Government regulated signage, interior building and waring signs.
Monument plaques, historical markers, memorial plaques.
Corporate logos, reception desks, clean interior signage.
Corporate logos, monument or building lettering, high end interior signage.
Large presence signs integrated to the environment and matched to your architecture
Historical district signage, vintage looking, extremely long lasting signs.
Office & room labels, maps, & directories.
Effective branding and marketing doesn’t stop with media and digital advertising! When a potential business partner, buyer, or client visits your building, the first impression is formed the moment they set foot on the property. So, what goes into creating architectural signs? There are three major aspects that come with creating a beautiful display or architectural sign for your brand.
Although it is necessary for architectural signs to be visibly attractive, that’s not the most important part! It’s important that your signage enhances the environment around it. The form should easily follow the function. Charles Eames, a famous industrial designer, once said, “Design depends largely on constraints.” We couldn’t agree more! Signs have their own single purpose to serve, and they are constrained by that purpose – they aren’t meant to be sculptures or designs!
Quality exterior architectural signs should be durable, while the interior signs should appear more elegant. SEI constructs the materials for our signage with close attention to details, with physical strength in mind. Unlike most types of signage, these signs won’t require nearly as much repair and maintenance down the road – which is better for your wallet, too!
When you work with SEI to create the perfect architectural signs for your business, you are partnering with a company that follows OSHA and ADA guidelines. Accessibility requirements carry a significance, specifically your physically disabled and visually impaired patrons and employees. If you display signage that isn’t compliant with the right guidelines, your company is at risk of receiving fines!