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L'espace dynamique et graphique de Portes et Fenêtres Verdun

The dynamic and graphic space of Portes et Fenêtres Verdun

Fulfilling our clients' requests, even the most daring ones, is the best way to stimulate our creativity and push the limits of the IllicoTM System. And sometimes, our clients see in our system possibilities that test our know-how.

The assembly we did for Portes et Fenêtres Verdun is a good example of this. The mandate of the project was to create a modern and dynamic customer service area in a newly renovated space. This area was to be the nerve centre of this branch and it was necessary to design an installation that would set the tone as soon as you walked through the door. The company's new visual identity inspired this highly graphic space. The assembly concept, which was based on the schematic house image of the logotype, challenged us to create a sloping roof with a gable end at a height of eighteen feet.

A signage wall had to be integrated into this assembly, which included advertisements, pamphlets and other accessories to help the sales consultants. The zones were divided by means of dividing walls that have the advantage of being movable if necessary and even replaceable if the client wished to change the style. Finally, the final touch to the concept was the bright colour of the columns, the characteristic yellow of the company's image.

This project is an example of the countless possibilities offered by the IllicoTM System. One of the advantages of working with our modular system is its adaptability. The space in which it is installed does not require any special preparation, because it is the system that adapts to your space, not the other way around! Moreover, our installations can be modulated according to the needs of the users, guaranteeing you long-term efficiency. This entire project was designed and custom-built by RHO and painted by our team in our Montreal workshops.

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