Norwich University Building Wrap – Cavendish House
In connection with the new 3.1m development of the Norwich Arts University, Revolution were contracted to produce graphical panels for the external sections of Cavendish House in Norwich.
In partnership with Pentaco Construction and in the interim of the marble delivery from Italy, the high quality Italian marble effect was printed, produced and installed to the University building on St Andrews Street using 19mm SmartX panels. Each panel was cut and finished to the exact dimensions of the building by Revolution’s Zund G3 digital cutter.
Norwich University of the Arts (NUA) is to open a digital user research lab in October, in a new purpose-built ideas factory digital creative incubation centre at Cavendish House in St Andrews Street.
The £3.1m project will be funded by a £1.6m grant from the HEFCE Catalyst Fund, along with £200,000 of support from New Anglia LEP, and business partners in the Digital Creative business community.
Professor John Last, NUA’s vice chancellor said the project would serve as an “essential catalyst” for the digital creative sector.
“NUA is an importer of creative talent into the region, and we play a pivotal role in supporting the businesses in our sector,” he said.
“The digital user research lab will be a focus for digital creative business, enabling us to inspire designers of tomorrow and create economic mobility for regional business to access an international customer base.”