DESIGNED BY STUDIO SC
ONLY ONE NUMBER MATTERS
This was a major revamping of the hospital campus wayfinding and merging it with new construction. 1,000,000 square-foot facility. 0ver 10,000 signs. Big numbers, yes. But here is the one that counts; one happy client. That's the result when experienced teams and expert craftsmen align on a common goal.
CHILDREN'S RESEARCH CENTER
DESIGNED BY NBBJ
OUR OLD FRIEND NEON
We went back to our roots on this one (ok, so our roots happen to be made of glass tubes). We build every kind of sign, but neon? Oh yes, that's a special part of our history. The craftsmen on our fabrication team really brought it, making ten retro-styled neon signs for this highly visible and respected institute.
KEEP YOUR EYES ON THE ROAD (IF YOU CAN)
We took this clinic’s logo graphic and fabricated a multi-layered look with impact on Seattle's I-5 corridor. Working with Polyclinic's General Contractor, we cleverly concealed the electrical components behind glass for a floating effect. See what we did there? Neither can we.
Ballard, Issaquah, Seattle
DESIGNED BY JON BENTZ, BENTZ & ASSOCIATES
APPEARANCES CAN BE DECEIVING
The best complement you can pay about a hospital's appearance? That it doesn’t look like a hospital. This new state-of-the-art Issaquah facility has great architecture and light. We did every sign (garage signs, donor walls, exterior identifiers) in our collaboration with a seasoned environmental graphic designer.
DESIGNED BY ODIUM
LOOK MA, NO SEAMS
For us, it's all in the details. The monolithic signs we fabricated for this hospital have no seams and light beautifully. How'd we do that? Must have been inspired by Odium's wonderful design-intent drawings. The sign system we developed met design standards for Kaiser Permanente and also created in-house standards for future locations.