The new Morgan Stanley, Mittal Children's Medical Centre is part of a plan to redevelop and modernise Great Ormond Street Hospital, increasing patient capacity by over a quarter.
The building designers wanted to transform the facade of the building by adding more colour having received feedback that the facade did not have the 'Wow Factor' and should be bright and bold. Solarshield worked with designers and the team at Great Ormond Street to enhance the facade with window film. After reviewing a number of different design options a barcode pattern was selected incorporating 3M's Dichroic Architectural Film. Dichroic is a dynamic multi-layer optical film which allows colours to shift when viewing from different angles, creating a magnificent shimmering effect.
Solarshield developed the bespoke design in-house with their graphic design team and supplied and installed the window film on site. Solarshield's Dichroic window film adds an exciting dimension to the new facade, reflecting light and colour into, and across the building.
Key Features of Dichroic Window Film
- Choice of Chill or Blaze finish
- Suitable for all window or glass application
- Clear, permanent, pressure sensitive adhesive film
- Non-adhesive versions are available
- Suitable for application in dynamic displays where glass colour enhancement is required