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CASE Study


We were initially surprised when one of our clients requested we build not one but two detailed high street stage sets. Although it was a large scale task, we were also excited about the challenge and how it would allow us to work with the client to create a “jaw dropping” visual experience.


From the initial brief we had to agree the concept, designs, logistics and a few other technical specifications within just ten days. It was clear from the thrilling idea that we created together that it would be ideal op- portunity to use our hot wire cutter and high density xps foam for most the project. This would provide us with the materials to cre- ate what was to be an amazing exhibition stage.


The stage was to consist of a significant array of buildings, meaning that part of the stage design required each to be a different depth and slot seamlessly like a jigsaw with the neighbouring buildings.


We spent a lot of time on the design stage to achieve the outcome that we wanted, prior to manufacturing. Due to the size of the set it was a challenge to make sure we cut the items for each building in the correct order. Each building being made up of sev- eral sections for ease of transportation, so allows the client to use the stage set in nu- merous locations if required.


To aid the transportation and reduce the number of people required to construct the set, the buildings were hollow inside to re- duce the weight. This made the fitting of all the lighting and electrical components a simple and easy process.


Some of our clients require the facades to be hand painted, but on this occasion, it was agreed to use 5mm Foamex with print direct to substrate; a matt finish to reduce glare and pre-cut to match the building shapes prepared earlier.


The finished sets were over 8m tall so the buildings were delivered in various sections and bolted or glued on site.


On each side of the stage we designed and built two giant corporate coloured trees that stood at almost 3m tall. These were built using xps foam and fitted with a removable heavy steel base, and were later used for delegates to hang handmade leaves with feedback/suggestions on.


By Lemon Signs


Not your everyday techniques for a high street shop


Photos by annapraysphotostudio.com 60 Sign Update ISSUE 170 APRIL 2017


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