After moving into a new office in Glendale, California, Avery Dennison wanted to showcase the company’s unique collaborative culture. With the help of HOK, a global design, architecture, engineering and planning firm that specializes in transforming spaces, the Avery Dennison headquarters was completely revamped.
With break-out areas, a café and a 45,000 square foot amphitheater, the goal was for the redesigned office to inspire teamwork and creativity among employees. To bring the inspiration to life, the walls and windows were decorated with large-format images of products and graphics created with Avery Dennison vinyl films.
The job was completed in three days and all images were printed on a Roland XJ-640 printer. The Avery Dennison products used to create the graphics include MPI 1005 Supercast Easy Apply RS™ on the walls, MPI 1060 Transparent on the windows and DOL 1380 matte overlaminate for enhanced protection and durability.
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