Adams and Collingwood Architects called us in to install a large printed building wrap and builders hoardings onto The Egyptian Cultural Centre and Education Bureau building which was going under renovation.
Working on this project did take its time due to the unrest in Egypt which naturally had a knock on effect to the UK, however we were finally commissioned in January to undertake this prestigious building wrap in Mayfair, London.
The Building wrap was digitally printed on a PVC mesh material on our solvent 5 meter wide digital HPScitex printer. The building wrap was to be on tow elevations which went around a 90 degree bent and the client wanted the face of the building wrap to be as smooth as possible. So we had to work closely with the scaffolding contractor to ensure the scaffolding structure was suitable for a one piece building wrap, which they did perfectly.
The builder’s hoardings were digitally printed on our UV Inca Spyder large format flat bed printer, onto a 3mm aluminum composite panel.
About the ECEB
The Egyptian Cultural Centre and Educational Bureau in London is mainly concerned
with promoting the Egyptian Culture in the United Kingdom, developing links and
exchanges between the two countries’ cultural institutes, universities and research
centres to help increase cultural awareness and build positive cultural and educational
relations. For more than 60 years now the Bureau has remarkably contributed, through
broad range of cultural, intellectual, scientific and educational activities, to the
growing relations between Egypt & the UK
The Bureau, which is the official cultural and educational centre of the Egyptian
Government and works under the umbrella of the Egyptian Embassy in the United
Kingdom, is located in the heart of London in a listed impressive building in Mayfair,
the most prestigious quarter of the City of London.
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