Building Wraps

New site hoarding graphics for the Museum of London

2019-08-31T12:21:53+00:00August 31st, 2019|Building Wraps, News|

Our latest installation supporting London’s first Borough of Culture Embrace have just completed the installation of a new campaign for the Museum of London on Farringdon Road along the outside of the Museum’s future home in West Smithfield. The creative campaign celebrates London’s first Borough of Culture in Waltham Forest, featuring a series of

Embrace wrap the Nobu Hotel London Portman Square site

2019-10-14T13:09:49+00:00July 12th, 2019|Building Wraps, News|

Printed graphics to 3m high ply wooden hoarding in Marylebone Embrace Building Wraps have completed a printed site hoarding graphics project at the development location of the new Nobu Hotel London Portman Square in Marylebone. A full end-to-end project managed service was provided to our client McGee Group as part of a project for Nobu

Curtain call! Self-adhesive vinyl building wrap performs at The Theatre at Here East

2019-10-14T13:12:53+00:00June 30th, 2019|Building Wraps, News|

‘That’s a wrap’ at the East London theatre by Embrace Building Wraps Embrace Building Wraps have completed the installation of a giant 405 square metre self-adhesive vinyl building wrap covering the south elevation of The Theatre at Here East, located in the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park in East London. The Theatre occupies a dominant position

The great wall of DIBOND takes ownership in Knightsbridge

2019-10-14T13:38:00+00:00June 30th, 2019|Building Wraps, News|

Giant DIBOND site hoarding graphics at 197 – 199 Sloane Street Embrace Building Wraps have just completed the installation of a giant ACM DIBOND® wrap for Cadogan Estates at 197 - 199 Sloane Street, where Knightsbridge meets Sloane Street in London. Embrace were contracted by McLaren Construction to deliver the installation. The exterior of the

Cabin wrap and printed site hoarding at Durley House

2019-10-14T13:36:01+00:00March 31st, 2019|Building Wraps, News|

Works disguised at Sloane Street in Chelsea by Embrace Embrace Building Wraps have just delivered one of our most operationally challenging and creative projects to date. The installation is now complete at Durley House, located on Sloane Street in Chelsea, London. Embrace were contracted to deliver the project for Cadogan Estates working closely with McLaren

Embrace wrap new The Peninsula London hotel site

2019-10-14T13:21:05+00:00December 5th, 2018|Building Wraps|

Giant cabin wrap and printed site hoarding installed ahead of schedule in Belgravia The Peninsula London will be a stunning landmark overlooking Hyde Park Corner and the Wellington Arch. The 190 room luxury hotel replaces former office space and is scheduled to open in 2021. Embrace Building Wraps have concluded the full project management for

Sensational new building wrap in Chelsea

2019-10-15T10:00:57+00:00October 14th, 2018|Building Wraps, News|

57 Sloane Gardens wrapped by Embrace Embrace have completed another successful building wrap installation on the The Cadogan Estate in London. The property, located at 57 Sloane Gardens in Chelsea, is being redeveloped into five residential apartments whilst retaining and enhancing the original red brick façade. This has required this installation of unsightly scaffolding

Embrace wraps the John Lewis flagship department store

2019-10-14T13:26:12+00:00June 19th, 2018|Building Wraps|

Oxford Street icon wrapped by Embrace Building Wraps The John Lewis flagship department store on Oxford Street in London is currently undergoing a significant refurbishment in order to transform the store’s external façade. These changes will enhance the streetscape in readiness for the planned opening of Crossrail in December 2018. Embrace Building Wraps were appointed

Building wraps for listed buildings

2019-10-15T09:38:23+00:00March 12th, 2018|Building Wraps|

Preserving our heritage at important locations Embrace Building Wraps have recently completed the installation of a 360 degree building wrap covering temporary cabins at the Main Quad at UCL (University College London) in Bloomsbury. Whilst the two tier cabins will provide extra educational space for students for the next five years they are located