Glass Panels

Wall to Glass Graphics

To celebrate this months new design release, we thought we would show you an alternative way to create a impressive look within your office.

The “Custom Geometric” design is a combination of striped, solid and transparent shapes that can be manipulated to fit to any space. In this example it seamlessly flows from the wall through to glass and creates an impressive statement. Taking this approach through your fitout can potentially bring a room together and create a space that is visibly pleasing and leaves an impression on both clients and employees. This design is one of many of our designs that can be executed to flow from wall to glass without being too busy.

For more designs like this check out our Pinterest page!

A bold facade in the heart of Shepparton

It is with great pride that we can finally share with you one of our larger projects of 2017 - the striking south facade of the brand new Shepparton Law Courts that were officially opened on Friday March 23, 2018 by The Honourable Martin Pakula MP, Attorney-General, in the presence of the Chief Magistrate, His Honour Judge Peter Lauritsen.  
It was with great pleasure that Tint Design worked along side ADCO Constructions to realise the extraordinary vision of the south facade that was cleverly designed by the team at Architectus. Of the $73 million dollar project this incredibly detailed facade is the result of many hours of cutting, weeding, application and installation of hundreds of lineal meters of precision cut film to hundreds of square meters of glass.
After an extensive review of the building timeline and access restrictions it was decided that the entirety of this install would take place prior to the glass being installed to the building. The seemingly random placing of the seven different frit-pattern designs had to match their corresponding glass unit but were installed out of order depending on when the units arrived to the warehouse. This installation puzzle was just one element of the many challenges of taking on a project of this size however our production team worked seamlessly and around the clock to bring this one element of this exceptional design to life. 

Click here (or on the photo above) for more photos and a 'behind the scenes' look at the installation process.  

Royal Wedding

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May has been a very busy month for us, but not as busy as the Duke and Duchess of Sussex. 

The Royal Wedding created a global buzz and in the spirit of all things regal we decided to dust off one of our original designs 'Ornate' and put it too under the spotlight.
Above is an example of how the design can be applied to both traditional wallpaper and Glass Panels.

Our design team are constantly coming up with new designs, we are now trailling these designs on Pinterest to see how our audience reacts to them. 

Happy Chinese New Year!

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Happy Chinese New Year! 

Zodiac signs play an integral part in Chinese culture and can be used for example to determine one’s fortune for the year ahead. There are 12 Chinese zodiac animals used to represent years and 2018 is the year of the dog! Honest and loyal, dogs are the truest friends and most reliable partner, so not a bad person to have around!

With a New Year, comes a fresh start. A time to review your surroundings and remove, update or renew them. This may include your workspace or branding. It may be a good time to install some fresh new signage, create some interest on your glass panels with some precision cut or digital imagery or brighten your walls with wall graphics or printed acoustic panels.

If this is something that is on this years ‘to do’ list, please contact us at Tint Design and we’d be happy to help you get your year off to a fresh new start! 
 

monash masterpieces

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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!