Building Wrap

Embrace make merry at Merry Hill

2023-12-04T20:24:32+00:00December 4th, 2023|Building Wraps, News|

Building wrap revitalises elevation of shopping centre Merry Hill Shopping Centre near Birmingham has recently undergone some major works to the exterior of the centre with a new-look long-term exterior cladding to the majority of the building façade. The remaining section that has not yet been addressed is to the rear of the centre

Works concealed in Sloane Street

2023-12-04T10:31:09+00:00December 2nd, 2023|Building Wraps, News, Trompe l'oeil|

Embrace deliver unnoticeable building wrap We have recently found ourselves back down in Sloane Street working with our long-time friends at The Cadogan Estate and McLaren Construction. Having previously completed multiple successful building wrap projects in the area, this time our attention was drawn to 51-52 Sloane Street – the former home of the

Embrace deliver on sustainability with ‘waste to energy’

2023-11-29T07:44:47+00:00November 28th, 2023|Building Wraps, Environment, News|

Refuse derived fuel created from former building wrap A 4,000 square metre building wrap has been converted into fuel energy with zero waste by Embrace Building Wraps. The award-winning building wrap was installed in 2022 and covered Smallbrook Queensway SBQ in Birmingham for our client CEG Commercial Estates Group (CEG). It has now been

IKEA in the bag with iconic Oxford Circus building wrap

2023-09-02T15:45:33+00:00August 29th, 2023|Building Wraps, News|

Embrace printed scaffold banner wraps the former Topshop siteEmbrace Building Wraps has just completed an iconic printed scaffold banner installation at Oxford Circus for their client IKEA. The printed wrap, which covers scaffolding during works to transform the former Topshop location, features a design that includes a giant-scale representation of the legendary IKEA FRAKTA bag,

Embrace wrap scaffold around Selfridges Oxford Street

2023-08-18T14:26:07+00:00August 18th, 2023|Building Wraps, News|

Scaffolding hidden at the iconic London store The Embrace Building Wraps team have been back with our friends at Selfridges & Co, this time to hide the main access scaffolding in place during works on the building façade at the flagship store along Oxford Street and Orchard Street. To mask the two elevations of

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