Office Branding

Branding your office goes beyond simple colours and logos, create an environment that is unique to your brand or product. Let the workspace feel positive and stimulating, simply by adding the right graphics in the right place. From logos to directional signs, wall coverings to infographics, printed flooring or frosting for windows and interior glass. When it comes to graphics there really is no limit except your imagination!

Microsoft HQ,
Reading

RHM manufactured and installed graphics throughout the internal office environment including over 400 meters of optically clear window graphics, digitally printed wallpapaper, and stretched canvas prints.

 

Vinyl cut graphics were also used, along with perspex panels faced in a brushed aluminium finish to create high spec graphic elements throughout the location. 

By sticking to a theme / style, then changing colours and manipulating shapes as the design went around the interior. Microsoft created a simple effect that managed to look stunning and stimulate thinking.

 

The work environment no longer looked dull, and new ideas sparked from employees who now had a plesant scene to work in!

Microsoft HQ,
Reading
Microsoft London Office Event

RHM manufactured and installed graphics throughout the office, stands showcasing products currently in production, sweet bars and a consistent minecraft theme throughout the building!

It was a casual event for Microsoft employees  that put the emphasis on fun and the future. The halls were littered with features while the cafe stocked every snack you could imagine! Plus gorgeous minecraft graphics jsut about everywhere you could look! Tree tables, wood chairs and of course the occassional pig block.

These kinds of events are always good to see, fun for everyone at the company, everyone has a chance to engage with each other in a more relaxed atmosphere and you create memories in the work place. More like this!

Microsoft London Office Event
Helix 3D

RHM were asked to apply this complex black pattern onto glass panels within an office interior to provide privacy & screening, without totally blocking out the glass. The graphics are printed onto optically clear vinyl  using a clever process to ensure the black is opaque.

 

First, the design is printed in a layer of black ink. This is then covered in an identically placed layer of white ink, which is again topped in a layer of black ink. The finished design allows for privacy without completely blocking out external light or closing the space in.