Much like putting together a lego kit, using a brick cladding system is a clever way to fit-out multiple concept stores.
No wonder Trivision Shopfitting turned to the DuraBric brick cladding system to fit-out Lego Kaboom. Sitting side by side the new speciality Lego Kaboom stores are a delightful addition to Sydney and Adelaide airports. The latest down-under endeavour from international retail giant Lagardère Travel Retail.
From blank canvas…
Brisbane based Trivision Shopfitting is a leading designer, manufacturer and installer for store fit-outs. For this project, they chose Dura Tumbled panels as their blank canvas. The tumbled brick profile delivered the perfect backdrop for the store design. Which is not just colourful, but dynamic and exciting.
…to a riot of colour
Nestled among luxurious retail brands and trendy food spots Lego Kaboom is hard to miss. In contrast to its neighbours, the stores use bold areas of colour blocking decorated with giant stars. And quirky neon features project a brand full of life, as a result. A cheerful place of escapism for travellers. Overflowing with fun stuff for kids, small and big alike.
“More and more of our fake brick products are being used across stores owned by large retail chains,” remarks Jason Nolan. Owner and operator of the 100% Australian Made DuraBric brand. “It makes sense really, knowing that DuraBric panels will deliver the same consistent finish and performance. Even if each branded store has different suppliers completing the fit-outs.”
And it does make sense. DuraBric panels are lightweight and fast to install. Furthermore, they are easy to deliver anywhere in Australiasia. But the best part? Going from blank canvas to finished product is simple. It just requires a coat of paint and some imagination. Contact us for a quote or to request a sample today.