Education

creative design that inspires to learn by Liana Slussareff

The intended influence of design within Education spaces is that you are both inspired and excited to learn. We feel that our recent project at Richmond High School does just that even from the moment you approach the building. 

Full cover Vision Effex digitally printed film with bright, bold graphics have been installed to the windows on the Façade of the building making a striking entrance to the School. McCorkell Construction have maintained their incredible quality of design and construction for this project for The Victorian Govt - Department of Education and Training and it never ceases to amaze us just how much of an impact Digital Prints can make to a fit-out which leaves such a lasting impression.

We are sure that the current and future students of Richmond High School will draw inspiration from their new and exciting surrounds. 

monash masterpieces by Liana Slussareff

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For some time Monash University campuses in Melbourne have undergone some impressive building expansions, modifications and refurbishments and Tint Design has contributed with some eye-catching finishing touches.

Many of the projects we’ve completed across the three campuses have included vibrant full colour wall graphics, printed full cover glass graphics and loads of compliance signage, decal, and privacy band installations.

Three of the projects at the Clayton campus however were of a much larger scale and each required a unique approach to the graphics installation. The external glass facades of the Logan Hall and Holman Hall student residence buildings boast a repeating geometric-patterned design that had to fit together like a puzzle. This was due to the installation of the graphics taking place in the Tint Design Factory before the image was then encapsulated between the double-glazing as it was installed on site. This may not sound too difficult but when you’re talking about 126 very large individual glass panes that weren’t uniform in size and only fabricated in batches, it meant that there was almost a kind of logistical choreography in our factory for the few months of the buildings construction.

The Canopy outside Building 10 was a different story altogether. While we weighed up the multiple options for the graphics install on this project, the chosen and most efficient solution was an on-site install to the underside of the glass once it had been fitted to the frame work. Again, with such a fluid design of intersecting diagonal stripes and geometric shapes, the installer (as always), had to ensure consistent precision with the graphics line-up - though this time while installing overhead from the confined space of an elevated work platform.

When it comes to special projects and installs there are few obstacles that will dampen our enthusiasm – Tint Design welcomes a challenge!