EE Ingleton have completed further projects using their new PicPerf© image perforation system.
Using the new software, anodised aluminium panels were manufactured for Thames Archtectural, and installed in Berkeley Homes Victory Pier luxury apartment development in Gillingham, as well as for ambulance bay screen panels at University College Hospital in London.
Both projects called for very high open area panels to meet ventilation requirements, whilst retaining striking images and patterns.
The Victory Pier panels feature seven different waterbirds along the car park frontage, whilst the UCL installation was based on the architect’s ‘funky trees’ concept.
The PicPerf© system is proving highly effective where designers require a visually striking and unique installation, and has been used for a number of prestigious projects including Debenham’s flagship Oxford Street store for Dane Architectural and Kingston’s Riverside development in Kingston upon Thames for Cadisch MDA.
The Kingston Riverside panels were based on a scenic photograph and also a classic motion study by the Victorian photographer Eadweard Mybridge. The Project Lions perforated panels & embossed soffit panels were based on a classic French Lace pattern.
In both these projects, the panels have been LED back-lit to stunning effect, whilst the panels for the Victory Pier & UCL projects were designed for effect in natural light.