New Design Range at Work

For more photos of these projects click on the image above!

For more photos of these projects click on the image above!

Along with our resent website upgrade we also updated our Design Range that since its launch has had a really positive response from our clients. The range now includes new designs for film and wall, privacy bands and warning decals presented as a fully downloadable Design Range Catalogue which presents each option in different colours, scales and substrates. The new range has already inspired some of our clients who have used our designs and tailored them to their project with fantastic results.

The photos above reveal two recent projects we installed using our ‘Circuitry’ design.  Both for universities in Melbourne, Deakin and RMIT chose to present the design in different ways to satisfy their requirements. Using our Vision Effex services, for the Deakin project, the design was digitally printed onto frost film and installed as a privacy band. For the RMIT project however, we digitally printed the graphic onto wall vinyl which was installed in a stairwell. Both applications utilised our design options to inject a creative element to an otherwise standard requirement.

As our Design Range Catalogue shows, each option can be manipulated in a variety of ways. By working with our team at Tint Design, we can tailor any design to fit your brief and make it unique to your fitout. This is not only limited to the design itself but also the media on which it is printed, meaning that we can print the design onto film for glass, vinyl or wall paper for walls and even acoustic panelling. There are so many ways to be creative with our designs and services to ensure your project stands out from the rest.

Tint Design would be more than happy to provide a shop drawing or printed samples to help you visualise how our designs can take aspects of your fitout to the next level – just give us a call or send us an e-mail!

Digital Graphics enhance new Indigenous Garden at RMIT

Tint Design were invited to work on a special project for RMIT to commemorate Reconciliation Week at their city campus where digital graphics is a featured element of the overall design. 

The scope of the project included installing a full cover one-way vision graphic designed by Aboriginal digital artist Aroha Groves, to the external glass façade of Building 15. This prominent feature is an impressive element of the new Indigenous Garden, Ngarara Place, designed by Greenaway Architects

In addition to this, a temporary floor graphic was installed to the steps of adjacent to the garden to create a decorative and symbolic backdrop for the formal events taking place during Reconciliation Week. The artwork was digitally printed on temporary floor vinyl and installed skilfully to the front face of the steps. Although the installation was a challenge, the optically striking effect at its completion was well worth it. 

Once again Tint Design pushed its boundaries as to what our products and services are capable of achieving, proving once again that creatively, the options are endless.

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