISOframe Wave stand, Sail Scotland looked for a cost effective solution for their space only stand at the London Boat Show at Excel London. For this one, we designed and produced the graphics and rented them a T3 Exhibition framework. You’ll also see a hanging S shaped banner above which helped increase their visibility within the hall.