Products: ProLam, Digital Print
Bonwyke Design were approached by Parkeray to complete an interesting job at 99 Gresham Street, London. The basement of this office designated building was to be refurbished and needed designs and signage that would compliment its industrial appearance.
The basement would serve a multitude of purposes ranging from: carpark, recharge station, parking for bicycles, bike repair point, showers and of course… a mini disco.
The design concept was consistent throughout and was applied to the numerous surfaces that were apparent in the building. Lightweight composite boards were printed to and die-cut to symbolise some of the areas. ProLam was used cover a lot of the flat walls and brick wrap was used for application on the textured walls. This product gives the appearance of the design being printed direct to the wall as the use of heat ensures it fills every contour.