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Rigby & Peller Retail Window Display

December 13, 2018 11:54 am Published by

Rigby & Peller had an exciting new launch planned for a new designer for which the London Audio Visual team were more than happy to help! Our Client was the designer who wanted her new line of clothing to be displayed in the established Rigby & Peller Chelsea store, for a months duration.  The site visit was undertaken by the project leader, where he was able to determine the key factor to take into consideration was natural light. For this reason he suggested using 75” LCD screens, which would provide 2,500 nit screens which means the screen will be viewable even in sunlight, making them the ideal solution for the environment. Lighting was not the only factor to consider, upon the site visit, we quickly realised that we had to come up with a solution for the space restraints. Behind the retail window the space was limited. So to be able to use the best screens, whilst providing optimum picture quality, our team would have to build a custom made floor mount to fit the dimensions of the entire width of the window display area. This was also equally important because the base had to support the weight of the...

Our Client for this art wall assignment was NOW Gallery. This amazing gallery offers a public exhibition space for contemporary art, fashion, photography and design on the Greenwich Peninsula. NOW Gallery showcases established and emerging artists work and prides itself on the importance of connecting to the local area, as well as introducing more ambitious and interactive artwork.    The project manager was tasked with the brief of providing the most appropriate visual technology to showcase artwork in the main windows to the building. After looking at the artwork to be projected, our team decided to use 3 Digital Projection E-Vision 4K-UHD laser projectors. These projections produce 7,500 lumens, making them ideal for the environmental conditions and ensuring the artwork quality was not compromised. The 4K-UHD projector provides more pixels, a much more immersive experience, which is in part due to the Colour Max technology, and was also the most idea solution for this particular case as it lasts up to 20,000 hours! Once decided on the visual technology, our partners went about making 3 wooden plinths for the projectors to sit in. This part of the job was crucial as, even a mm out and the projection would end up...