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Project Highlight: Richmond Heights High School

PROJECT HIGHLIGHT Richmond Heights School District Halls of inspiration Larger-than-life graphics remind students of all that's possible When it came time to break ground on a fresh, exciting new space for seventh- through 12th-graders, Richmond Heights School District' superintendent Dr. Renee T. Willis…  read more

Posted in: Branding, Highlight, Interior Signage  |  Tagged: Back-to-School, Branded space, dimensional letters, dimensional logo, Environmental Graphics, Ethos, Experiential Design, Experiential Graphics, Graphic Panels, Graphics, Higher Education, Partitions, Signage, Vinyl, Wallcovering, Window film

Project Highlight: Glenn Research Center

PROJECT HIGHLIGHT NASA Glenn Research Center Sky-high inspiration. Cleveland NASA campus adds research building befitting exploration, collaboration. Dramatic yet subtle Amplify custom window films display inspiring messaging and dramatic NASA technology imagery. When the NASA John H. Glenn Research…  read more

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Project Highlight: Bents Opera House

PROJECT HIGHLIGHT Bent's Opera House Bringing cosmopolitan sophistication to a historic rural landmark. At its opening in 1865, Bent's Opera House (Bent's) was a mixed-use destination ahead of its time. The three-story Medina Sandstone building offered three first-level storefronts, offices on the second,…  read more

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Project Profile: Ampirical

PROJECT PROFILE Ampirical Powering up. Takeform brings graphic concept to life for energy sector business. One Louisiana firm has made a mission of helping the energy industry power the U.S.—and Takeform helped them make their new HQ an energizing place to work. Based in Covington, Louisiana, Ampirical…  read more

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Project Highlight: Ellicott Street Garage

PROJECT HIGHLIGHT: 854 Ellicott Street Parking Garage Ramping up stress-free parking Takeform helps new downtown Buffalo garage guide people to multiple health facilities A growing cluster of Buffalo, N.Y., hospitals is bringing more employees and more visitors to the neighborhood—along with more…  read more

Posted in: ADA, Branding, Exterior Signage, Project Profiles  |  Tagged: ADA Compliance, ADA standards, Brand, Branded space, Directional Signage, Environmental Graphics, Graphic Panels, Graphics, Sign design, Signage, Vivid, Wayfinding, Window film

Six things to consider before you rebrand your healthcare space

Six things to consider... (before you rebrand your healthcare space.) These days, hospital systems can be vast and complex organizations with many kinds of facilities. So, when one embarks on a sweeping identity rebrand, well-designed graphic systems unify disparate sites. They create a comforting,…  read more

Posted in: Branding, Wayfinding  |  Tagged: Behavioral health, Brand, Branded space, community health, Environmental Graphics, Evidence-based design, Experiential Design, Experiential Graphics, Patient experience, Sign design, Signage, Theming, Wallcovering, Wayfinding, Window film

Project Highlight: M&T Tech Hub

PROJECT HIGHLIGHT M&T Tech Hub Buffalo tech sector's high-rise boost Takeform helps M&T Bank translate high concept into fresh vibe High-tech attitude. Dynamic floor plans. Vibrant décor. A landmark Buffalo, N.Y., skyscraper found a new purpose thanks to M&T Bank, whose $58 million investment…  read more

Posted in: ADA, Branding, Interior Signage, Wayfinding  |  Tagged: 3 Dimensional, Acrylic, ADA Compliance, ADA standards, Braille, Branded space, Corporate, dimensional letters, Directional Signage, Environmental Graphics, Experiential Design, Experiential Graphics, notice holder, room id, Signage, Vivid, Window film

Project Highlight: Foothill Ranch Health Center

PROJECT HIGHLIGHT Foothill Ranch Health Center Spa-like health center reflects welcome shift in care For design sensitivity, tricky logistics, and problem-solving prowess, A&D firms turn to Takeform. Picture this: you walk into an open, light-filled entrance tastefully decorated and staffed by greeters.…  read more

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Project Highlight: NextCorps

PROJECT HIGHLIGHT Nextcorps | Going up. Helping a startup hub remake a storied retail space for tomorrow's legends. What does a former department store have in common with a high-tech startup incubator? Both have high traffic. Both see new ideas and new products introduced with each passing season.…  read more

Tagged: 3 Dimensional, Acrylic, ADA Compliance, ADA standards, Braille, Brand, Branded space, dimensional letters, Environmental Graphics, Ethos, Experiential Design, Experiential Graphics, Graphics, Logos, notice holder, Restroom Signs, room id, Sign design, Signage, Vivid, Wallcovering, Window film