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"This allows for an infinite number of possibilities when deciding on a design"

Glass Manifestations.

Any large expanse of glass can be a danger with potential that people will not notice it. 'The Building Regulations 2000' require that glass is made apparent. Failure to do this could result in costly court action if an accident did occur. On a much more positive note, glass expanses hold many marketing and design opportunities.

Whilst building regulations do dictate where and when manifestation should appear, there are no set requirements as to how it should appear. This allows for an infinite number of possibilities when deciding on a design. As long as the design chosen provides a contrast between its appearance and that of the glass, it is serving its purpose by making the glass apparent, and with a wide range of films available it is possible to be creative with your finished installation.

Glass Manifestations
Glass Manifestations

Corporate Logo to Glass Applied Cut Vinyl

Glass Manifestations
Glass Manifestations

Corporate Logo to Etch Applied Cut Vinyl

Glass Manifestations
Glass Manifestations

Digitally Print Manifestation Colour Coded Design

Glass Manifestations
Glass Manifestations

Regulation Manifestation Mercedes Worcester

Solar Graphics - Manifestations
Solar Graphics - Manifestations

Solar Graphics - Manifestations Essex and London

Glass Manifestations
Glass Manifestations

Etch Glass Design Printed Elements

Glass Manifestations
Glass Manifestations

Digital Print Manifestations Complete Block-Out

Glass Manifestations
Glass Manifestations

Corporate Logo Etch Applied Cut Vinyl

Glass Manifestations
Glass Manifestations

Block Colour Manifestation Applied Cut-Vinyl

Glass Manifestations
Glass Manifestations

Digitally Printed Manifestation DDA Compliant

Glass Manifestations
Glass Manifestations

Borjois Paris Corporate Branding Design Cut-Vinyl Applied

Glass Manifestations
Glass Manifestations

The Shard Digitally Printed Design Corporate Manifestations