Effective Scaffold facade print to cover construction site in Mayfair.
When prestigious and high end brands open up retail outlets how they look at the very inception is vital. This scaffold facade print we produced for the high fashion designer Elie Saab is a great example of our quality building wraps and hoardings.
Elli Saab became more well-known after he became the first Lebanese designer to dress an Oscar winner, Halle Berry, in 2002. The brand has boutiques located in Beirut, Dubai, Doha, Paris, Geneva, Hong Kong, Moscow, New York, Mexico and now London.
The building is just off Berkeley Square ,Mayfair, London. One of the most prestigious areas in the world, so keeping up appearances is very important.
Buildings in London are always being refurbished or renovated.
Whilst the building is under construction scaffolding is needed. This is a great opportunity to install a scaffold facade print. Not only will it make the building site more attractive, it is also an opportunity to get some early advertising in (subject to planning).
The scaffolding was erected to include an allen key clamp sub-frame which the mesh banner wraps around. To get a good finish on the Scaffold facade print the sub-frame must be complete and installed correctly. Otherwise the banner wrap will not be tensioned evenly over the scaffolding and ripples or creases will show in mesh banner.
The mesh banner was printed on a 5 meter wide Large Format digitally printed and high frequency welded together to make the banner in one piece.
Project Print Management was commissioned to produce the Scaffold facade print, from photographing the building (before the scaffolding structure goes up!) and creating the artwork to producing the mesh PVC banner wrap and to carry out the installation. For more information, please contact Project Print Management or visit our blog.