Chelsea Flower Show

Perspex® acrylic has featured highly at the 2014 Chelsea Flower show once again as approved Perspex® acrylic fabricators Talbot Designs,

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Models Own – Nail Varnish

We worked with Hothouse IWG to help created this eye-catching pop-up shop display. Created from acrylic and polycarbonate, we created tooling for the threaded end and shouldered end to give a crystal clear finish.

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Charlotte Tilbury

We were asked to create these giant POS lipsticks and mascara props to be used in-store across Charlotte Tilbury’s growing chain of boutiques. We started with the life size products and worked out all the fabrication techniques and assembly steps

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Metamorphic Light Towers

We worked with lighting designer Adam Spinos from Look4deas to create this public art installation. As part of an inner city urban regeneration project in Bury town centre, funds were allocated to create this interactive feature that allowed the public

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The Siemens Crystal

As part of a Siemens initiative to make us all more aware of the impact we have on the environment, the building designed by Wilkinson Eyre, is the only building in the world to achieve the highest certification in both

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World’s First Acrylic Staircase

The London shop at 80 Jermyn Street was open from 1966 to 1986. Designed by Grima’s two brothers and sculptors Geoffrey Clarke and Brian Kneale, it featured the first perspex staircase ever built by Talbot Designs.

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