After a busy few weeks, our latest project is finally ready for take off at Manchester Airport.
We’ve been busy applying a selection of bespoke surface finishes in the executive areas of Manchester Airport’s revamped Terminal 3.
“We were tasked by the interior design agency to create a runway theme along the corridor leading in to the executive lounge areas. This was further complimented with a pitted bronze finish throughout the executive lounge area,” said Specification Manager David Wragg.
“We worked in collaboration and brought the vision to life through the samples to ensure we achieved the desired results.”
The look was achieved by combining a pitted texture with a smooth, matt finish using Marmorin Hydro.
Creative Director Jason Ebers said: “It was a pretty unique project and a bit of a headscratcher to begin with.
“We had to find a way to transpose the design onto the main plaster finish, keep the design perfectly straight and ensure there were no marks or damage left on the plaster.
“We managed to achieve it with a combination of skill and our due diligence, carefully mapping out the design on a CAD program before we arrived on site.
“The planning was extremely important, but it’s what we do. It’s all in a day’s work.”
The end result is one which the client is delighted with after a team of five of Viero UK’s applicators spent almost two weeks on site bringing it all together.
Jason added: “It was a design challenge which really got our creative juices flowing and we were all fired up to deliver. The whole team enjoyed being a part of the project.”