Macbeth is one of the largest growing insurance and financial businesses in the Thames Valley, providing independent advice backed by truly outstanding client-focused service. They had outgrown their current offices in Theale town and were looking to relocate to prestigious new offices in Arlington Business Park.
We were contacted by the Managing Director, Paul Macbeth, who showed us around the new offices before the renovation works and explained what he wanted to achieve.
The main aim of the signage was to create pieces that were eye-catching and stylish while subtly promoting the brand and maintaining legal obligations with regards to glass wall manifestations.
Paul was especially keen to have an eye-catching glass wall that would separate the boardroom from the main office.
Paul’s idea was to incorporate the company name on the glass wall in a range of colours and sizes. We were able to supply Paul and his team with samples of the materials available, which could be applied to the glass to see the colours in situ and choose those that provided the most effect.
The directional signage was manufactured using brushed effect aluminium composite fret cut text, mounted on clear acrylic with etch effect applied to the reverse. The major challenge was to ensure that the smaller intricate fret cut text still remained crisp and clear.
The new signage includes a range of interior window graphics and acrylics as well as exterior parking signs.
At the end of the project Paul said
“Brilliant company! Our signs and manifestations look fantastic! Great advice, service and installation from true experts!”