Aesthetics and informatics combine to make Cameron’s permanent display striking for both visitors and personnel.
Designed to improve current welding processes for staff and students throughout the company, Cameron invested heavily in the latest equipment to launch a new world class Weld Development Centre.
With an increase in employee footfall at their new facility, a permanent display was required to help both visitors and Cameron personnel learn about the processes and capabilities of the new site.
Our brief was to create a foyer area that incorporated an eye-catching, informative display within the Centre.
After an initial site visit, we produced a conceptual CAD visual of the interior. This highly accurate model was used to explain how the space could work and where graphic content could be used to create maximum impact, before any construction work started.
Making efficient use of the space, we created a curvature in the wall which adjoined to the existing offices and allowed access from a loading bay entrance. Enhancing the wall further, we added a light box which created a contrast from the main printed graphic display. We built a structure around the staircase to improve the general aesthetics of the area and integrate a storeroom cupboard.
A feature was made of the back wall by creating a large graphic display, which spanned the full width. Offering much-needed privacy to the offices and to help integrate the windows into the overall graphic display, we applied one-way vision digital media. This gave the effect of a partially imaged design without losing the benefit of natural light.
This newly-created visitor area is now helping Cameron live up to their status as a leading provider of flow equipment products within the oil & gas industry. Since the project was completed they have received many positive comments about the display and we think the results speak for themselves.
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