In a quest to differentiate from its competitors, the look and feel of each Barburrito restaurant was extremely important to the company. Therefore the restaurant needed a high-quality graphics display specialist that was keen to improve the current designs within stores and explore new and innovative ideas.
Leach designed and manufactured striking lightboxes which replaced digital screens traditionally used for the vibrant brand’s menu bulkhead.
Each lightbox was fitted with dimmer switches to control the brightness, and easily-interchangeable fabric graphics were produced to offer maximum flexibility - giving staff the ability to alternate and adapt the graphics themselves.
Feature wall vinyls that reflect the Barburrito brand have also been created by Leach’s innovative team. Following a trial at the Trafford Centre, Manchester – where the prints were applied to the restaurant’s bare concrete interior with a heat gun – three further vinyls were then installed within a 48-hour period at the Gateshead Metro Centre, Hammersmith, Cardiff and Queen Street, Glasgow.
New and exciting graphics have been unveiled at Barburrito’s Union Square restaurant in Aberdeen. The new POS displays provide an eye-catching addition within this popular restaurant space.
Similar menu lightboxes have also been installed at the Gordon Street Barburrito in Glasgow, providing the restaurant with high-quality graphics which capture customer attention.
Stunning wall vinyl graphics - installed across 5 sites, help create the brands fun and relaxing environment – as per the client brief.
I have been really pleased with the level of personal service, their communication and with the new displays we have progressed.
Scott Hale - Development Manager, Barburrito