Sense and sensibility

Design company Stella Corrall celebrated the architecture and heritage of Franking Sense’s Bolton headquarters but also created a great environment in which to work Nationwide Franking Sense, which supplies business and office equipment, services and support contracts, approached design company Stella Corrall with the brief to create a narrative for its business within its headquarter building in Bolton. This was no ordinary office space though: its premises is the fabulous Carnegie5 Library on Moss Bank Way which had been derelict until the company took ownership and refurbished it. “It was a fascinating project as they worked with Bradshaw Gass & Hope, the architect firm that built it in the 1900s,” says Corrall, whose design work features in offices, leisure centres, care homes, NHS Trusts and other locations. 

Graham and Brown - Sponsored Case Study

Making an impact is something that comes naturally to global Wall Decoration manufacturers Graham and Brown, a company that has been specialising in the design and production of innovative wallpapers and wall art since it was established in 1946.  But when planning its stand for this years’ Heimtextil exhibition in Frankfurt, Germany, Graham and Brown turned to Antalis to help execute one of the company’s most spectacular and sensational stands at the event. 

Santa's off the rails

Santa has already been spotted doing the rounds in Cheshire this year, thanks to a really clever new product from Cestrian called Railingwraps.

Railing wraps is a rather ingenious wrapping product that reveals two separate images when viewed from different angles. 

Using special software to work out the spacing between railings, Cestrian’s in-house team has developed a nifty system to manipulate each image to appear in a single, unbroken scene when viewed from the correct angle. 

A real Christmas cracker

If this doesn't put you in the Christmas spirit, nothing will!

W&Co put together a cracker of a display at Bluewater shopping centre in Kent after being asked to fit out Flutterbyes' Christmas pop-up shop. The project included designing illuminated signage, creating 3D concept renders, manufacturing digital wallpaper and self adhesive vinyl in-house, as well as installation. 

Going nucleus

The Cell Therapy Catapult needed a standout design for its all-important London facility that was in keeping with its line of work. So what better than huge graphics of human body cells?