NatWest Gibraltar gets a premium makeover from specialist window film company DigiGlass

Date: 8 April 2010
Source: DigiGlass
Specialist print company DigiGlass has provided the new NatWest Premium Banking brand in Gibraltar with a makeover of their Line Wall Road branch.

DigiGlass collaborated with NatWest Gibraltar’s design agency Home Strategic to develop the designs for the internal areas of the branch before fabricating and installing the bespoke finish.

The designs were manifested on to glass privacy screens for the premium interview suites, using their unique printing process.

Internal walls took on the premium branding printed on to fire rated, fabric backed digital wall coverings to deliver a striking visual impact emboldened by the premium imagery.

The Premium Banking areas were provided with a thematic finish through the use of solid construction canvas wall decorations in the same premium branding.

Managing Director of DigiGlass Dave Macdonald commented: “Through our collaboration with Home Strategic we were able to utilise our DigiGlass, DigiWall and DigiSign products to produce an environment and quality of finish that was befitting of the NatWest Premium Banking Brand.”

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Date: 8 April 2010
Source: DigiGlass

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