Articles by Product: DIBOND®

Mirrored Dibond Hoarding Reflects Serene Beauty Of National Park

To cover an unattractive construction site, Parker Design worked closely with Spiral Colour’s hoarding team. The project is located on one of the largest lakes in the Lake District National Park in England, Ennerdale Water. The site is beautiful and gets heavy foot traffic, so the designers needed to find a hoarding material that wouldn’t take away from the scenery.

Essentials In Traffic Stopping Exterior Signage

Exterior signage serves as your brand’s first impression to pedestrian traffic. The sign can, when executed correctly, showcase your brand’s image. There are several factors taken into account in terms of the design of your exterior signage.

The Importance Of High Performance Materials In Wayfinding

Wayfinding is an extremely important component of architectural design. Aisle markers, campus signs, terminal indicators and medical wing directions all provide a service in saving time but also create a “system” that is not only signage, but aids in the development of a brand by combining marketing, identity and design.

School Creates New Wayfinding System With Dibond Aluminum

Wayfinding has been used in architecture for many years, but has now become an essential part of a building’s design. It not only encompasses the rudimentary idea of navigation of a structure but also a continuation of the building’s personality and identity.

UK Shop Branding Inspired by 1950s American Diner Using Dibond ACM

Elsie-May, of the town of Tiverton, was well known for her cake-making and catering skills, leaving behind a slew of early 20th century family recipes. Her legacy lives on with the establishment of Elsie-May's café/coffee shop by her granddaughter, Mandy Jenks. The Jenks family café was inspired by the retro American-style diner, that theme is carried out throughout the branding on both the interior and exterior.

Artist Designs Visually Stunning Illustrated Collage On Dibond ACM

Visual artist Stefan Venbroek created this beautiful illustrated collage for the Radiotherapy Institute in Arnhem (ARTI) in the Netherlands. The artwork was intended to showcase the building’s natural surroundings and also feature the names of the hospital's various departments, which are named after animals.

Vibrant Photography Series Blends Eastern And Western Cultures

London-based artist, Hassan Hajjaj, was born in Morocco and his works span the artist realm working in furniture design, fashion, photography, as well as album-cover design. Splitting his time between Marrakesh and London his artist focus becomes this collaboration between Eastern and Western cultures.