Up and comming event…

 

We are excited to announce we will be exhibiting but also speaking at the approaching Healthcare Estates conference along with a number of other forward thinking businesses that provide services across a number of diciplines, but all with a focus on improving healthcare facilities and environments.Read More

National Trust interpretation sign shaping up…

Over the summer we’ve been working on a new interpretation site for the beautiful kynance cove near Helston, which is looked after by the National Trust. In order the blend in with the natural landscape we have used a hand-carved relief map that features wildlife you may see on your visit – if you are lucky.

Nike 6.0 ‘Boardshort Bar’… Watch the video.

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Nike 6.0 – Wax Game

Featured in the Nike 6.0 ‘Boardshort Bar’ is the surf wax inspired game. At just £2 a go, a leaver is pulled allowing the wax to drop through pegs revealing a ticket on the back, some are winners, some are not – the fun is in the gamble.

All proceeds from the game are supporting the Newquay based ‘Joe Way’ charity.

Matt Way – Joe’s Dad and founder of the charity said: “What a great idea and a fun way to raise money, the slick design and practical way the machine works makes this a real winner. Charity’s are having to work hard with new and innovative ideas and this has come in at the top of list for us, we are very grateful to be associated and benefiting from this great concept”.

You can watch a podcast by the ‘Joe Way’ Team below – made live at the ‘Boardshort Bar’ opening event…

Nike 6.0 'Boardshort Bar' pop-up store…

Here today gone tomorrow may no longer be a term of derision as demonstrated by a number of ‘Pop-Up’ retail stores.

Last week saw the opening of the temporary concept store on Newquay’s, Bank Street set to celebrate a summer of surfing in the UK. Occupying a previously disused off-licence the entire store was fabricated in just three weeks with the identity of the store kept disclosed until the opening.

Welcome to the Nike 6.0 Boardshort Bar…

At its heart, the store offers customers the opportunity to customise their own boardshorts, but also experience interactives including a facebook linked photo booth, live surf web cams and a surf wax inspired game with proceeds supporting Newquay based ‘Joe Way’ charity.

Custom prints are designed using a number of templates, these are then sent to instore printer and press – in just ten minutes your design, on your shorts.

In store, the ‘Say Fromage’ photobooth lets you capture your holiday memories, and upload them straight to facebook, to be the envy of your friends. The ever growing wall behind the booth is collecting a legacy of visitors over the summer.

Here until the 27th August, Bank Street, Newquay.

Photos: Kirstin Prisk

Sneak peak…

Our latest project with Nike 6.0 – we will take you on a tour later this week, check back for more pics…

In the meantime you can visit the store and customise your own boardshorts – Bank Street, Newquay, untill 27th August.

Photo: Tim Nunn

Retail…

Some photo’s from a project we finished a while back at Uneeka in Truro. We worked with our client to design and fabricate retail solutions that fitted the ethos of the brand.

Photos: Kirstin Prisk