Edinburgh University

Signage | Display

Sir Chris Hoy, JK Rowling and Ian Rankin to name a few, all have one thing in common. They’re all honorary graduates of The University of Edinburgh. We were approached by the University Estates & Buildings department to design and produce a series of wall graphics displaying the honorary graduates within the newly refurbished old college reception. As you can see, the display is very impressive and the Principal was delighted with the end result.

This project led to us producing a series of wall mounted images for the new Estates & Buildings office including acoustic panels displaying a few of the impressive University campuses and developments.

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