Collaborate and integrate

Signbox collaborated with interior designer Resonate Interiors on the refurbishment of the commercial reception area at the Paternoster House office complex near St Paul’s in London.

The cathedral was incorporated into the design, using a printed glass graphic depicting the inside of the building’s iconic dome.


Festive fit-out

W&Co's fit-out for Flutterbye’s Christmas popup shop included designing illuminated signage, creating 3D renders, manufacturing digital wallpaper and self adhesive vinyl in-house, as well as installation.

Signbox Algomi

Inside knowledge

Signbox collaborated with designer Resonate Interiors to introduce a new look at the London headquarters of information solutions provider Algomi. It created bespoke light boxes - LED illuminated Kube frames - for the Algomi logo installed in the feature walls in reception and boardroom. Glass manifestations were used for the boardroom’s window walls; Signbox digitally printed Resonate Interiors’ design on optically clear film for the project.

Investing in its surroundings

Signbox worked closely with interior design and brand specialist Raw Unlimited and contractor Como to transform one of the London offices of investment management firm Invesco. Raw designed the fit out, one of the key elements being a wayfinding system that could be altered to reflect the changing use of various spaces. For this Signbox developed an acrylic/magnetic fixing solution.

bespoke printed digimura smooth wallcovering

Smooth operator

This is the Style Club on South William Street, Dublin 2. GP Digital covered the entire ceiling and walls with bespoke printed digimura smooth wallcovering and matched up the designs through curved and recessed areas.

The company’s HP 8000 handled the print.

glazing enhancement films

Room for development

Lintec Graphic Films is hoping to inspire architects, designers and branding specialists at the 100% Design show in London 18-21 September, and has been putting together room scenarios such as this to show what its glazing enhancement films can achieve.

ull-colour graphics printed on a HP Scitex FB500

Bar job for Karim Rashid

Designer Karim Rashid used HP latex printers for this project in the nhow Bar in Milan.

He gave a new look to the 50m2bar area comprising eight tables that boast full-colour graphics printed on a HP Scitex FB500 as well as two large-sized mirrors that feature HP latex-printed designs on self-adhesive transparent film.

 digitally-printed wallpaper, textile prints, roller blinds and illuminated glass panel graphics

Eat your heart out

When the owner of new Hamilton pizzeria Cafe Eataliano asked OPG to furnish its premises with a full interior decor design package comprising digitally-printed wallpaper, textile prints, roller blinds and illuminated glass panel graphics the Scottish printer jumped at the chance, delivering stunning graphics like this on its HP latex machines. 

Karim designed the lounge area of HP’s stand to inspire visitors

Designed to capture the décor market

HP collaborated with designer Karim Rashid at the Heimtextil event in Frankfurt in January to bring the possibilities of digital printing to life for interior designers.

Karim designed the lounge area of HP’s stand to inspire visitors and demonstrate the possibilities of digital printing.

several large zig-zag motifs applied to glass and mirrors in optically clear vinyl

Time for pizza

Oasis Graphic and Andpol teamed up to create this interior for the Banstead Pizza Express restaurant.

Taking 'The Time Machine' by HG Wells as the starting point (Banstead appears prominently in the novel), the restaurant architects Turner Bates chose a passage from the book and worked with Oasis and Andpol to create the theme and palette for the refurbishment. The studio at Oasis helped to design the wall coverings, window graphics and an attention grabbing clock design.

15 tabletops were printed on HP Air Release Adhesive Gloss Cast Vinyl

Out of Afryka

Afryka Coffee and Tea House in Wroclaw, Poland, became a showhouse for HP latex print technologies via a competition for designers to rework its interior.

Design graduate Aleksandra Malczewska won the competition with this treatment which saw around 121m2of ceiling and wall coverings printed using HP PVC-free Wall Paper. Lampshades were printed on HP Backlit Polyester Film and 15 tabletops were printed on HP Air Release Adhesive Gloss Cast Vinyl, laminated with HP Clear Gloss Cast Overlaminate.

An aluminium framework is clad with, in this instance, recyclable composite aluminium panels.

Wonder wall

Protean Design produced these stunning graphics after being commissioned by Zebra Technologies Europe to create a strongly branded and themed showroom area within its head office in Buckinghamshire.

The brief also emphasised the multi-use of the space, requiring it to be flexible enough to be used as a showroom or meeting room facility. The company used its Form walling (part of its sustainable product range) for the job. An aluminium framework is clad with, in this instance, recyclable composite aluminium panels.