- Site Appraisal
- Creative Workshops
- Interior Design, Graphics, Signage
- Lighting Design & Specification
- Furniture Design & Specification
- Construction Drawings, Warrants & Planning
- Project Management of Fit-out
- Brand Strategy
- Brand Identity
- Print Design
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To create an audio visual strategy, interior design and build for the Technology & Innovation Centre at the University of Strathclyde. Focusing on the public and collaborative spaces within the building through strategic planning to design displays that would inform, direct and demonstrate information and interpretation to the building users, staff and visitors.”
“Collaboration, transparency and flexibility” are at the core of the Technology & Innovation Centre’s AV & Display design brief.
Bright 3D was commissioned in 2012 by the University of Strathclyde to prepare an Audio Visual & Display and design strategy report for the monumental Technology & Innovation Centre located within the heart of Glasgow City Centre. The Technology & Innovation Centre houses business industries and academics under the one roof to promote collaborative research within four sectors; Health, Manufacturing, Future Cities & Energy.
Working closely with the project team Bright 3D partnered with content creation company Freakworks and AV consultant Douglas Bolton to give a collaborative approach to the design, content and hardware specification for the project.
From initial workshops with key stakeholders and university faculties Bright 3D got to the heart who the building would be home to and their fundamental requirements and expectations of the space. From this Bright 3D developed designs that would best inform, direct and demonstrate information and interpretation throughout the building.
Understanding and appreciating the complexities of a nine level, £89 million building along with university faculty based departments Bright 3D developed plans and designs for the AV & Display within the public and collaborative spaces.
As a result of the strategy report Bright 3D were appointed to fully design and implement the agreed AV & Display items throughout the public and collaborative spaces. The building was officially opened by Nicola Sturgeon, Scotland’s First Minister in December 2014.