VogueWall®offers a masonry alternative for McDonald’s restaurant

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  • 9 June 2017

A McDonald’s restaurant in Kellyville, NSW, required a stylish, affordable low-height masonry alternative front wall that matched the modern architectural design of the restaurant, with a short build schedule demanding a speedy installation.

VogueWall offers stylish front wall with rapid installation for new McDonald’s restaurant

McDonald’s often utilise VogueWall for its acoustics, but for this particular restaurant, the landscape design incorporated the product to define the front perimeter boundary line and create a masonry alternative low height wall to complement the overall architectural aesthetic, separating the car park from the sidewalk. The alternative design of a traditional rendered masonry wall would have cost twice as much and taken up to five times longer than a modular wall solution, for the same aesthetic outcome.

VogueWall offers stylish masonry alternative wall with rapid installation for McDonald’s Kellyville

Specified on the design of the new store by Richmond & Ross, a 1.2m high VogueWall with flush capping was utilised as an aesthetically-pleasing front boundary of the new store, with the installation and a painted finish completed in just 4 days. The VogueWall saved the client money, hassle, and – overall – time, enabling them to complete their project in a fifth of their original timeline.

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