Stained Glass Window Film for St Cuthberts
This Catholic High school in St Helens, Merseyside, wanted to add Stained Glass Window Film as an impressive decorative feature to their chapel which was in-keeping with the schools Christian values and identity.
With a wide range of window films, window graphics and signage, ARC Window Films were more than able to assist. Following a site survey and meeting, it was decided that a bespoke printed stained glass window film would be an ideal solution.
Stained Glass Window Film
Working from initial concepts provided by the school, the ARC graphics team were able to produce a modern design which suited the schools requirements. This was then printed to an optically clear window film, and installed to the glazing by a team of experienced installers.
Using a printed window film rather than cut vinyl gives the appearance that it has been printed directly to the glass – with no visible edges which could receive attention from students. Superior in clarity than a printed vinyl, a stained glass window film allows natural light to enter, and also allows unhindered viewing through the glazing in the clear sections.
With a wide product range and unrivalled print capabilities, ARC Window Films can always find best solution to any requirement.
In addition to the works in the chapel the school also wanted a feature for its staircases which incorporated their new logo.
ARC Window Films installed a combination of perspex signage with printed frost window film over the glazing. The combination gives privacy to students, whilst allowing natural light to enter.
The schools logo and identity is now proudly on display to all users of the staircases.
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