Located a stone’s throw from the historic Brooklands motor and aviation museum and the aerodrome that predates it, Dakota’s name is itself a nod to the rich history of aviation in the area. In the first six months of 2017, the building’s owners had it stripped back to a shell and rebuilt to an extremely high specification throughout by contractors Oakmont Construction. It now boasts more than 35,000 feet of modern, luxury office space over four well-appointed floors.
Signbox delivers high spec wall graphics and glazing manifestations for new Alpha Bank London office18 Sep 2017
When Alpha Bank – one of Greece’s largest financial institutions – moved its offices from Canon Street to King William Street in the City of London, it commissioned Resonate Architects to transform its new space into one that exuded quality and delivered an amazing client experience – with added detail that represented its identity, ethos and Greek heritage. Having successfully worked with Signbox on many previous occasions, Resonate Architects turned to them to help to bring this project together, with main contractor Parkeray, awarding Signbox the contract to produce and install graphics for a feature wall in the staff break-out area, glazing manifestations throughout the office area, and bespoke signage for six meeting rooms.
Signbox Delivers Bespoke Entrance And Lobby Solutions For Prestigious London Office Building 165 Fleet Street03 Aug 2017
Recommended by Resonate Architects and appointed by contractors ISG, Signbox played a crucial role in the renovation of the entrance and the ground floor reception of this multi-tenanted building. The brief from client Aberdeen Asset Management, was to refresh the entrance exterior, giving it more presence and helping it to stand out in its busy, iconic location. Signbox’s preliminary work on the project began in February 2017, the installation commenced in May, and was completed within a month.
When the world’s most famous police headquarters moved from London’s St James’s Park to Victoria Embankment in late 2016, Signbox was tasked with replacing the iconic sign that had been seen steadily rotating outside the St James’s Park building, and on television screens around the world, since 1968.