Royal Holloway University contacted us recently to help with an interesting prospect. To turn an office space into a mock court room for their school of law. The aim of the project was to give their students the experience in a real court setting. And they turned to Octink to bring their ideas to reality.
The room itself was small. Because of this, space planning was key. We needed to fit as many students in as possible whilst still maintaining the features of a real courtroom. Keeping space and budget in mind, we decided on an interior vinyl wrap. Firstly, we printed a 3D wooden panelling design onto high-quality wall vinyl.
In addition, we made the bespoke furniture for the courtroom. We also vinyl wrapped this furniture to compliment the new decor of the room. Finally, we added signage and the university emblem to complete the interior vinyl wrap project. Our expert in house installation team pulled out all the stops. Subsequently, the final result was an outstanding transformation.
We have plenty of experience with refreshing and re-energising office interiors. This courtroom is a great example of how we can add another dimension to our clients' concepts and transform spaces.