Intruding into Soho and crowning Heathrow
Two recent projects for Hartbrights saw us head south, first to Heathrow Terminal 5 then on to Soho in London, creating signage for two very different clients.
Wetherspoon at Heathrow
Our ongoing relationship with J. D. Wetherspoon had us designing, manufacturing and installing illuminated signage at their after security Terminal 5 bar. Commissioned by Architect CT, we produced the instantly recognisable Wetherspoon logo, ‘bar’ and ‘restaurant’ signs and stylised lettering for the name of the bar, The Crown Rivers.
We used D scale stainless steel for the frame with LED lit acrylic lettering for each sign to create a very visible and attractive frontage to the bar.
Intruders in Soho
A very different commission came from a new men’s clothing store in London’s Soho district, Intruders. They required a feature wall made up of an illuminated letter grid which spelt out the name of the store. Not only were the requirements very specific, the signage was needed as soon as possible ahead of Intruders’ opening on May 1st.
Of course, Hartbrights stepped up and produced this unique and memorable LED lit signage which blends seamlessly with the surrounding wall to create a real talking point. And we did it right on time, as requested.
Stay tuned for more project news coming real soon!