- Construction Date 28 Feb 2018
- Category Decorative, Privacy
This window film project was part of a broader office fitout and design project for a Melbourne radio station.
The Problem – The office, typical of many offices, was bland and uninteresting and was lacking in personality. A main corridor with offices down either side had floor to ceiling glass walls. This gave staff the feeling of working in a ‘fishbowl’ and created a lack of privacy.
The solution needed to create privacy for staff, without compromising light. The brief also required that window film should be used in a creative and decorative way to reflect the personality of the brand and significantly improve the design and feeling of the space.
The Solution – Apply to Glass worked collaboratively with Light FM to create a fun, original window film design that created privacy for staff, but also had design impact.
The client brand is highly focussed on being a Melbourne radio station that is in touch with it’s local audience. Apply to Glass worked with the team at Light FM to develop a window film design based on iconic Melbourne buildings and elements, including rowing, Flinders Street Station, the Arts Centre and St Paul’s Cathedral.
Apply To Glass worked with Light FM to finalise the design elements and sketches that would be used. The window film final design was cut and installed onsite.
The result was a fun design, that not only provided staff with much needed privacy, but was also a talking piece and helped to further articulate the brand identity of the business.