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(April 2008) posted on Wed Apr 23, 2008

Signmakers are elevating architectural signage to an art form.

By MaryKate Moran

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A different way of branding. That’s one way Reuven Rahamim, president of Accent Signage Systems (Minneapolis), describes architectural and ADA signage. One look at the signs in this gallery, and you can see what he means: They’re not just functional, they’re imaginative; they have style; they utilize unusual materials.

Done right, architectural signs become part of a building’s experience and act more as functional art than wayfinding placard. Take a look at what designers and fabricators can create when they collaborate on stunning, yet practical, projects.


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