Leisure director David Wallace writes about using digital lighting, signage and artwork to stunning effect

Chapman Taylor Leisure Director David Wallace has written an insight paper in which he explores the benefits of using digital lighting, signage and artwork in the design of commercial buildings and the ways in which it is being employed to help create an optimum retail and leisure experience.

Retailers and developers are becoming increasingly likely to incorporate LED lighting, signage and displays, whether installing it in new developments or retrofitting existing ones.

The technology is used in many commercial environments as lighting, as a marketing asset and as a design statement. Chapman Taylor has embraced the possibilities afforded by LED technology to transform retail and leisure developments, using it in innovative and spectacular ways to create an environment to which visitors are drawn and kept entertained.

From extraordinary corridors wrapped in curved, surrounding LED walls to giant entertainment screens and social media displays, we have worldwide experience in using digital lighting and signage to stunning effect.

You can read more about David’s thoughts on the potential benefits of the technology by clicking here.

David Wallace (B.Arch. Dip. Arch, RIBA)

Director, London

David joined Chapman Taylor’s London studio as a Director in 2015 and leads our work in the leisure and hospitality sectors.

He has over 25 years’ experience working internationally in the cinema sector, as well as the fast-moving Chinese hospitality market.

He has an established track-record and reputation for good design with an ability to deliver projects on time and to budget.

Areas of expertise:

Leisure / Hospitality

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