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Architectural Signs: Their Purpose, Where to Put Them, and Installation Guidelines



Signage that is attached to the overall design of infrastructure is architectural and is usually used to describe the various range of large exterior labels and signage. Examples are three-dimensional signs, creative metal custom signs, pylon signs, aluminum signs, and the like. The crucial aspect of these signs is maintaining the harmony between the design elements and their practicality. The signs shouldn’t be compromising the quality of material while major enhancements are applied to the layout and vice versa. Balance in both elements is necessary for good signage.

Architectural signage indeed does contribute to improving the overall appearance of large and tall infrastructure. Eye-catching signage would surely amplify the look and give life to the elements within it. These are also more convenient and excellent because they can withstand the factors of the external environment when they’re already exposed outside. Moreover, architectural signage needs to contain larger fonts and designs to ensure that the public notice them easily from afar. Regardless of whether the building is big or small, signages are a great way to make them stand out in their respective areas.

The Purpose of Using Architectural Signage

Brand awareness

Nothing beats a huge, custom made attractive display of your business signage in ensuring that the public can discover and is willing to know additional information about your services and products. Make sure that your signage doesn’t look chaotic for it will only confuse customers and replace their desire to try your services with disinterest.

Emphasis on the room

Other than marketing your brand to the public, a well-designed wall is a major influence on the totality of a particular space. You can choose to include positive words or words of affirmation or encouragement to maintain that calming and soothing feeling which can help improve your overall perception of the people around you,

Where to Put Architectural Signage

1. Inside your company rooms


Personalized signs could complement the motif of your interiors, so best if you incorporate design elements that perfectly match them. You can also transform the look of your empty walls with custom-made wall signs or ornaments that may bring life to the given space. Turn those blank areas into your canvas and showcase your creativity.

Say, your business is into unique and unconventional graphics and designs, you may opt to have a custom-made wallpaper that displays irregular shapes, a mixture of different colors, and extraordinary landscapes that are considered out of this world. These are also applicable to elevator doors or even the floors themselves where you wish to display artistic freedom.

2. Outside of the building

With the quality of the materials used in making architectural signage, it’s safe to say that they can withstand the harmful effects of the factors that usually cause damage to the surfaces of the signage. What’s even better is that you don’t have to maintain them from time to time.

With regards to cleaning, eliminating all kinds of dirt and stains is made possible with soap and water. It is still important to monitor the situation of the signage as they are a tool for the public to shape their perception of your business. That’s why it’s important to produce that good first impression as soon as they glance at the signage and read the contents.

3. Versatility and flexibility

A direct advantage of architectural signs is their versatility and flexibility. They can be manufactured according to your preferences. Would you prefer to have it blended with the overall appearance of the establishment or make the signage stand out instead? It’s entirely possible to do that since it suits well with the surroundings.

You may employ artistic elements to boost the total look of the building. You need to catch the attention of strangers and get them to patronize your services, but in order to do that, you have to explore ways to beautify and enhance the area’s image.

Installation Guidelines

As soon as newly-manufactured signage is ready, it is prepared for assembly. You don’t have to worry about having to close your business or any changes that may affect the overall look and feel of the building. Since it’s easier to assemble, then you will already have the signage displayed fast as possible.

The Bottom Line

Regardless of what type of infrastructure, architectural signage will surely boost brand awareness and familiarity with the location. People will also be reminded of your business due to visually appealing graphics and attractive signage that has surely caught their eye.

In addition, these types of signs can be attached outside or inside which makes them very flexible and durable, as well as suitable for most designs out there. They’re also way cheaper yet sturdy than other materials commonly utilized for signage making.










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