Commissioned by property developer Mount Anvil, Octink was given one of its most challenging signage briefs yet, to create a moving hoarding and facade to part adorn the construction site perimeter at Dollar Bay. The hoarding would then play and integral awareness role as part of the client’s site presentation strategy being located adjacent to the sales and marketing suite.
End-to-end the finished site hoardings measures 67 meters and features over 1000 moving panels, designed and fixed onto 3 meter-high MDF and ACM panels using bolts and chamfered sleeve spacers to capture the dockside breeze in an ever-changing display of shifting light and movement. The remainder of the hoarding features reflective graphics printed again to create a feeling of light change and movement to passers-by. This site hoarding is perfectly in tune with its surroundings and the mount anvil homes that it is advertising.
The Dollar Bay project epitomises the approach that Octink applies to every project and serves to set us apart in our sector. Combining our skills and experience with cutting edge technology, we took a collaborative approach on the Dollar Bay hoarding project offering a tailored solution whilst managing every element from design and production through to installation. Mount Anvil and its stakeholders trusted the Octink team to bring their vibrant concepts to life through creativity and visual innovation delivering a truly unique and highly effective solution. Our customers trust us to raise the bar each time evidenced with a new bespoke advertising hoarding.