VogueWall® offers stylish front wall with rapid installation for new McDonald’s restaurant
9 June 2017
A new McDonald’s restaurant in Kellyville, NSW, required a stylish, affordable low-height front wall that matched the modern architectural design of the restaurant, with a short build schedule demanding a speedy installation.
McDonald’s often utilise the 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.
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.