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.
We produced and delivered these striking interior information/exhibition graphics directly to the People with a Mission Ministry (PWAMM), who did a great job installing them themselves. The vibrant new graphics really transform the previously plain space into an eye-catching and informative display area, complete with recessed screens for AV presentations. We took extra care to understand the shape of the room to ensure the graphic finish was as seamless as possible and we’re sure you’ll agree, it turned out really well!
A few years before it sadly burned down in a large scale fire, Glasgow institution Victoria’s got us in to design and install some new cocktail menus that utilised ingredients specifically from one of their main drink suppliers. Under a revamped ‘Bomb-i-licious’ Bar, the result was a nice set of panels and drinks branding in the bar area.
We were tasked with coming up with a way to make a grey storage cupboard look more visually appealing.
Printing and installation by Redblu from design files created by Full Circle Design, the incumbent agency for Inver House Distillers. Using a speciality textured vinyl, we wrapped this secure cupboard to spruce up what is essentially a boring grey box.
Redblu surveyed, specified and designed various internal and external signage for Gleddoch House Hotel as part of a multi million pound refurbishment. Our elements included a number of external entrance signs, internal directional signage, golf club shop signage and window graphics and directional signage for the approach to the hotel itself.
All of the signage had to be aligned visually with the hotel’s luxury feel and colour scheme, and we implemented high quality acrylic panels and also some brass plaques to get that premium feel.
Glasgow 2014 needed to recruit 20,000 volunteers to help run the Commonwealth Games. They tendered the opportunity for creating an eco-friendly, recyclable interview booths for their HQ in Glasgow.
Following the successful tender Redblu won the opportunity to create these booths which needed to be free standing and completely recyclable fitting in with the Eco-Friendly theme for the Games. We decided upon creating the structure from timber and cladding the panels with Ultra Board covered with eco-friendly, recyclable graphics.