UNIVERSITY OF WESTMINSTER
To ensure the designs and level of privacy offered by the manifestations were as intended, samples were produced and applied in key locations. Stakeholder groups then reviewed the samples and any adjustments made. The window manifestations were printed onto optically clear vinyl with a complex 3 print process, ensuring colours would be vibrant with the same level of vibrancy on both sides of the print.
Once approved we printed all graphics within a 4 week period and completed the installation prior to project hand over. Our in house installation engineers have great experience working with these materials and how best to apply them, ensuring the finish is to the highest standards.
After completion of this project, we continued working directly with the university on other signage schemes, improving the student experience with clear, well presented wayfinding to create a cohesive approach over multiple sites.
DMA Signs were appointed to develop a scheme including various contemporary environmental graphics and window manifestations, relatable to the departments subject matter, whilst being sympathetic to the building’s look and feel. The interior design concept focused on the campus’ central London location, pulling out warm orange tones which can be found in the red brick architecture of Westminster.
A number of surveys were carried out by the operations team to acquire accurate measurements and setting out details, due the complexities of the design. This information was then issued to the interior designers, Stride Treglown, with various technology based designs developed to create interest, identify the spaces and offer privacy within office spaces. Working in partnership with Fusion Project Management, a programme was agreed to ensure completion prior to project hand over.