In 2017 we started working on a large format project with TLS Contact, a visa processing centre based in Hammersmith.
TLS Contact was one of the existing clients that we have worked with on smaller projects. We were pleased that they continued to come back to us with their enquiries and have grown with us over the last few years. The most recent enquiry was for a larger scale project which included internal and external displays of everything from visa desks to signage for café areas.
They approached us with a rough idea for some large format digitally printed wall coverings and graphics. The purpose of these graphics were to be placed in the common areas with in the centre, along with directional and information signage. We also added a few snap frames for areas where they required flexibility to change messages for their customers.
After the initial enquiry we carried out a site visit and surveyed the building, discussing all the options and potential areas that might need signage. From there it was full steam ahead, we produced artwork proofs for their approval, mocking up the artwork to scale using the measurements from the survey. After these were approved, the graphics were manufactured and finally installed.
Once we started working on the project, the client realised the potential of the space and the enquiry grew into a few more follow up visits and projects.
Together with the client we transformed the space in both an informative and aesthetic manner. This is a great example of how wall and window graphics can be used in a space and serve multiple purposes.