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Novograf floors clients with striking designs

Glasgow-based graphics, signage, design, and install company Novograf, recently produced a series of eye-catching projects using Soyang Bild Ceramic.

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Novograf used Soyang Bild Ceramic vinyl to demonstrate its capabilities at the Surface Design Show

Specialising in commercial fitouts and surface solutions, Novograf is a long-term customer of Soyang Europe and has used a range of products from the supplier over the past three years.

Most recently, the company completed two projects using Soyang Bild vinyl which is a clear multipurpose material designed for use in applications such as POS, floor mats, countertop mats, and more.

One of the projects involved Novograf producing graphics, custom surfaces, and flooring applications to transform the look of Pets at Home shops across the UK. The project required anti-slip floor graphics to ensure the safety of customers and staff.

Ross Campbell, digital business development manager at Novograf comments: “We have a long-standing relationship with Pets at Home, working with them across all of their UK stores to produce everything from graphics and custom surface solutions to the flooring you see throughout the stores.”

In the second project, Novograf showcased its capabilities at the Surface Design Show in a bid to reach the architect and designer market. Using Soyang Bild Ceramic vinyl, Novograf produced a custom wood and tile floor with a printed graphic replicating mosaic tiles and fish. This gave the impression of a pool running through the floor.

Campbell adds: “The way we were able to print onto the floor to give depth of design and detail was a showstopper for attendees. The graphics were well received by every person who saw them.”

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