We were mandated to cover more than 3,000 sq. Ft. of walls, floors and ceilings to perfection by impeccably respecting the clean diagonal lines, patterns and lettering found in the various spaces.
Our challenge for this project was getting these vintage images transformed into bigger than life size murals, without letting any natural imperfections the images had show through.
We first developed three giant murals running from the ceiling to the floor which represent a record height of 30 feet. Beside the exceptional size, we had to assure a consistency in the color range so that every panel fit together like a charm.
Our goal with this was to transform blank walls to an enchanting landscape of wild hyacinths, symbolizing humility, gratitude and consistency.
The art of bringing this piece of 300 years BC history to life with murals ...
We reproduced 124 original painting from the White House and meticulously applied a glossy varnish on each painting to attain the rigours cracking the original paintings have gained over years and years.
One of the main goals of this project was to design a residential tower respecting eco-friendly principles. In order to meet expectations, we suggested using our LEED-certified pre-pasted wallpaper made entirely from post-consumer fibers.
Under the designer's guidance, we developed a custom mural evoking traces of a concrete formwork.
The 30 feet tall mural in the heart of downtown Montreal was worked on so that the final image of the condo was against a beautifully warm summer cityscape.
We accepted the challenge and were able to enhance the low-resolution images provided by The MercedesBenz Museum.
It was imperative for us to apply each panel to ensure consistency within the entirety of this project.
The biggest challenge was highlighting the authenticity and the freshness of the photographs all the while respecting the functional aspect of the storage unit.
Our challenge was to maximize our panels' efficiency to absorb high-frequencies, which are the main source of unwanted reverberation and echoing issues.