Seamless Banners for Reception Exhibition Display.
We sold one of our first D4 Flexi Konnect as a reception exhibition display to Enjoy Work.
This award-winning business park in Chiswick, West London is home to companies such as CBS News, Discovery Networks Europe, Ericsson, Foxtons and Halliburton.
These companies are based in 12 modern hi-tech buildings, in a landscaped business park designed by Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners. We have a connection with Richard Rogers as Michael Dowd, the founder of Dimensions Displays was part of the architecture team with Rogers that designed the Pompidou Centre in Paris. This building along with the Lloyds building was the first hi-tech style buildings that made Rogers name. We like to think the tension cable and hi-tech look of our D3 and D4 display systems fit in well with the architecture of these modern buildings.
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The marketing team at the Enjoy Work wanted a portable banner display to use in their foyer area as reception exhibition display for visiting guests. Its other function and the reason they needed a portable display is they wanted to move it to meeting rooms and other buildings around the park when talking to potential tenants, or as they call them guests.
We supplied them with the largest of the D4 Flexi Konnect models, the 255cm wide banner stand model. This is two individual 100cm wide banner stands with a flexible 55cm connecting panel that joins the two units together. The reception exhibition display can be curved from a gentle curve into a tight curve corner unit if required.
We also supplied a matching floor standing A4 brochure holder for displaying info on the different buildings within the business park. The clear A4 acrylic holders float the corporate brochure in mid-air as if there wasn’t a display stand there.
We can supply a variety of different stylish banner,brochure holders and poster displays and custom signage for corporate receptions and marketing suites. Please give us a call to discuss your requirements.