Stylish Property Marketing Banner Displays. 

Dimensions Displays were commissioned by one of their long standing design agency clients to produce these property marketing banner displays. They were commissioned for a prestigious new office development near St Paul’s cathedral in the City of London.

The developers required four 80cm banner stands to promote and market the building to prospective tenants. We specified 80 x 200cm D4 banner stands. These make ideal property marketing banner displays. The banner displays were used to illustrate the building specification, local amenities and location, detailed floor plans and layout. Options for different floor layouts for different types of clients – corporate, financial, legal were also shown.

We printed the banners using the latest HP Latex printers. These give incredible detail for these type of graphics. Banners are water proof and scratch proof so they don’t need to be sealed. This means you don’t get any nasty edge curl on the banners.

One thing to keep in mind when specifying property marketing banner displays in London, is to keep the specification at the quality end of the portable display market. If your promoting a multi million pound office development, cheap banner displays just won’t cut it.

Dimensions use three different types of display for this type of work. Our own D4 banner stand. Good quality roller banners such as these ones we used at The Crown Estates Q3 office complex. Finally we use semi permanent panel displays such as the ones we used at the Old Bailey building development.

All of these display options use quality materials such as satin anodised aluminium, powder coated steel and stainless steel, so they have more architectural styling which fits in with contemporary office architecture, where these materials are used extensively.

Graphic panels on these property marketing banner displays can also be easily updated as office space is let . The displays can also be reused on other schemes once the property has been fully let.

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