Bespoke designs & logos - Harvey Maria
Designs and logos are all the more interesting for being bespoke.
ALONGSIDE ‘striking patterns and authentic natural-effects’, Harvey Maria offers what it describes as ‘one-of-a kind’ custom-printed floors. Typically used to create transformative spaces and stunning features, its commissions have included Belfast’s Titanic Museum, where LVT reportedly dramatically depicted the ship’s design, launch and maiden voyage.
Bespoke Harvey Maria designs can be reproduced from artwork, an idea or an image, for an area of any shape, scale or size over 12m squared. Designs are encapsulated in a commercial grade wearlayer, suitable for high traffic areas, with options including portable designs for exhibitions and promotions.
Other Harvey Maria commissions include an A-Z map for Eleanor Palmer Primary School; an aerial visual of Bristol for M Shed museum, and a meadow-theme created in conjunction with British interior designer, Nina Campbell, for the BBC.
Harvey Maria’s Millennium Bridge project for MasterCard, with a note-and-coin design spanning the length of the Millennium Bridge, also showcased the scope of its bespoke designs.