Building Wraps

“Embrace delivered on time with a minimum of fuss”

2018-11-20T22:50:27+00:00November 6th, 2017|Building Wraps|

McLaren Construction Group comment on our recent building wrap at One Sloane Gardens Having recently completed a stunning trompe l’oeil building wrap at the top London location - One Sloane Gardens in Chelsea - we are always keen to receive feedback from our clients about the project and working together with Embrace. Nick Viscusi, Project Director

Made in Chelsea, wrapped by Embrace

2019-10-14T13:28:27+00:00October 25th, 2017|Building Wraps|

New one-to-one scale building wrap disguises works at One Sloane Gardens You may be an expert on luxury, but can you spot a fake? Embrace Building Wraps has just completed another of our stunning trompe l’oeil (or ‘it fools the eye’) banner installations at one of London’s most prestigious addresses, One Sloane Gardens. The property

Embrace wraps The Lexicon Bracknell inside and out

2019-10-14T13:29:29+00:00September 28th, 2017|Building Wraps|

Building wraps and printed scaffold banners cover the shopping centre redevelopment Embrace Building Wraps have just completed one of our most complex building wrap projects to date. We were approached by The Lexicon and Knight Harwood who are responsible for the redevelopment of the shopping centre. The major development will totally transform the shopping area

Printed site hoarding graphics: 8 of the best

2019-09-25T10:13:09+00:00August 11th, 2017|Building Wraps|

Some of the finest examples of printed graphics to site hoarding Having recently completed the installation of a giant scaffold banner and separate site hoarding graphics at the future Museum of London Home in West Smithfield, it feels like a great time to take a trip down memory lane and look at some of the

Making history with the Museum of London

2018-11-20T22:54:13+00:00August 7th, 2017|Building Wraps|

Embrace delivers a giant scaffold banner and site hoarding graphics at West Smithfield The award-winning Museum of London tells the story of the city and its people from 450,000 BC to the present day and also houses Europe’s largest archaeological archive in Hackney. The museum is moving from its London Wall site to a new 25,000