The Imperial War Museum in London is the first in the family of five sites in the UK that are devoted to preserving and documenting the history of armed conflict around the world.
A collection of military objects, important historical documents as well as personal belongings of the men in action tell a dramatic and moving story.
A part of this important collection, dedicated to the War in Afghanistan was depicted through a display of photographs and personal items, with that campaign’s context being provided by the Vtec’s Rough Concrete Texture Panels. The display needed to be freestanding, three-dimensional, and able to incorporate multiple niches, containing documents, photographs and screens for video projections.
This meant that the choice of Vtec’s lightweight but robust Texture panels ensured that this impressive freestanding display could be quickly and safely constructed without erecting an expensive and permanent substructure, which would potentially alter the architecture of this important historical building.
Vtec Texture Panels are highly characterful, allowing you to capture a variety of moods across many diverse environments. With our consistent finish, you can add to the initial install years later or replicate the look across multiple locations achieving a long-lasting, harmonious atmosphere.
Hollywood themed Bowling Centre
Vtec's Rough Concrete Texture Wall Panels were used to accentuate walls in this newly opened Hollywood themed bowling centre.
Highly characterful and robust they create an instant visual impact in the areas and are perfect for applications with limited access for future maintenance.
Thriving Health Deli
The design of this thriving London Deli included Vtec Texture panels, which helped to create a rustic atmosphere that reflects the company ethos.
Lightweight and adaptable, they were easily installed around the corners, beams and other irregular shapes, blending perfectly with the existing surfaces.
Office designed for sensory appeal
Multiple products from Vtec Texture Range have been used in this Sheffield Office to create a playful atmosphere with employees mood and happiness being given as much consideration as the functionality of the space.