Category: Signage

Gunwharf Quays Wayfinding

Gunwharf Quays, a Land Securities owned centre, has recently undertaken new branding initiatives designed to take the centre to a more premium level. The team at Rawls were tasked with implementing the new branding and designing intuitive signage and wayfinding across the centre.   Due to the harsh, saline coastal environment, careful consideration had to […]

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Digital Signage and Retail Design Expo 2016 – Highlights

We attended this years Digital Signage and Retail Design Expo in London, the show features a comprehensive range of solutions and products, everything from lighting, fixtures, surfaces and materials to interactive digital screens, visual merchandising, display and signage. Here are a few of our highlights.

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A modern approach to wayfinding

The Tanks at Tate Modern were previously used to store oil when the gallery was a power station. The underground space has now been reused to house live art, performance, installation and film. Using just two direct applications of projection and vinyl which reveal the rough surfaces of the concrete walls, the wayfinding and graphic […]

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Playful Signage

A playful signage system has been created by Toko for the East Sydney Early Learning Centre, a state-of-the-art childcare and community hub built for parents living or working in the inner city. The signage system concept is based on children’s building blocks to improve motor neuron skills Each panel is composed of fully modular timber […]

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Heathrow T3 lounge extension

Exciting new retail offers have arrived at Heathrow Terminal 3 with the expansion of a new lounge area to coincide with the future new Forward Connections Centre. Superdry have installed a wrap round LED shopfront which almost seamlessly carries the imagery on several plains generating movement and depth to a usually static element. Kurt Geiger […]

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Dalton Park – A bold new look

Our work in revitalising retail destinations continues with the completion of the refurbishment of Dalton Park. Rawls were first asked to reimagine the customer journey from car to store, and then develop into a deliverable and financially sensible scheme 
that creates a new fresh feel. The new brighter warmer materials palette and lighting 
brings a […]

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Eclectic new dining quarter

The Greys Quarter is Newcastle’s new destination F&B offer, an extension of Eldon Square that brings 20 contemporary casual dining experiences to this single central location with an internal street environment. From the exotic to the robust traditional, there is something to suit everyone’s taste. Rawls were appointed by intu as Retail Design Managers to […]

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New airport retail experience

Rawls continue to manage ongoing design delivery of new retail and dining destinations within the £100m development of London Luton Airport. Brand designers have been encouraged to deliver bespoke or prototype elements to surprise and enliven passenger journeys through the terminal. Latest openings include Hugo Boss, Ted Baker and 
Rituals alongside airport firsts such as […]

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Beza Ethiopian, Elephant Park

This low budget but creative fit-out at Elephant Park, Central London is the first big step to a standalone restaurant for Beza, originally a Camden Market trader then busy Artworks pop-up tenant. Rawls were Retail Design Managers for Lendlease working closely with IDL Architects, Author Design and Flex Interiors. The scope was a full rebranding, […]

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