LEWES CASTLE

These local Norman Castle ruins were provided with a National Lottery grant in 2009 and began a full scale redevelopment of its grounds and redesign of the adjacent museum. Graffiti were employed to provide all of the interpretation panels and graphics for both elements internally and externally and delivered all product in a timely fashion and within budget. We worked very closely with the interpretation and graphic designer as well as the end client to develop product specifications that suited the location and the resulting units are attractive units with an extended life expectancy and vandal resistance. Water cut stainless steel structures formed the main supports for the graphic panels which incorporated digitally printed and scratch coated panels and additional photopolymer Braille tactile panels. Internally acrylic and foamex were the primary substrates but also silver voile was used in the museum windows to provide display to the passing public.

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SERVICES RENDERED

Design
Manufacture
Survey
Installation
Router Cutting
Waterjet Cutting
Acrylic Fabrication
Metal Fabrication
Vinyling
Digital Printing
Braille Displays
Spray Painting
Voile Graphics