Decorative Window Film Brightens Up Coventry Walkway

The UK’s fifth largest serviced-office company in the UK has recently installed DigiGlass window film to its offices in Coventry, which includes the disused Rolls Royce walkway on Lockhurst Lane.

The decorative window film has been used to great effect to brighten up the walkway that was used to connect the old Rolls Royce factory with the offices now owned by Citibase.

The window film has also been applied to the office windows to provide a cost-effective, branded glazing solution for the Company.

DigiGlass have perfected the technique of printing on PET substrate to produce manifestation film that delivers high impact graphics that appear as though printed direct to glass. In addition to the visual effect of the printed window film, DigiGlass delivers the additional benefits of helping to reduce UV light and solar heat and being shatterproof and bombproof. DigiGlass is ideal for branding and glass decoration and has been used by advertising agencies on behalf of clients, architects, interior designers and companies directly as in the case of Citibase.

Dave Macdonald, Managing Director of DigiGlass commented, “DigiGlass was a perfect fit for the brief provided by Citibase in Coventry.

The overhead walkway and office windows really stand out with the Citibase branding printed on PET window film. DigiGlass provided a contemporary yet sensitive branding solution for the walkway which is an important landmark in the area and of some historic significance.”

A gallery of the Citibase window film installation can be seen in the showcase on the DigiGlass website at

600450 Decorative Window Film Brightens Up Coventry Walkway
Date: 17 January 2011
Source: DigiGlass Window Film

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